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1 Thinking About Human Sexuality
2 Communication and Sexuality
3 Attraction, Love, and Partnerships
Part 2 Physical Sexuality
4 Female Anatomy, Physiology, and Sexual Health
5 Male Sexual Anatomy, Physiology, and Sexual Health
6 Sexually Transmitted Infections
7 HIV and AIDS
Part 3 Sexual Response and Pleasuring
8 Sexual Response, Dysfunction, and Therapy
9 Sexual Pleasuring
10 Sexuality in Disability and Illness
Part 4 Developmental Sexuality
11 Biological Sexual Development
12 Gender Identity and Gender Roles
13 Childhood and Adolescent Sexuality
14 Adult Sexuality
Part 5 Reproductive Sexuality
15 Fertility Management
16 Conception, Pregnancy, and Childbirth
Part 6 Social Issues in Sexuality
17 Variations in Sexual Behavior
18 The Commercialization of Sex
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Preface by Pepper Schwartz.
Foreword by John D. DeLamater.
PART I: HISTORICAL, THEORETICAL, AND RESEARCH PERSPECTIVES ON SEXUALITY.
1: The Stalled Sexual Revolutions of This Century / Ira L. Reiss and Harriet M. Reiss.
2: Alfred Kinsey / Vern L. Bullough.
3: Masters and Johnson / Vern L. Bullough.
4: Theoretical Backgrounds: The Social Organization of Sexuality / Edward O. Laumann, John H. Gagnon, Robert T. Michael, and Stuart Michaels.
5: Sex Among the Americans / Joseph Adelson.
6: Kiss and Tell: Surveying Sex in the Twentieth Century / Julia A. Ericksen with Sally A. Steffen.
7: Sexuality in Marriage, Dating, and Other Relationships.
F. Scott Christopher and Susan Sprecher.
PART II: SEXUALITY AND THE LIFE CYCLE: CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE.
8: Human Sexual Development / John D. DeLamater and William N. Friedrich.
9: Current Religious Doctrines of Sexual and Erotic Development in Childhood / Robert T. Francoeur.
10: Early Childhood Exposure to Parental Nudity and Scenes of Parental Sexuality / Paul Okami, Richard Olmstead, Paul R. Abramson, and Laura Pendleton.
11: Negotiation of First Sexual Intercourse Among Latina Adolescent Mothers / Pamela I. Erickson.
PART III: SEXUALITY AND THE LIFE CYCLE: YOUNG ADULTHOOD.
12: College Virgins: How Men and Women Perceive Their Sexual Status / Susan Sprecher and Pamela C. Regan.
13: Communicating With New Sex Partners / Nelwyn B. Moore and J. Kenneth Davidson, Sr.
14: Sexual Infidelity Among Married and Cohabiting Americans / Judith Treas and Deirdre Giesen.
15: Pretending Orgasm During Sexual Intercourse / Michael W. Wiederman.
PART IV: SEXUALITY AND THE LIFE CYCLE: MIDDLE AND LATER ADULTHOOD.
16: Passionate Marriage / David M. Schnarch.
17: Race, Gender, and Class in Sexual Scripts / Jenna Mahay, Edward O. Laumann, and Stuart Michaels.
18: The Impact of Aging on Sexual Function in Women and Their Partners / Sheryl A. Kingsberg.
19: Affection and Sexuality in the Presence of Alzheimer’s Disease / Lore K. Wright.
PART V: SEXUAL DESIRE AND GENDER.
20: In the Garden of Tabloid Delight: Notes on Sex, Americans, Scandal, and Morality / Lewis H. Lapham.
21: Sexual Desire and Gender / Pepper Schwartz and Virginia E. Rutter.
22: Venus in Furs: Estrogen and Desire / Natalie Angier.
23: Marital Style and Its Effects on Sexual Desire and Functioning / Barry W. McCarthy.
24: Sexual Satisfaction and Sexual Drive in Spinal Cord Injured Women / Kimberly Black, Marca L. Sipski, and Susanne S. Strauss.
PART VI: SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES AND ABORTION.
25: Having an Abortion Using Mifepristone and Home Misoprostol / Stephen L. Fielding, Emme Edmunds, and Eric A. Schaff.
26: Community: Risk, Identity, and Love in the Age of AIDS / Judith Levine.
27: Predominant Risk Factors for Genital Papillomavirus Infection / Robert D. Burk, Gloria Y. F. Ho, Leah Beardsley, Michele Lempa, Michael Peters, and Robert Bierman.
PART VII: SEXUAL ORIENTATION.
28: Human Sexual Orientation Has a Heritable Component / Richard C. Pillard and J. Michael Bailey.
29: Why We Cannot Conclude Sexual Orientation Is a Biological Phenomenon / William M. Byne.
30: Do Parents Influence the Sexual Orientation of Their Children? / Susan E. Golombok and Fiona L. Tasker.
31: Dating and Romantic Relationships Among Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Youths / Ritch C. Savin-Williams.
32: The War Over Gay Marriage / Evan W. Thomas.
PART VIII: SEXUAL VICTIMIZATION AND COMPULSION.
33: Sexual Abuse in a National Survey of Adult Men and Women / David Finkelhor, Gerald Hotaling, I. A. Lewis, and Christine Smith.
34: Token Resistance to Sex: New Perspectives on an Old Stereotype / Charlene L. Muehlenhard and Carie S. Rodgers.
35: Tactics of Sexual Coercion / Cindy J. Struckman-Johnson, David L. Struckman-Johnson, and Peter B. Anderson.
