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Summary

1. Exploring Human Sexuality: Past and Present. 2. Understanding Human Sexuality: Theory and Research. 3. Gender Development, Gender Roles, and Gender Identity. 4. Male Sexual Anatomy and Physiology. 5. Female Anatomy and Physiology. 6. Communicating and Enriching Your Sexuality. 7. Love and Intimacy. 8. Childhood and Adolescent Sexuality. 9. Adult Sexual Relationships. 10. Sexual Expression: Arousal and Response. 11. Sexual Orientation. 12. Pregnancy and Birth. 13. Contraception and Abortion. 14. Challenges to Sexual Functioning. 15. Sexually Transmitted Infections and HIV/AIDS. 16. Varieties of Sexual Expression. 17. Power and Sexual Coercion. 18. Sexual Images and Selling Sex.

Table of Contents

1 Exploring Human Sexuality: Past and Present
1(26)
HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A DIVERSE WORLD
3(3)
Only Human: What Is Sexuality?
3(1)
Why Are We Here? Goals for the Human Sexuality Course
3(1)
Sex Sells: The Impact of the Media
3(3)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Why Is Sexuality So Wrapped Up in Morality?
4(2)
THE EARLY EVOLUTION OF HUMAN SEXUAUTY
6(5)
Stand Up and Look Around: Walking Erect
6(1)
Sexuality in the Ancient Mediterranean
7(2)
Sexuality in Ancient Asia
9(2)
SEXUALITY FROM ST PAUL TO QUEEN VICTORIA
11(5)
Early Christianity-Chastity Becomes a Virtue
11(1)
The Middle Ages: Eve the Temptress, Mary the Virgin
12(1)
Islam: A New Religion
13(1)
HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A DIVERSE WORLD Women in Saudi Arabia
14(1)
The Renaissance: The Pursuit of Knowledge
14(1)
The Reformation: The Protestant Marital Partnership
15(1)
HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A DIVERSE WORLD Witchcraft and the Fear of Female Sexuality
15(1)
THE ENLIGHTENMENT AND THE VICTORIAN ERA
16(2)
The Enlightenment
16(1)
The Victorian Era
16(2)
PERSONAL VOICES Instruction and Advice for the Young Bride
17(1)
SEX IN AMERICAN HISTORY
18(6)
The Colonies: The Puritan Ethic
18(1)
The United States: Freedom-and Slavery-in the New World
18(1)
The 19th Century: Polygamy, Celibacy, and Comstock Laws
19(2)
HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A DIVERSE WORLD Sex in Black America
20(1)
The 20th Century: Sexual Crusaders and Sexologists
21(3)
CHAPTER REVIEW
24(1)
SUMMARY
24(1)
CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
25(1)
CHAPTER RESOURCES
25(2)
CHECK IT OUT Intimate Matters: A History of Sex in America
25(1)
INFOTRAC® COLLEGE EDITION
26(1)
WEB RESOURCES
26(1)
2 Understanding Human Sexuality: Theory and Research
27(34)
THEORIES ABOUT SEXUALITY
28(8)
Psychological Theories
29(4)
Biological Theory
33(1)
Sociological Theories
33(1)
Sociobiological Theories
34(1)
Feminist Theory
35(1)
Queer Theory
35(5)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES What Questions Would They Ask?
36(1)
SEXUALITY RESEARCH: PHILOSOPHERS, PHYSICIANS, SEXOLOGISTS
36(4)
SEXUALITY RESEARCHERS
40(10)
Iwan Bloch: The Journal of Sexology
40(1)
Albert Moll: Investigations Concerning the Libido Sexualis
40(1)
Magnus Hirschfeld: The Institute for Sexology
41(1)
Richard von Krafft-Ebing: Psychopathic Sexualis
41(1)
Havelock Ellis Studies in the Psychology of Sex
42(1)
Clelia Mosher: Important Female Questions
42(1)
Katharine Bement Davis: Defending Homosexuality
42(1)
Alfred Kinsey: Sexual Research Moves to the United States
43(2)
PERSONAL VOICES The Death of Alfred Kinsey
45(1)
Morton Hunt: Playboy Updates Dr. Kinsey
45(1)
William Masters and Virginia Johnson: Measuring Sex in the Laboratory
46(1)
Age-Specific Studies: Teens and Seniors
47(1)
Research Studies on Homosexuality
48(1)
Other Sexuality Studies
48(2)
SEX RESEARCH METHODS AND CONSIDERATIONS
50(2)
Case Studies
50(1)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Kiss and Tell
50(1)
Questionnaire versus Interview
51(1)
Direct Observation
51(1)
Participant Observation
51(1)
Experimental Methods
51(1)
Correlations
52(1)
PROBLEMS AND ISSUES IN SEX RESEARCH
52(1)
Ethical Issues
52(1)
Volunteer Bias
52(1)
Sampling Problems
53(1)
Reliability
53(1)
SEXUALITY RESEARCH ACROSS CULTURES
53(3)
HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A DIVERSE WORLD The Pfizer Global Study of Sexual Attitudes and Behaviors
55(1)
HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A DIVERSE WORLD Internet-Based Sexuality Research
56(1)
SEX RESEARCH IN THE FUTURE: BEYOND PROBLEM-DRIVEN RESEARCH
56(2)
CHAPTER REVIEW
58(1)
SUMMARY
58(1)
CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
59(1)
CHAPTER RESOURCES
59(2)
CHECK IT OUT Sex, Love, and Health in America
59(1)
INFOTRAC® COLLEGE EDITION
60(1)
WEB RESOURCES
60(1)
3 Gender Development, Gender Roles, and Gender Identity
61(39)
PRENATAL DEVELOPMENT: X AND Y MAKE THE DIFFERENCE
63(8)
Sexual Differentiation in the Womb
65(4)
Atypical Sexual Differentiation: Not Always Just X and Y
69(2)
GENDER ROLES AND GENDER TRAITS
71(5)
Girls Act Like Girls, Boys Act Like Boys
72(1)
Are Gender Roles Innate?
73(2)
Studying Gender
75(1)
WHAT DO WOMEN THINK? WHAT DO MEN THINK? Have You Ever Wanted to Be the Other Gender?
76(1)
GENDER ROLE THEORY
76(5)
Evolutionary Biology: Adapting to Our Environment
77(1)
Social Learning Theory: Learning from Our Environment
77(1)
Cognitive Development Theory: Age-State Learning
77(1)
Gender Schema Theory: Our Cultural Maps
78(1)
Gender Hierarchy Theories: Power and Subordination
78(3)
VARIETIES OF GENDER
81(8)
Masculinity: The Hunter
81(2)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES The River: Gender Stereotypes
82(1)
Femininity: The Nurturer
83(2)
Androgyny: Feminine and Masculine
85(1)
Transgenderism: Living as the Other Sex
85(2)
Transsexualism: When Gender and Biology Don't Agree
87(1)
Third Genders: Other Cultures, Other Options
88(1)
Asexualism: The Genetics but Not the Sex
89(1)
GENDER ROLE SOCIALIZATION FROM BABYHOOD THROUGH OLD AGE
89(7)
PERSONAL VOICES Toby: An Asexual Person
90(2)
Childhood: Learning by Playing
91(1)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Play Like a Boy! Play Like a Girl!
92(5)
Adolescence: Practice Being Female or Male
93(1)
Adulthood: Careers and Families
94(2)
The Senior Years
96(1)
DIFFERENT, BUT NOT LESS THAN: TOWARD GENDER EQUALITY
96(1)
CHAPTER REVIEW
97(1)
SUMMARY
97(1)
CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
98(1)
CHAPTER RESOURCES
98(2)
CHECK IT OUT Gender Diversity: Crosscultural Variations
98(1)
INFOTRAC® COLLEGE EDITION
99(1)
WEB RESOURCES
99(1)
4 Male Sexual Anatomy and Physiology
100(21)
THE MALE SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
102(10)
External Sex Organs
102(5)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Words for the Penis
102(1)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Penis Size and Male Anxiety
103(2)
PERSONAL VOICES Letters from Some Penises
105(1)
HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A DIVERSE WORLD ethnicity, Religion, and Circumcision
105(2)
Internal Sex Organs
107(3)
Other Sex Organs
110(1)
The Male Maturation Cycle
111(1)
MALE REPRODUCTIVE AND SEXUAL HEALTH
112(7)
Diseases of the Male Reproductive Organs
112(2)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Mens Sexual and Reproductive Health
113(1)
Other Conditions That Affect the Male Reproductive Organs
114(1)
Cancer of the Male Reproductive Organs
115(4)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Testicular Self-examination
116(1)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Testicular Cancer
117(2)
CHAPTER REVIEW
119(1)
SUMMARY
119(1)
CRITICALT HINKING QUESTIONS
119(1)
CHAPTER RESOURCES
120(1)
CHECK IT OUT The Male Body: A New Look at Men in Public and Private
120(1)
INFOTRAC® COLLEGE EDITION
120(1)
WEB RESOURCES
120(1)
5 Female Sexual Anatomy and Physiology
121(31)
THE FEMALE SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
122(10)
External Sex Organs
123(5)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Female Genital Self-Examination
123(2)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Words for the Vulva and Vagina
125(1)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Urinary Tract Infections
126(1)
HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A DIVERSE WORLD Female Genital Mutilation
127(1)
Internal Sex Organs
128(3)
PERSONAL VOICES Letters from Some Vulvas
129(2)
Other Sex Organs
131(1)
THE FEMALE MATURATION CYCLE
132(9)
Female Puberty
132(1)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Age of Menarche
133(1)
Menstruation
133(7)
WHAT DO WOMEN THINK? WHAT DO MEN THINK? What Do You Remember about Menstruation?
137(3)
Menopause
140(1)
FEMALE REPRODUCTV AND SEXUAL HEALTH
141(2)
PERSONAL VOICES To Shave or Not to Shave?
142(1)
Gynecological Health Concerns
143(1)
Cancer of the Female Reproductive Organs
144(6)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Feminine Hygiene
145(1)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Breast Self-Examination
146(4)
CHAPTER REVIEW 150
SUMMARY
150(1)
CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
150(1)
CHAPTER RESOURCES
151(1)
CHECK IT OUT The V Book: A Doctor's Guide to Complete Vulvovaginal Health
151(1)
INFOTRAC® COLLAGE EDITION
151(1)
WEB RESOURCES
151(1)
6 Communication Enriching Your Sexuality
152(23)
THE IMPORTANCE OF COMMUNICATION
154(10)
It Takes Some Learning to Communicate
155(3)
HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A DIVERSE WORLD I Love Peanut Butter!
155(3)
How Women and Men Communicate 156?
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Gossiping and Complaining
158(1)
Types of Communication: More Than Words
159(3)
PERSONAL VOICES Internet Romance
161(1)
Communicating More Effectively
162(2)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Being a More Effective Communicator
163(1)
CRITICISM: CAN YOU TAKE IT? (AND ALSO DISH IT OUT?)
164(4)
The Fine Art of Listening
164(3)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Communication Tools for Healthy Relationships
165(2)
Expressing Negative Feelings
167(1)
Accepting Criticism from Someone You Love
167(1)
Nonconstructive Communication: Don't Yell at Me!
167(1)
ENRICHING YOUR SEXUALITY
168(4)
Talking with Your Partner about Sex
168(1)
I Like You and I Like Myself
168(2)
WHAT DO WOMEN THINK? WHAT DO MEN THINK? Let's Talk about Sex
169(1)
What Do We Look for in a Partner?
170(1)
What Makes a Good Lover?
170(2)
PERSONAL VOICES The Ideal Man and Woman
171(1)
Enriching Your Sexuality: It's Not Mind Reading
172(1)
CHAPTER REVIEW
172(1)
SUMMARY
172(1)
CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
173(1)
CHAPTER RESOURCES
173(2)
CHECK IT OUT You Just Don't Understand: Women and Men in Conversation
173(1)
INFOTRAC® COLLEGE EDITION
174(1)
WEB RESOURCES
174(1)
7 Love and Intimacy
175(28)
WHAT IS LOVE?
177(1)
Love in Other Times and Places
177(1)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES What Does Love Have to Do with it?
177(1)
THE FORMS AND ORIGIN OF LOVE
178(4)
Romantic versus Companionate Love
178(1)
The Colors of Love: John Alan Lee
179(2)
PERSONAL VOICES Love in Song
180(1)
Love Triangles: Robert Sternberg
181(1)
CAN WE MEASURE LOVE?
182(1)
THEORIES: WHERE DOES LOVE COME FROM?
183(2)
Behavioral Reinforcement Theories
183(1)
Cognitive Theories
183(1)
Physiological Arousal Theories
184(1)
Evolutionary Perspectives
184(1)
LOVE FROM CHILDHOOD TO MATURITY
185(2)
Childhood
185(1)
Adolescence
186(1)
ADULT LOVE AND INTIMACY
187(8)
Attraction
187(3)
PERSONAL VOICES If You Love Something, Set It Free
188(2)
Attraction in Different Cultures
190(1)
Intimate Relationships
190(1)
Male and Female Styles of Intimacy
190(3)
HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A DIVERSE WORLD Good Looks or a Good Prospect? Cross-Cultural Studies
191(1)
PERSONAL VOICES In the Mens Locker Room
192(1)
Intimacy in Different Cultures
193(1)
Long-Term Love and Commitment
193(2)
PERSONAL VOICES Murray and Frances: A Tale of Committed Love
194(1)
Loss of Love
195(1)
LOVE, SEX, AND HOW WE BUILD INTIMATE RELATIONSHIPS
195(5)
Love and Sex
195(2)
WHAT DO WOMEN THINK? WHAT DO MEN THINK? Dating and Sex
196(1)
Developing Intimacy Skills
197(1)
The Dark Side of Love
198(2)
CHAPTER REVIEW
200(2)
SUMMARY
200(2)
CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
202(1)
CHAPTER RESOURCES
202(1)
CHECK IT OUT Love and Intimate Relationships: Journeys of the Heart
202(1)
INFOTRAC® COLLEGE EDITION
202(1)
WEB RESOURCES
202(1)
8 Childhood and Adolescent Sexuality
203(38)
STUDYING CHILDHOOD SEXUALITY
205(1)
BEGINNINGS: BIRTH TO AGE 2
206(1)
Physical Development: Fully equipped at Birth
206(1)
Psychosexual Development: Bonding and Gender Identification
207(1)
Sexual Behavior: Curiosity
207(1)
EARLY CHILDHOOD: AGES 2 TO 5
207(2)
Physical Development: Mastering Coordination
207(1)
Psychosexual Development: What It Means to Be a Girl or Boy
208(1)
Sexual Behavior: Curiosity and Responsibility
208(1)
Sexual Knowledge and Attitudes: Sex Is Different
209(1)
MIDDLE CHILDHOOD TO PR€T&IN: AGES 6 TO 12
209(6)
Physical Development: Puberty
209(1)
Psychosexual Development: Becoming More Private
209(1)
Sexual Behavior: Learning about the Birds and Bees
210(2)
HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A DIVERSE WORLD Childhood Sexuality among the Muria
210(2)
PERSONAL VOICES My Sex Life, Chapter One
212(1)
Sexual Knowledge and Attitudes: Our Sexual Scripts
212(2)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES What Do Children Want to Know, and What Are They Ready For?
213(1)
Sexuality and Relationships: What We Learn
214(1)
ADOLESCENCE: AGES 12 To 18
215(16)
Physical Development: Big Changes
216(2)
Psychosexual Development: Emotional Self-Awareness
218(2)
Sexual Behavior: Experimentation and Abstinence
220(6)
PERSONAL VOICES Experiences of First Intercourse
224(2)
Influences: Peers, Family, and Religion
226(1)
Contraception and Pregnancy: Complex Issues
227(4)
Sexually Transmitted Infections: Education and Prevention
231(1)
WHAT CHILDREN NEED TO KNOW: SEXUALITY EDUCATION
231(10)
Hygiene and Sex Education: Then and Now
231(1)
Evolving Goals of Sex education
232(1)
Why Sexuality Education Is Important
232(2)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Parents and Anxiety: Where Does It Come From?
233(1)
Sexuality Education Programs 233?
PERSONAL VOICES Why Don't You Talk about Sex?
234(2)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Is Sex Harmful to Minors?
236(1)
A Heterosexual Bias in Sexuality Education
236(2)
HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A DIVERSE WORLD Sexuality Education in Other Cultures
237(1)
Studying Effects and Results
238(1)
CHAPTER REVIEW
239(1)
SUMMARY
239(1)
CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
240(1)
CHAPTER RESOURCES
240(2)
CHECK IT OUT Ten Talks Parents Must Have with Their Children about Sex and Character
240(1)
INFOTRAC® COLLEGE EDITION
240(1)
WEB RESOURCES
240(1)
9 Adult Sexual Relationships
241
DATING: FUN OR SERIOUS BUSINESS?
242(2)
PERSONAL VOICES The Worst Pickup Lines Ever Heard
243(1)
Types of Dating and How Do We Meet?
244(1)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Marriages Made by Television
244(1)
Sexuality in Dating Relationships
245(3)
PERSONAL VOICES Sports and Virginity
247(1)
Dating after Divorce or Widowhood
248(1)
Interracial Dating
249(2)
WHAT DO WOMEN THINK? WHAT DO MEN THINK? What Were the First Things That Made You Realize You Wanted to Date Your Partner?
250(1)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Marriage and Black Women
251(1)
COHABITATION: INSTEAD OF OR ON THE WAY TO, MARRIAGE?
251(2)
MARRIAGE: HAPPY EVER AFTER?
253(7)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Eye-Rolling, Marriage, and Divorce
255(5)
Marital Sex Changes Over Time
255(2)
Having Children or Remaining Childless
257(1)
Marriages in Later Life
257(1)
Extramarital Affairs: "It lust Happened"
258(2)
Open Marriages: Sexual Adventuring
260(1)
SAME-SEX RELATIONSHIPS
260(3)
Sexuality in Same-Sex Relationships
260(1)
Same-Sex Marriage
261(2)
PERSONAL VOICES Same-Sex Marriage
262(1)
DIVORCE: WHOSE FAULT OR NO-FAULT?
263(4)
Why Do People Get Divorced?
264(2)
HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A DIVERSE WORLD Reasons for Divorce in Four Cultures
264(1)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Point-and-Click Divorce
265(1)
Divorce and Sex
266(1)
Adjusting to Divorce
266(1)
ADULT SEXUAL RELATIONSHIPS IN OTHER PLACES
267(6)
Courtship and Arranged Marriage
267(2)
HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A DIVERSE WORLD Arranged Marriage
268(1)
Cohabitation in Other Cultures
269(1)
Marriage: A Festival of Styles
269(2)
Extramarital Sex
271(1)
Divorce in Other Cultures
272(1)
CHAPTER REVIEW
273(2)
SUMMARY
273(1)
CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
274(1)
CHAPTER RESOURCES
275(2)
CHECK IT OUT The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work
275(1)
INFOTRAC® COLLEGE EDITION
275(1)
WEB RESOURCES
275
10 Sexual Expression: Arousal and Response 27(286)
HORMONES AND OUR SEXUAL BEHAVIOR
277(1)
ETHNICITY AFFECTS OUR SEXUALITY
278(1)
FREQUENCY OF SEXUAL BEHAVIORS
278(1)
STUDYING OUR SEXUAL RESPONSE
279(7)
Masters and Johnson's Four-Phase Sexual Response Cycle
279(6)
Other Models of Sexual Response
285(1)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Sexual Performance Scams
285(1)
ADULT SEXUAL BEHAVIORS
286(18)
Foreplay-The Prelude?
287(1)
Sexual Fantasy-Enhancement or Unfaithfulness?
287(4)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Sexual Expression on Spring Break
288(1)
WHAT DO WOMEN THINK? WHAT DO MEN THINK? The Best and Worst of Times
289(2)
Masturbation-A Very Individual Choice
291(3)
HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A DIVERSE WORLD Asian American Sexuality
291(3)
Manual Sex-A Safer Sex Behavior
294(1)
Oral Sex-Not So Taboo
295(3)
Heterosexual Sexual Intercourse
298(4)
HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A DIVERSE. WORLD Sex Is against the Law
299(3)
Same-Sex Sexual Techniques
302(2)
SEXUAL BEHAVIOR LATER IN LIFE
304(4)
PERSONAL VOICES The Best Sex I Ever Had
306(1)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Do Sexuality and Gray Hair Mix?
307(1)
SAFER-SEX BEHAVIORS
308(2)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Safer-Sex Behavior Guidelines
309(1)
CHAPTER REVIEW
310(2)
SUMMARY
310(1)
CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
311(1)
CHAPTER RESOURCES
312(2)
CHECK IT OUT Arousal: The Secret Logic of Sexual Fantasies
312(1)
INFOTRAC® COLLEGE EDITION
312(1)
WEB RESOURCES
312(1)
11 Sexual Orientation 313(36)
WHAT DETERMINES SEXUAL ORIENTATION?
314(4)
PERSONAL VOICES Defining Sexual Orientation
315(3)
Models of Sexual Orientation: Who Is Homosexual?
316(1)
Measuring Sexual Orientation: How Many Are We?
316(2)
WHY ARE THERE DIFFERENT SEXUAL ORIENTATIONS?
318(6)
Biological Theories: Differences Are Innate
319(2)
Developmental Theories: Differences Are Learned
321(2)
Sociological Theories: Social Forces at Work
323(1)
Interactional Theory: Biology and Sociology
323(1)
HOMOSEXUALITY AND HETEROSEXUALITY IN OTHER TIMES AND PLACES
324(4)
Homosexuality in History
324(2)
Homosexuality in Other Cultures
326(2)
HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A DIVERSE WORLD Being Young and Gay, Lesbian, or Bisexual in Different Cultures
326(2)
GAYS, LESBIANS, AND BISEXUALS THROUGHOUT THE LIFE CYCLE
328(8)
Growing Up Gay, Lesbian, or Bisexual
328(1)
Coming Out to Self and Others
329(2)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES A Model of Coming Out
330(1)
Life Issues: Partnering, Sexuality, Parenthood, Aging
331(4)
PERSONAL VOICES Same-Sex Parents
334(1)
Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Organizational Life
335(1)
HOMOPHOBIA AND HETEROSEXISM
336(4)
What Is Homophobia?
336(1)
Hate Crimes against Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Persons
337(1)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Gay Bashing and Hate Crimes
337(1)
Why Are People Homophobic?
338(1)
How Can We Combat Homophobia and Heterosexism?
339(1)
DIFFERENCES AMONG HOMOSEXUAL GROUPS
340(4)
Lesbians: Sexism Plus Homophobia
340(1)
Bisexuals: Just a Trendy Myth?
340(1)
Minority Homosexuals: Culture Shock?
341(3)
PERSONAL VOICES Where Do I Fit In?
342(2)
Same-Sex Behavior in Prison
344(1)
HOMOSEXUALITY IN RELIGION AND THE LAW
344(2)
Homosexuality and Religions
344(1)
Homosexuality and the Law
345(1)
BEYOND OUR ASSUMPTIONS: A FINAL COMMENT
346(1)
CHAPTER REVIEW
346(2)
SUMMARY
346(1)
CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
347(1)
CHAPTER RESOURCES
348(2)
CHECK IT OUT Before Stonewall: Activists for Gay and Lesbian Rights in Historical Context
348(1)
INFOTRAC® COLLEGE EDITION
348(1)
WEB RESOURCES
348(1)
12 Pregnancy and Birth 349(34)
FERTILITY
350(8)
Conception: The Incredible Journey
350(4)
PERSONAL VOICES Where Did I Come From?
352(2)
Early Signs of Pregnancy
354(1)
Pregnancy Testing: Confirming the Signs
355(1)
Sex Selection: Myth and Modern Methods
356(2)
HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A DIVERSE WORLD Is It a Boy or a Girl?
357(1)
INFERTILITY
358(6)
What Is Infertility?
358(1)
Options for Infertile Couples
359(5)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Possible Causes of Infertility
359(1)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Ethical, Legal, and Moral Issues Involved in Reproductive Technology
360(4)
A HEALTHY PREGNANCY
364(3)
The Prenatal Period: Three Trimesters
364(3)
PERSONAL VOICES Will You Father My Child?
365(2)
The Father's experience
367(1)
HEALTH CARE DURING PREGNANCY
367(3)
Exercise and Nutrition
367(1)
Drugs and Alcohol
368(1)
Pregnancy in Women over 30
369(1)
HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A DIVERSE WORLD Avoid the Sun?
369(1)
Sex during Pregnancy
370(1)
PROBLEMS IN THE PREGNANCY
370(3)
Ectopic Pregnancies
370(1)
Spontaneous Abortions
371(1)
Chromosomal Abnormalities
371(1)
Rh Incompatibility
372(1)
Toxemia
372(1)
CHILDBIRTH
373(4)
Preparing for Birth
374(1)
Birthplace Choices
374(1)
Inducing the Birth
374(1)
Birth Positions
374(1)
Stages of Childbirth
375(2)
PROBLEMS DURING BIRTHING
377(1)
Premature Birth: The Hazards of Early Delivery
377(1)
Breech Birth: Feet First into the World
378(1)
Stillbirth: Sad Circumstance
378(1)
Cesarean Section (C-Section) Delivery
378(1)
POSTPARTUM PARENTHOOD
378(2)
More Physical Changes for the Mother
379(1)
Postpartum Psychological Changes
379(1)
Sexuality for New Parents
379(1)
Breast-Feeding the Baby
379(1)
CHAPTER REVIEW
380(2)
SUMMARY
380(2)
CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
382(1)
CHAPTER RESOURCES
382(3)
CHECK IT OUT The Mother of All Pregnancy Books: The Ultimate Guide to Conception, Birth, and Everything in Between
382(1)
INFOTRAC® COLLEGE EDITION
382(1)
WEB RESOURCES
382(1)
13 Contraception and Abortion 383(44)
A HISTORY OF CONTRACEPTION
385(1)
HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A DIVERSE WORLD Herbal Lore and Contraception
386(1)
CHOOSING A METHOD OF CONTRACEPTION
386(2)
BARRIER METHODS: CONDOMS AND CAPS
388(3)
Condoms
388(3)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Nonoxynol-9: Harmful or Helpful?
390(1)
THE DIAPHRAGM
391(3)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES What to Use with Condoms
391(2)
WHAT DO WOMEN THINK? WHAT DO MEN THINK? What Do You Think: about Your Method of Birth Control?
393(1)
THE CONTRACEPTIVE SPONGE
394(1)
THE CERVICAL CAPS
395(1)
LEA'S SHIELD
396(1)
HORMONAL METHODS FOR WOMEN: THE PILL, THE PATCH, AND MORE
396(8)
Combined-Hormone Methods
397(5)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES What to Do if You Forget
398(2)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Drugs and Herbs That Interact with Oral Contraceptives
400(2)
Progestin-Only Methods
402(2)
CHEMICAL METHODS FOR WOMEN: SPERMICIDES
404(1)
INTRAUTERINE METHODS FOR WOMEN: IUDs AND IUSs
405(2)
NATURAL METHODS FOR WOMEN AND MEN
407(2)
Natural Family Planning and Fertility Awareness
407(1)
Withdrawal
408(1)
Abstinence
409(1)
PERMANENT (SURGICAL) METHODS
409(2)
Female Sterilization
409(1)
Male Sterilization
410(1)
CONTRACEPTION FOR MEN: WHAT'S AHEAD?
411(1)
INEFFECTIVE METHODS: DOUNT COUNT ON IT!
411(1)
EMERGENCY CONTRACEPTION
412(1)
CONTRACEPTION IN THE FUTURE
412(1)
THE ABORTION DEBATE
413(1)
HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON ABORTION
414(2)
PERSONAL VOICES An Illegal Abortion
415(1)
Attitudes toward Abortion
415(1)
Legal versus Illegal Abortions
415(1)
TYPES OF ABORTIONS
416(2)
Abortion Procedures
416(1)
First-Trimester Abortion
416(1)
Second-Trimester Abortion
417(1)
NEWER (NONSURGICAL) DEVELOPMENTS
418(1)
RU-
486
Methotrexate
419(1)
WHY DO WOMEN HAVE ABORTIONS?
419(1)
HOW DO WOMEN REACT TO ABORTION?
419(2)
Physiological Symptoms
419(1)
Psychological Symptoms
420(2)
PERSONAL VOICES Having an Abortion: Stacy's Story
421(1)
TEENS AND ABORTION
421(1)
HOW PARTNERS REACT TO ABORTION
422(1)
PERSONAL VOICES Searching for Comfort
422(1)
CROSS-CULTURAL ASPECTS OF ABORTION
423(1)
CHAPTER REVIEW
423(3)
SUMMARY
423(2)
CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
425(1)
CHAPTER RESOURCES
426(2)
CHECK IT OUT Devices & Desires: 4 History of Contraceptives in America
426(1)
INFOTRAC® COLLEGE EDITION
426(1)
WEB RESOURCES
426(1)
14 Challenges to Sexual Functioning 427(33)
WHAT IS SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION?
428(3)
WHAT DO WOMEN THINK? WHAT DO MEN THINK? Sexual Problems
429(1)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Women and Sexual Dysfunction
430(1)
Are All Sexual Problems Sexual Dysfunctions?
430(1)
Psychological Factors in Sexual Dysfunction
430(1)
Physical Factors in Sexual Dysfunction
431(1)
SEXUAL DYSFUNCTIONS: WHAT THEY ARE, WHAT CAUSES THEM, AND HOW WE TREAT THEM
431(2)
Categorizing the Dysfunctions
431(1)
Treating Dysfunctions
432(1)
HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A DIVERSE WORLD Treating Sexual Dysfunction in Other Cultures
433(1)
SEXUAL DESIRE DISORDERS
433(4)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Sex Therapy
434(3)
Hypoactive Sexual Desire
434(1)
Sexual Aversion
435(1)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES What is an Aphrodisiac?
436(1)
SEXUAL AROUSAL DISORDERS
437(3)
Female Sexual Arousal Disorder
437(1)
Male Erectile Disorder
437(3)
ORGASM DISORDERS
440(4)
Female Orgasmic Disorder
441(1)
Male Orgasmic Disorder
442(1)
Premature Ejaculation
442(1)
Retarded Ejaculation
443(1)
PAIN DISORDERS
444(1)
Vaginismus
444(1)
Dyspareunia and Vulvodynia
445(1)
OTHER SEXUAL PROBLEMS
445(1)
Faking Orgasms
446(1)
Sleep Sex
446(1)
Peyronie's Disease
446(1)
OTHER TREATMENTS FOR SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION
446(1)
Bibliotherapy
446(1)
Hypnosis
447(1)
Drugs
447(1)
ILLNESS, DISABILITY, AND SEXUAL FUNCTIONING
447(9)
PERSONAL VOICES I Want Sex-Just Like You
448(9)
Cardiovascular Problems: Heart Disease and Stroke
448(2)
Cancer: "The Big C"
450(2)
Chronic Illness and Chronic Pain
452(1)
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
453(1)
Diabetes
453(1)
Multiple Sclerosis
453(1)
Alcoholism
453(1)
Spinal Cord Injuries
454(1)
AIDS and HIV
455(1)
Mental Illness and Retardation: Special Issues
455(1)
PERSONAL VOICES Stories of Love among the Disabled
456(1)
GETTING THE HELP YOU NEED
456(1)
CHAPTER REVIEW
457(2)
SUMMARY
457(1)
CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
458(1)
CHAPTER RESOURCES
459(2)
CHECK IT OUT The Couple's Disease: Finding a Cure for Your "Lost" Love Life
459(1)
INFOTRAC® COLLEGE EDITION
459(1)
WEB RESOURCES
459(1)
15 Sexually Transmitted Infections and HIV/AIDS 460(38)
ATTITUDES AND SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTION
461(19)
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS
462(3)
Ectoparasitic Infections: Pubic Lice and Scabies
465(1)
Bacterial Infections: Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Chlamydia, and More
466(9)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES The Lost Children of Rockdale County
471(2)
WHAT DO WOMEN THINK? WHAT DO MEN THINK? What Would You Do If Your Partner Told You He or She Had a STI?
473(2)
Viral Infections: Herpes, Human Papillomavirus, and Hepatitis
475(5)
PUBIC INFLAMMATORY DISEASE
480(1)
THE HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS (HIV) AND ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME (AIDS)
481(10)
Incidence
483(1)
Knowledge and Attitudes about AIDS
484(2)
Symptoms
486(1)
Diagnosis
487(1)
Treatment
487(2)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Microbicides: New Barriers against HIV
488(1)
Prevention
489(1)
Families and AIDS
490(1)
CROSS-CULTURAL ASPECTS OF AIDS
491(3)
Asia and the Pacific
491(1)
Europe and Central Asia
492(1)
Sub-Saharan Africa
492(1)
Latin America and the Caribbean
492(1)
The Middle East and North Africa
493(1)
Other Issues
493(1)
PREVENTING STIs AND AIDS
494(1)
CHAPTER REVIEW
494(3)
SUMMARY
494(2)
CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
496(1)
CHAPTER RESOURCES
497(2)
CHECK IT OUT AIDS Update 2003: An Annual Overview of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
497(1)
INFOTRAC® COLLEGE EDITION
497(1)
WEB RESOURCES
497(1)
16 Varieties of Sexual Expression 498(29)
WHAT IS "TYPICAL" SEXUAL EXPRESSION?
499(2)
WHAT DO WOMEN THINK? WHAT DO MEN THINK? What Is "Kinky"?
500(1)
PARAPHILIAS: MOVING FROM EXOTIC TO DISORDERED
501(21)
Theories about Where Paraphilias Begin
503(2)
Describing the Paraphilias
505(14)
PERSONAL VOICES The Story of a Rubber Fetishist
506(4)
PERSONAL VOICES Reactions to an Obscene Telephone Caller
510(3)
PERSONAL VOICES A Cross-Dresser and His (Her?) Wife
513(3)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Megan's Law
516(1)
PERSONAL VOICES Pedophilia: An Autobiography
517(2)
Assessing and Treating Paraphilias
519(3)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Other Paraphilias
519(3)
VARIATIONS IN SEXUAL FREQUENCY
522(2)
Hypersexuality: Does Obsession Imply Addiction?
522(1)
Hyposexuality: Lacking Desire and Avoiding Sex
523(1)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Internet Sexual Addiction
523(1)
VARIATIONS, DEVIATIONS, AND WHO GETS TO DECIDE?
524(1)
CHAPTER REVIEW
524(2)
SUMMARY
524(1)
CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
525(1)
CHAPTER RESOURCES
526(2)
CHECK IT OUT Out of the Shadows: Understanding Sexual Addiction
526(1)
INFOTRAC® COLLEGE EDITION
526(1)
WEB RESOURCES
526(1)
17 Power and Sexual Coercion 527(32)
RAPE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT
528(2)
Defining Rape and Sexual Assault
528(1)
Incidence and Reporting of Rape
529(1)
THEORIES AND ATTITUDES ABOUT RAPŁ
530(3)
Rapist Psychopathology: A Disease Model
530(1)
Victim Precipitation Theory: Blaming the Victim
531(1)
Feminist Theory: Keeping Women in Their Place
531(1)
Sociological Theory: Balance of Power
531(1)
Measuring Attitudes about Rape
532(1)
Gender Differences in Attitudes about Rape
532(2)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Date Rape Drugs
532(1)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES What to Do If You Are Raped
533(1)
RAPE IN DIFFERENT CULTURES
533(1)
RAPE ON CAMPUS
534(3)
Alcohol and Rape
535(1)
Fraternities and Rape
536(1)
Athletes and Rape
536(1)
EFFECTS OF RAPE
537(4)
Rape Trauma Syndrome
537(2)
PERSONAL VOICES Acquaintance Rape
538(1)
Silent Rape Reaction
539(1)
Rape of Partners and Other Special Populations
539(1)
How Partners React to Rape
540(1)
WHEN MEN ARE RAPE VICTIMS
541(1)
Rape of Men by Women
541(1)
Rape of Men by Men
541(1)
Prison Rape
542(1)
THE RAPIST
542(1)
Treating the Rapist
543(1)
REPORTING A RAPE
543(2)
Telling the Police
543(1)
Pressing Charges
544(1)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Questioning the Victim-Was He Asking for it?
544(1)
Going to Court
545(1)
AVOIDING RAPE
545(1)
Avoidance Strategies
545(1)
Rapist Typology and Avoiding a Rape
545(1)
SEXUAL ABUSE OF CHILDREN
546(1)
Incidence of Child Sexual Abuse
546(1)
Victims of Sexual Abuse
547(1)
HOW SEXUAL ABUSE AFFECTS CHILDREN
547(2)
Psychological and Emotional Reactions
548(1)
Long-Term Effects
548(1)
PERSONAL VOICES Confronting the Incest Offender
549(1)
WHO ABUSES CHILDREN, AND WHY?
549(1)
Who Are the Sexual Abusers?
549(1)
The Development of a Sexual Abuser
550(1)
TREATING SEXUAL ABUSE
550(1)
Helping the Victims Heal
550(1)
Treating Abusers
550(1)
Preventing Child Sexual Abuse
551(1)
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
551(2)
Defining Domestic Violence and Coercion
551(2)
PERSONAL VOICES Why Women Stay
552(1)
PERSONAL VOICES Domestic Violence in Lesbian Relationships
553(1)
Preventing Domestic Violence
553(1)
SEXUAL HARASSMENT
553(2)
Incidence and Reporting of Harassment
554(1)
Preventing Sexual Harassment
555(1)
CHAPTER REVIEW
555(3)
SUMMARY
555(2)
CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
557(1)
CHAPTER RESOURCES
558(2)
CHECK IT OUT The Sexual Healing Journey; A Guide for Survivors of Sexual Abuse
558(1)
INFOTRAC® COLLEGE EDITION
558(1)
WEB RESOURCES
558(1)
18 Sexual Images and Selling Sex 559(38)
SEXUAL IMAGES
560(1)
EROTIC REPRESENTATIONS IN HISTORY
561(1)
The Invention of Pornography
561(1)
SEXUALITY IN THE MEDIA AND THE ARTS
562(8)
Erotic Literature: The Power of the Press
562(1)
Television and Film: Stereotypes, Sex, and the Decency Issue
563(5)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES How Do Movies Rate?
568(1)
Advertising: Sex Sells and Sells
568(1)
Other Media: Music Videos, Virtual Reality, and More
569(1)
GRAPHIC IMAGES: PORNOGRAPHY AND THE PUBLIC'S RESPONSE
570(8)
Defining Obscenity: "Banned in Boston"
570(4)
PERSONAL VOICES I Want to Be a Porn Star!
572(2)
The Pornography Debates: Free Speech and Censorship
574(2)
Studies on Pornography and Harm
576(1)
What the Public Thinks about Pornography
577(1)
SELLING SEX
578(1)
Defining Prostitution
578(1)
SEX FACTS & FANTASIES Defining Prostitution
578(1)
Sociological Aspects of Prostitution
579(1)
THE PROSTITUTE
579(7)
Female Prostitutes
580(3)
HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A DIVERSE WORLD Female Prostitution in Australia
581(2)
PERSONAL VOICES Male Prostitution
583(1)
Male Prostitutes
583(2)
PERSONAL VOICES Adolescent Prostitution
585(1)
Adolescent Prostitutes
585(1)
OTHER PLAYERS IN THE BUSINESS
586(3)
The Pimp
586(1)
The Client
586(1)
The Government: Prostitution and the Law
587(3)
WHAT DO WOMEN THINK? WHAT DO MEN THINK? Prostitution
588(1)
PROSTITUTION AND SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS
589(1)
LIFE AFTER PROSTITUTION
590(1)
PROSTITUTION IN OTHER CULTURES
590(3)
HUMAN SEXUALITY IN A DIVERSE WORLD In Their Own Words
591(1)
WHAT DO WOMEN THINK? WHAT DO MEN THINK? Strip Clubs
592(1)
CHAPTER REVIEW
593(2)
SUMMARY
593(1)
CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
594(1)
CHAPTER RESOURCES
595(2)
CHECK IT OUT The Erotic History of Advertising
595(1)
INFOTRAC® COLLEGE EDITION
595(1)
WEB RESOURCES
595(2)
Notes 597(2)
References 599(36)
Name Index 635(6)
Subject Index 641


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