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Human Sexuality : Diversity in Contemporary America

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11/21/2006
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Summary

Human Sexuality: Diversity in Contemporary Americais a pioneering text in many ways. The first text to achieve a full integration of cutting-edge research with a contemporary"sex-positive"approach, it also strives to represent the modern, diverse world that students encounter outside the classroom. Both within the text itself and throughout the exemplary art and photo program, the focus is on inclusion. Written by leading sexuality researchers who are also experienced teachers of the human sexuality course, Human Sexuality has been lauded by students and instructors alike for providing the most integrated and non-judgmental view of sexual orientation available. This modern theme, along with the thorough coverage of sexuality and the media, engaging writing style, and biopsychosocial orientation, make the text a perennial best-seller. The new sixth edition builds on these strengths and adds updated information, a new design, and a highly crafted resource program to make the book more useful than ever.

Table of Contents

Preface xxv
To the Reader xxxv
Perspectives on Human Sexuality
1(27)
Sexuality, Popular Culture, and the Media
2(12)
Media Portrayals of Sexuality
3(3)
Television
6(4)
Feature-Length Films
10(1)
Gay Men, Lesbian Women, Bisexual, and Transgendered People in Film and Television
10(1)
Online Sexual Activities and Dial-a-Porn
11(2)
Practically Speaking The Web of Cybersex
13(1)
Sexuality Across Cultures and Times
14(5)
Sexual Interests
15(1)
Sexual Orientation
16(1)
Gender
17(2)
Societal Norms and Sexuality
19(9)
Natural Sexual Behavior
19(1)
Think About It Am I Normal?
20(1)
Normal Sexual Behavior
20(1)
Think About It Declaration of Sexual Rights
21(2)
Sexual Behavior and Variations
23(1)
Think About It My Genes Made Me Do It: Sociobiology, Evolutionary Psychology, and the Mysteries of Love
24(1)
Final Thoughts
25(1)
Summary
25(1)
Questions for Discussion
26(1)
Sex and the Internet
27(1)
Suggested Web Sites
27(1)
Suggested Reading
27(1)
Studying Human Sexuality
28(40)
Sex, Advice Columnists, and Pop Psychology
30(3)
Information and Advice as Entertainment
30(1)
Think About It Campus Newspaper Sex Advice Columns: Education or Entertainment?
31(1)
The Use and Abuse of Statistics
31(1)
Practically Speaking Evaluating Pop Psychology
32(1)
Thinking Critically About Sexuality
33(3)
Value Judgments Versus Objectivity
33(1)
Opinions, Biases, and Stereotypes
34(1)
Confusing Attitudes and Behaviors
35(1)
Common Fallacies: Egocentric and Ethnocentric Thinking
35(1)
Sex Research Methods
36(7)
Research Concerns
37(1)
Clinical Research
38(1)
Survey Research
39(1)
Practically Speaking Answering a Sex Research Questionnaire: The Sexual Opinion Survey
40(2)
Observational Research
42(1)
Experimental Research
42(1)
The Sex Researchers
43(6)
Richard von Krafft-Ebing
44(1)
Sigmund Freud
44(1)
Havelock Ellis
45(1)
Alfred Kinsey
46(2)
William Masters and Virginia Johnson
48(1)
Contemporary Research Studies
49(5)
The National Health and Social Life Survey
50(1)
The National Survey of Family Growth
51(1)
The Youth Risk Behavior Survey
52(1)
The National College Health Assessment
53(1)
Emerging Research Perspectives
54(4)
Feminist Scholarship
54(1)
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Research
55(2)
Directions for Future Research
57(1)
Ethnicity and Sexuality
58(10)
African Americans
58(2)
Latinos
60(1)
Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders
61(3)
Final Thoughts
64(1)
Summary
64(2)
Questions for Discussion
66(1)
Sex and the Internet
66(1)
Suggested Web Sites
66(1)
Suggested Reading
67(1)
Female Sexual Anatomy, Physiology, and Response
68(37)
Female Sex Organs: What Are They For?
69(11)
External Structures (the Vulva)
71(1)
Internal Structures
72(1)
Practically Speaking Performing a Gynecological Self-Examination
73(4)
Practically Speaking Maintaining Vaginal Health
77(1)
Other Structures
78(1)
The Breasts
79(1)
Female Sexual Physiology
80(11)
Reproductive Hormones
82(1)
The Ovarian Cycle
82(2)
The Menstrual Cycle
84(2)
Practically Speaking Sexual Health Care: What Do Women Need?
86(5)
Female Sexual Response
91(14)
Practically Speaking Menstrual Health Care
92(1)
Sexual Response Models
92(1)
Desire: Mind or Matter?
93(5)
Think About It the Role of Orgasm
98(1)
Experiencing Sexual Arousal
99(2)
Final Thoughts
101(1)
Summary
101(2)
Questions for Discussion
103(1)
Sex and the Internet
103(1)
Suggested Web Sites
103(1)
Suggested Reading
104(1)
Male Sexual Anatomy, Physiology, and Response
105(23)
Male Sex Organs: What are They For?
106(7)
External Structures
106(2)
Think About It the Penis: More Than Meets the Eye
108(2)
Internal Structures
110(2)
The Breasts and Anus
112(1)
Male Sexual Physiology
113(9)
Sex Hormones
113(3)
Practically Speaking Sexual Health Care: What Do Men Need?
116(1)
Spermatogenesis
117(1)
Semen Production
118(1)
Homologous Organs
119(1)
Think About It the Sexual and Reproductive Health Needs of Men: A Global Perspective
120(2)
Male Sexual Response
122(1)
Erection
122(6)
Ejaculation and Orgasm
122(2)
Practically Speaking Can an Erection Be Willed?
124(1)
Final Thoughts
125(1)
Summary
125(1)
Questions for Discussion
126(1)
Sex and the Internet
126(1)
Suggested Web Sites
126(1)
Suggested Reading
126(2)
Gender and Gender Roles
128(33)
Studying Gender and Gender Roles
130(5)
Sex, Gender, and Gender Roles: What's the Difference?
130(1)
Sex and Gender Identity
131(2)
Masculinity and Femininity: Opposites or Similar?
133(1)
Gender and Sexual Orientation
134(1)
Gender Theory
134(1)
Gender-Role Learning
135(7)
Theories of Socialization
135(2)
Gender-Role Learning in Childhood and Adolescence
137(4)
Gender Schemas: Exaggerating Differences
141(1)
Contemporary Gender Roles
142(5)
Traditional Gender Roles
142(3)
Changing Gender Roles
145(1)
Androgyny
146(1)
When Gender is Ambiguous: Intersexuality, Transsexuality, and Transgenderism
147(14)
Intersexuality: Atypical Chromosomal and Hormonal Conditions
147(3)
Think About It a New Approach to Addressing Intersex
150(4)
Gender Identity Disorder
154(1)
Transsexuality
154(1)
The Transgender Phenomenon
155(1)
Think About It Gender Reassignment
156(2)
Final Thoughts
158(1)
Summary
158(1)
Questions for Discussion
159(1)
Sex and the Internet
160(1)
Suggested Web Sites
160(1)
Suggested Reading
160(1)
Sexuality in Childhood and Adolescence
161(28)
Sexuality in Infancy and Childhood (Ages 0 to 11)
162(4)
Infancy and Sexual Response (Ages 0 to 2)
163(1)
Childhood Sexuality (Ages 3 to 11)
163(2)
The Family Context
165(1)
Sexuality in Adolescence (Ages 12 to 19)
166(23)
Psychosexual Development
166(8)
Adolescent Sexual Behavior
174(2)
Think About It the ``Origins'' of Homosexuality
176(2)
Teenage Pregnancy
178(4)
Sexuality Education
182(1)
Think About It Reducing Teenage Pregnancy
183(1)
Think About It Teaching Abstinence in a Non-Abstinent World
184(2)
Final Thoughts
186(1)
Summary
186(1)
Questions for Discussion
187(1)
Sex and the Internet
187(1)
Suggested Web Sites
187(1)
Suggested Reading
188(1)
Sexuality in Adulthood
189(32)
Sexuality in Early Adulthood
190(16)
Developmental Concerns
191(1)
Think About It Life Behaviors of a Sexually Healthy Adult
192(1)
Establishing Sexual Orientation
193(3)
Think About It Bisexuality: The Nature of Dual Attraction
196(2)
Being Single
198(5)
Think About It Common Misconceptions About Homosexuality
203(1)
Cohabitation
204(2)
Sexuality in Middle Adulthood
206(5)
Developmental Concerns
206(1)
Sexuality in Established Relationships
207(1)
Divorce and After
208(3)
Sexuality in Late Adulthood
211(10)
Developmental Concerns
211(1)
Stereotypes of Aging
212(1)
Sexuality and Aging
213(4)
Think About It What Physicians (and the Rest of Us) Need to Know About Sexuality and Aging
217(1)
Final Thoughts
218(1)
Summary
218(1)
Questions for Discussion
219(1)
Sex and the Internet
219(1)
Suggested Web Sites
220(1)
Suggested Reading
220(1)
Love and Communication in Intimate Relationships
221(41)
Friendship and Love
224(1)
Love and Sexuality
224(4)
Sex Outside of Committed Relationships
226(1)
Men, Women, Sex, and Love
226(1)
Love Without Sex: Celibacy as a Choice
227(1)
How Do I Love Thee? Approaches and Attitudes Related to Love
228(7)
Styles of Love
228(1)
The Triangular Theory of Love
229(3)
Love as Attachment
232(2)
Think About It the Science of Love
234(1)
Unrequited Love
235(1)
Jealousy
235(6)
Think About It Eleven Cultures Examine Love and Marriage
236(1)
Defining Jealousy
236(2)
Think About It the Web of Deception and How It Affects Relationships
238(1)
Managing Jealousy
239(1)
Extramarital Sex
239(2)
Making Love Last: From Passion to Intimacy
241(2)
Practically Speaking Lessons from the Love Lab
242(1)
The Nature of Communication
243(5)
The Cultural Context
244(1)
The Social Context
245(1)
The Psychological Context
245(1)
Nonverbal Communication
245(3)
Sexual Communication
248(4)
Sexual Communication in Beginning Relationships
248(2)
Sexual Communication in Established Relationships
250(2)
Developing Communication Skills
252(3)
Talking About Sex
252(1)
Think About It Communication Patterns and Partner Satisfaction
253(2)
Conflict and Intimacy
255(7)
Sexual Conflicts
255(1)
Conflict Resolution
256(1)
Think About It Ten Rules for Avoiding Intimacy
257(1)
Final Thoughts
258(1)
Summary
258(2)
Questions for Discussion
260(1)
Sex and the Internet
260(1)
Suggested Web Sites
261(1)
Suggested Reading
261(1)
Sexual Expression
262(40)
Sexual Attractiveness
264(6)
A Cross-Cultural Analysis
264(2)
Evolutionary Mating Perspectives
266(1)
Views of College Students
267(1)
Women's Body Ratios
268(1)
The Halo Effect Revisited
269(1)
Sexual Desire
269(1)
Practically Speaking Sexual Desire: When Appetites Differ
270(1)
Sexual Scripts
270(3)
Cultural Scripting
272(1)
Intrapersonal Scripting
272(1)
Interpersonal Scripting
273(1)
Autoeroticism
273(13)
Sexual Fantasies and Dreams
274(2)
Masturbation
276(6)
Think About It Masturbation: From Sin to Insanity
282(2)
Practically Speaking Assessing Your Attitude Toward Masturbation
284(2)
Sexual Behavior with Others
286(16)
Touching
286(3)
Kissing
289(1)
Think About It a Couple Has Sex When They . . .?
290(1)
Oral-Genital Sex
290(5)
Sexual Intercourse
295(3)
Anal Eroticism
298(1)
Final Thoughts
299(1)
Summary
299(1)
Questions for Discussion
300(1)
Sex and the Internet
301(1)
Suggested Web Sites
301(1)
Suggested Reading
301(1)
Variations in Sexual Behavior
302(27)
Sexual Variations and Paraphilic Behavior
303(5)
What are Sexual Variations?
304(1)
What is Paraphilia?
304(2)
Think About It ``Sexual Interest Disorder'': A Viable Alternative to Paraphilia or a Radical Departure?
306(1)
Sexual Variations Among College Students
307(1)
Sexual Variation: Domination and Submission
308(3)
Noncoercive Paraphilias
311(3)
Fetishism
311(1)
Transvestism
312(2)
Think About It Cross-Dressing: What's in a Name?
314(1)
Coercive Paraphilias
314(11)
Zoophilia
315(1)
Voyeurism
316(1)
Exhibitionism
316(2)
Telephone Scatologia
318(1)
Frotteurism
318(1)
Practically Speaking Dealing with Obscene Phone Calls
319(1)
Necrophilia
319(1)
Pedophilia
319(1)
Think About It Sexual Addiction, Sexual Compulsivity, or Problematic Sexual Behavior?
320(3)
Sexual Sadism and Sexual Masochism
323(2)
Origins and Treatment of Paraphilias
325(4)
Final Thoughts
326(1)
Summary
326(1)
Questions for Discussion
327(1)
Sex and the Internet
327(1)
Suggested Web Sites
328(1)
Suggested Reading
328(1)
Contraception and Birth Control
329(43)
Risk and Responsibility
330(5)
Think About It the Psychology of Risk Taking and Contraception
332(1)
Women, Men, and Birth Control: Who is Responsible?
332(3)
Methods of Contraception and Birth Control
335(25)
Birth Control and Contraception: What's the Difference?
335(1)
Choosing a Method
335(1)
Sexual Abstinence
336(1)
Hormonal Methods
337(7)
Barrier Methods
344(3)
Practically Speaking Hints for Effective Condom Use
347(3)
Spermicides
350(2)
The IUD (Intrauterine Device)
352(1)
Fertility Awareness-Based Methods
353(2)
Sterilization
355(1)
Think About It Unreliable and Mythical Methods of Contraception
356(3)
Emergency Contraception (EC)
359(1)
Abortion
360(7)
Methods of Abortion
361(2)
A Decline in the Prevalence of Abortion
363(1)
Women and Abortion
364(1)
Men and Abortion
364(1)
The Abortion Debate
365(2)
Practically Speaking New Contraceptive Options on the Horizon
367(1)
Research Issues
367(5)
Final Thoughts
368(1)
Summary
368(2)
Questions for Discussion
370(1)
Sex and the Internet
370(1)
Suggested Web Sites
370(1)
Suggested Reading
371(1)
Conception, Pregnancy, and Childbirth
372(40)
Fertilization and Fetal Development
373(5)
The Fertilization Process
374(1)
Development of the Conceptus
375(3)
Think About It a Matter of Choice
378(1)
Being Pregnant
378(12)
Pregnancy Detection
379(1)
Changes in Women During Pregnancy
379(3)
Think About It Sexuality During Pregnancy
382(1)
Complications of Pregnancy and Dangers to the Fetus
382(2)
Think About It Pregnancy and Drugs: A Bad Mix
384(4)
Diagnosing Abnormalities of the Fetus
388(1)
Pregnancy Loss
389(1)
Infertility
390(6)
Female Infertility
391(1)
Male Infertility
391(1)
Emotional Responses to Infertility
392(1)
Infertility Treatment
392(4)
Giving Birth
396(9)
Labor and Delivery
396(2)
Think About It the Question of Male Circumcision
398(2)
Choices in Childbirth
400(1)
Practically Speaking Making a Birth Plan
401(2)
Breastfeeding
403(1)
Practically Speaking Breast Versus Bottle: Which is Best for You and Your Child?
404(1)
Becoming a Parent
405(7)
Think About It Gay and Lesbian Parents
406(3)
Final Thoughts
409(1)
Summary
409(1)
Questions for Discussion
410(1)
Sex and the Internet
410(1)
Suggested Web Sites
411(1)
Suggested Reading
411(1)
The Sexual Body in Health and Illness
412(53)
Living in Our Bodies: The Quest for Physical Perfection
414(7)
Think About It ``Oh to Be Bigger'': Breast and Penis Enhancement
415(1)
Eating Disorders
416(1)
Think About It Body Art: Tattooing, Piercing, and Branding
417(2)
Retreating from Sexuality
419(1)
Anabolic Steroids: A Dangerous Means to an End
420(1)
Alcohol, Drugs, and Sexuality
421(4)
Alcohol Use and Sexuality
421(2)
Other Drug Use and Sexuality
423(2)
Sexual Health and Aging
425(7)
Women's Issues
426(3)
Men's Issues
429(1)
Practically Speaking Making the Best Decision About Menopausal Hormone Therapy
430(2)
Sexuality and Disability
432(5)
Physical Limitations and Changing Expectations
432(2)
Vision and Hearing Impairment
434(1)
Chronic Illness
434(1)
Developmental Disabilities
435(1)
The Sexual Rights of People with Disabilities
436(1)
Sexuality and Cancer
437(19)
Women and Cancer
437(4)
Practically Speaking Breast Self-Examination
441(9)
Men and Cancer
450(3)
Practically Speaking Testicular Self-Examination
453(2)
Anal Cancer in Men and Women
455(1)
Think About It Female Genital Cutting: Mutilation or Important Custom?
456(1)
Other Sexual Health Issues
456(9)
Toxic Shock Syndrome
456(1)
Endometriosis
457(1)
Practically Speaking Vulvodynia: A Little-Known Condition
458(1)
Lesbian Women's Health Issues
459(1)
Prostatitis
460(1)
Final Thoughts
461(1)
Summary
461(2)
Questions for Discussion
463(1)
Sex and the Internet
463(1)
Suggested Web Sites
464(1)
Suggested Reading
464(1)
Sexual Function Difficulties, Dissatisfaction, Enhancement, and Therapy
465(47)
Sexual Function Difficulties: Definitions, Types, and Prevalence
467(19)
Defining Sexual Function Difficulties: Different Perspectives
467(4)
Prevalence and Cofactors
471(3)
Think About It a New View of Women's Sexual Problems
474(3)
Disorders of Sexual Desire
477(1)
Sexual Arousal Disorders
478(2)
Orgasmic Disorders
480(3)
Think About It Sex and the Big ``O''
483(1)
Sexual Pain Disorders
484(1)
Other Disorders
485(1)
Physical Causes of Sexual Function Difficulties and Dissatisfaction
486(1)
Physical Causes in Men
486(1)
Physical Causes in Women
487(1)
Psychological Causes of Sexual Function Difficulties and Dissatisfaction
487(3)
Immediate Causes
487(2)
Conflict Within the Self
489(1)
Relationship Causes
489(1)
Sexual Function Enhancement
490(7)
Developing Self-Awareness
490(1)
Think About It Factors That Inhibit and Enhance Sexual Arousal in College Men and Women
491(3)
Practically Speaking Natural Sexual Enhancers in a Bottle: The ``Magic Bullet'' for Spicing Up Your Sex Life?
494(1)
Intensifying Erotic Pleasure
495(1)
Changing a Sexual Relationship
496(1)
Treating Sexual Function Difficulties
497(15)
Masters and Johnson: A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach
497(4)
Kaplan: Psychosexual Therapy
501(1)
Other Nonmedical Approaches
501(1)
Medical Approaches
502(2)
Practically Speaking Kegel Exercises
504(1)
Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Sex Therapy
505(1)
Think About It the Medicalization of Sexual Function Problems
506(2)
Practically Speaking Seeking Professional Assistance
508(1)
Final Thoughts
508(1)
Summary
509(1)
Questions for Discussion
510(1)
Sex and the Internet
511(1)
Suggested Web Sites
511(1)
Suggested Reading
511(1)
Sexually Transmitted Infections
512(38)
The STI Epidemic
514(11)
STIs: The Most Common Reportable Infectious Diseases
514(2)
Who is Affected: Disparities Among Groups
516(1)
Factors Contributing to the Spread of STIs
517(3)
Practically Speaking Preventing STIs: Male Condoms, Female Condoms, and Nonoxynol-9
520(4)
Practically Speaking Sti Attitude Scale
524(1)
Consequences of STIs
525(1)
Principal Bacterial STIs
525(6)
Chlamydia
525(3)
Gonorrhea
528(2)
Urinary Tract Infections (NGU/NSU)
530(1)
Syphilis
530(1)
Principal Viral STIs
531(7)
Think About it the Tuskegee Syphilis Study: ``A Tragedy of Race and Medicine''
532(1)
HIV and AIDS
532(2)
Human Papillomavirus (HPV)/Genital Warts
534(1)
Genital Herpes
535(2)
Hepatitis
537(1)
Vaginal Infections
538(1)
Bacterial Vaginosis
538(1)
Candidiasis
538(1)
Trichomoniasis
539(1)
Other STIs
539(1)
Ectoparasitic Infestations
540(1)
Scabies
540(1)
Pubic Lice
540(1)
STIs and Women
540(2)
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)
541(1)
Cystitis
541(1)
Preventing STIs
542(8)
Avoiding STIs
542(1)
Think About It How Common are Condom-Use Mistakes?
543(2)
Practically Speaking Safer and Unsafe Sex Practices
545(1)
Treating STIs
545(1)
Final Thoughts
546(1)
Summary
547(1)
Questions for Discussion
548(1)
Sex and the Internet
548(1)
Suggested Web Sites
549(1)
Suggested Reading
549(1)
HIV and AIDS
550(37)
What is AIDS?
