The Inter-relatedness of Gender Identity and Sexual Differentiation

Gender identity and sexual differentiation form a complex, interrelated paradigm involving genetic inheritance, internal and external physiology, endocrinology, neurological structure, sexual orientation, and socio-environmental factors. Before the 1950’s gender assignment at birth was a matter of ‘predominant sex’; in other words, dependent on the external genitalia, structure of gonads, and sex chromosomes (Cohen-Kettenis, 2005). In... Continue Reading →

Personal Sexual Techniques

Answer the following questions. What sexual techniques are familiar to you? What questions do you have about sexual techniques? What sexual techniques make you feel uncomfortable? I admit that I have always preferred the male-superior position. This position gives me the opportunity to direct our sexual activity during intercourse. I have been married to my... Continue Reading →

Effects of the Media’s Portrayal of Sexuality

What are the effects of the media’s portrayal of sexuality on adolescents’ sexual lives? What are some negative and some positive effects of the media’s portrayal of sexuality? How has the media’s portrayal of sexuality affected your life? The effects of the media’s portrayal of sexuality on adolescents’ sexual lives are multifaceted and complex, psychologically... Continue Reading →

Powered by WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: