Bio 27: Human Sexuality. August 29, 2012 Chapter 2–Sex Research: Methods and Problems Chapter 3—Female Sexual Anatomy and Physiology. Important announcement!. This class now has a Twitter: https://twitter.com/ Bio27Laney Go there for: Links to download lecture slides
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Bio 27: Human Sexuality
August 29, 2012
Chapter 2–Sex Research: Methods and Problems
Chapter 3—Female Sexual Anatomy and Physiology
This class now has a Twitter:
Go there for:
How strongly do you agree or disagree with this statement? Explain your answer.
“I think that it would be good to learn how people should prevent diseases from spreading, and how to allow the education of sex. It would be a good knowledge to stop teen pregnancy and help understand safe and protected sex”
“I strongly disagree because sexuality in the modern world is changing. We have science to help us understand other lifestyles, sexualities, and gender. As humans I feel we should understand all forces of human nature and different biologies, to change the status quo.”
“I mostly disagree with this statement, because it is not very clear. Sexology should be studies however the money should not just be handed out to any sexology research. Now I would assume this, but since the question is vague I cannot completely disagree with it,for instance there should not be a research done on sexual arousal while using a yo-yo, there are limits.”
“I somewhat disagree because althoug some research on sexual behavior may seem irrelevant compared to other issues such as cancer cures but there are also some sexology research which are very helpful, e.g. condom use projects, as they could help reduce STD’s including HIV/AIDS which is a fatal illness.”
“Design a Vagina,” by Jamie McCartney