Sexual Problems in Humans assignment

Sexual Problems in Humans assignment

Sexual Problems in Humans assignment

  1. An issue within the world of defining and understanding sexual problems is determining what “counts” as a problem. For example, if a heterosexual couple enters counseling with the concern that their sex drives don’t match up, which of the two is most likely to be diagnosed with a problem? If you were the counselor, what types of information would you want to know as you made this determination? Explain, and use detailed examples from the course materials and your own experience.
  2. According to the Hock text, “love and sexual intimacy are closely linked.” The research within the chapter and other course material was conducted in the 90’s. How do you think the findings hold up in today’s society? Are the findings still true? Explain, and use detailed examples from the course materials and your own experience.
  3.  Sexual development across the lifespan.Are we really doing right by children when we wait to have “the talk” or would it be better if we included discussions about sexuality naturally from the beginning? In what ways does the information in this chapter further your understanding of sexuality? Make sure you are pulling information from your text and additional resources. Also include your own thoughts and ideas on the topic. Explain, and use detailed examples from the course materials and your own experience.
  4. What do you know about birth or what preconceived ideas do you have about the experience of pregnancy and birth? Where have you learned your information? How has this chapter and this week’s material changed your thinking? In what ways does the information in this chapter further your understanding of sexuality? Explain, and use detailed examples from the course materials and your own experience.
  5. After everything you have read about male and female masturbation, you now know that masturbation increases the intensity and frequency of orgasm. With this in mind, why do women report masturbating less often then man? Do you think there is a stigma surrounding the idea of women touching themselves? Explain, and use detailed examples from the course materials and your own experience.

Male masturbation is associated with “being macho;” if a man doesn’t masturbate it is often assumed that there must be something wrong with him, when in fact it is perfectly acceptable. What types of stereotypes might a male who chooses not to masturbate be associated with? , and use detailed examples from the course materials and your own experience.

( Please include answer for one question on one page. and quote citations please )

Open chat
WhatsApp chat +1 908-954-5454
We are online
Our papers are plagiarism-free, and our service is private and confidential. Do you need any writing help?