552(6)
Conditions Associated with AIDS
552(1)
Think About It the Stigmatization of HIV and Other STIs
553(1)
Symptoms of HIV Infection and AIDS
554(1)
Understanding AIDS: The Immune System and HIV
554(1)
The Virus
555(2)
AIDS Pathogenesis: How the Disease Progresses
557(1)
The Epidemiology and Transmission of HIV
558(7)
The Epidemiology of HIV/AIDS
559(2)
Myths and Modes of Transmission
561(2)
Sexual Transmission
563(1)
Injection Drug and Substance Use
564(1)
Mother-to-Child Transmission
564(1)
Factors Contributing to Infection
565(1)
AIDS Demographics
565(8)
Minority Races/Ethnicities and HIV
565(3)
The Gay Community
568(2)
Women and HIV
570(1)
Children and HIV
571(1)
Teens and College Students and HIV
571(1)
Older Adults and HIV
572(1)
Geographic Region and HIV
572(1)
Practically Speaking HIV Prevention Attitude Scale
573(1)
Prevention and Treatment
573(9)
Practically Speaking Health Protective Sexual Communication Scale
574(1)
Protecting Ourselves
574(1)
Saving Lives Through Prevention
575(2)
HIV Testing
577(2)
Treatments
579(3)
Living with HIV or AIDS
582(5)
If You are HIV-Positive
582(1)
If You are Caring for Someone Who Has HIV or AIDS
583(1)
Final Thoughts
583(1)
Summary
583(2)
Questions for Discussion
585(1)
Sex and the Internet
585(1)
Suggested Web Sites
585(1)
Suggested Reading
586(1)
Sexual Coercion: Harassment, Aggression, and Abuse
587(44)
Sexual Harassment
588(8)
What is Sexual Harassment?
589(1)
Flirtation Versus Harassment
590(1)
Harassment in School and College
591(3)
Harassment in the Workplace
594(2)
Harassment and Discrimination Against Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgendered People
596(5)
Heterosexual Bias
596(1)
Prejudice, Discrimination, and Violence
596(3)
Think About It Opinion Polls on Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Issues
599(1)
Ending Anti-Gay Prejudice
600(1)
Sexual Aggression
601(17)
The Nature and Incidence of Rape
601(1)
Practically Speaking Preventing Sexual Assault
602(2)
Myths About Rape
604(2)
Think About It Adult Female Sexual Abuse of Male Children and Teens
606(1)
Forms of Rape
607(2)
Think About It Date/Acquaintance Rape Drugs: An Increasing Threat
609(5)
Motivations for Rape
614(1)
The Aftermath of Rape
615(2)
Practically Speaking Helping Someone Who Has Been Raped
617(1)
Child Sexual Abuse
618(13)
General Preconditions for Child Sexual Abuse
620(1)
Forms of Intrafamilial Sexual Abuse
620(2)
Children at Risk
622(1)
Effects of Child Sexual Abuse
622(2)
Think About It the Memory Wars: Recovered Versus False Memories
624(2)
Treatment Programs
626(1)
Preventing Child Sexual Abuse
626(2)
Final Thoughts
628(1)
Summary
628(1)
Questions for Discussion
629(1)
Sex and the Internet
630(1)
Suggested Web Sites
630(1)
Suggested Reading
630(1)
Sexually Explicit Materials, Prostitution, and Sex Laws
631
Sexually Explicit Material in Contemporary America
632(11)
Pornography or Erotica: Which is It?
633(1)
Sexually Explicit Material and Popular Culture
633(3)
The Effects of Sexually Explicit Material
636(3)
Censorship, Sexually Explicit Material, and the Law
639(2)
Think About It Sexually Explicit Materials: Helpful or Harmful?
641(2)
Prostitution
643(9)
Females Working in Prostitution
644(1)
Think About It Forced Against Their Will: International Child and Teen Prostitution
645(4)
Males Working in Prostitution
649(2)
Prostitution and the Law
651(1)
The Impact of HIV/AIDS and Other STIs
652(1)
Sexuality and the Law
652
Think About It the Invalidation of State Antisodomy Laws: A Triumph for Equality and a Path to Gay Marriage?
654(2)
Final Thoughts
656(1)
Summary
656(1)
Questions for Discussion
657(1)
Sex and the Internet
657(1)
Suggested Web Sites
658(1)
Suggested Reading
658
Glossary 1(1)
Bibliography 1(1)
Credits 1(1)
Subject Index 1(14)
Name Index 15


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