36: Sexual Aggression Among Asian Americans / Gordon C. Nagayama Hall, Amy K. Windover, and Gloria Gia Maramba.
37: Effects of Cybersex Addiction on the Family / Jennifer P. Schneider.
38: Pathways to a Career in Stripping / Nova D. Sweet and Richard Tewksbury.
PART IX: SEXUALITY AND SOCIETY: LAW, ECONOMICS, RELIGION, AND EDUCATION.
39: SIECUS Looks at States’ Sexuality Laws and the Sexual Rights of Citizens / Daniel Daley, Susie Orenstein, and Vivian Wong.
40: Sex, God, & Greed / Daniel Lyons.
41: Naked Capitalists / Frank Rich.
42: Religiosity and Sexual Responsibility: Relationships of Choice / J. Kenneth Davidson, Sr. and Nelwyn B. Moore.
43: Where’d You Learn That? / Ron Stodghill, II.
44: Sexuality Education: Philosophies and Practices In Search of a Meaningful Difference / Terrance D. Olson.
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6. Conception, Pregnancy, and Childbirth
7. Contraception and Abortion
8. Sexual Arousal
9. Sexuality and the Life Cycle: Childhood and Adolescence
10. Sexuality and the Life Cycle: Adulthood
11. Attraction, Love, and Communication
12. Gender and Sexuality
13. Sexual Orientation: Gay, Straight, or Bi?
14. Variations in Sexual Behavior
15. Sexual Coercion
16. Sex for Sale
17. Sexual Disorders and Sex Therapy
18. Sexually Transmitted Diseases
19 Ethics, Religion, and Sexuality
20. Sex and the Law
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PART 1 Social and Biological Foundations of Human Sexuality
1 Cultural, Historical, and Research Perspectives on Sexuality
Educating about Sex
Culture and Sexuality
Milestones in Sex Research: A Brief Historical Survey
The Methods of Sexological Research Attitude Questionnaire
Self-Evaluation: You and Your Sexuality
2 Female Sexual Anatomy and Physiology
The Uterus and Ovaries
The Menstrual Cycle
Self-Evaluation : You and Your Body
3 Male Sexual Anatomy and Physiology
The Testes and Scrotum
Internal Male Organs
Male Hormones and the Male Climacteric
Self-Evaluation: Your Sexuality Education: Past, Present, and Future
4 Human Sexual Arousal and Response
Models of Sexual Arousal: Activating the Mind and the Body
Models of Human Sexual Response
Female Sexual Response
Male Sexual Response
Hormones and Sexual Arousal
Effects of Aging on Sexual Response
Self-Evaluation: Sexual Arousal and Response in Your Life
5 Developmental and Social Perspectives on Gender
How Many Sexes Are There?
Interpretations of Gender
Theories of Gender Role Development
Gender in Society and Culture
Self-Evaluation: Masculinity and Femininity in Your Life
PART 2 Understanding Sexuality in Ourselves and in Our Relationships
6 Sexuality in Infancy, Childhood,and Adolescence
Sexuality in Infancy and Childhood
Sexuality in Adolescence
Adolescent Sexual Health
7 Adult Sexuality and Relationships
Hurdles of Young Adulthood
Patterns in Partnerships
Sexuality and Aging
Sexual Effects of Health and Illness
Self-Evaluation Looking Ahead: Sex in Later Years
8 Sexual Individuality and Sexual Values
Labeling Sex: Establishing Standards
Sex and Values
Sexuality and Disability Groups
9 Sexuality, Communication, and Relationships
Communicating about Sex
What?s Love Got to Do With It?
Connecting: For Better or for Worse
Self-Evaluation: Communicating about Sex
PART 3 Human Reproduction, Contraception, and Abortion: Sexuality Confronts Social Policy
10 Reproduction, Reproductive Technology, and Birthing
Fertilization and Fetal Development
Reproduction and Fetal Technology
Pregnancy and Birthing
11 Decision Making about Pregnancy and Parenthood
World Population and the Status of Children
Deciding About Contraceptives
Methods of Birth Control
Unintended Pregnancy: The Options
Self-Evaluation: Contraceptive Comfort and Confidence Scale
PART 4 Sexual Behavior and Contemporary Society
12 Solitary Sex and Shared Sex
Solitary Sex: The Private World
Shared Sexual Behavior
Same-Gender Sexual Sharing
13 Sexual Orientation, Identity, and Behavior
Understanding Same-Gender Sexual Orientation
Conceptualizing Same-Gender Sexual Orientation
Developing a Sexual Orientation Identity
Sexual Orientation and Society
14 The Spectrum of Human Sexual Behavior
Varying Degrees of Sexual Interest and Activity
Transgender Identities and Behaviors
The Desire to Enhance Sexual Arousal
Atypical and Potentially Problematic Sexual Connections
Self-Evaluation: Your Sexual Fantasies
15 Sex, Art, the Media, and the Law
Nudity and Sex in Art
Sex and the Printed Page
Sex in the Media
Effects of Sexually Explicit Materials
Legal Aspects of Sexual Behavior
PART 5 Dealing with Sexual Problems
16 Sexual Consent, Coercion, Rape, and Abuse
When and How Does Sex Become a Problem?
Sexual Boundary Violations by Professionals
Consent, Coercion, and Forced Sex
Sexual Abuse of Children and Adolescents
Preventing and Dealing with Problematic Sex
Self-Evaluation: Your Sexual Concerns and Problems
17 Sexually Transmitted Diseases, HIV/AIDS, and Sexual Decisions
History and Incidence of Sexually Transmitted Diseases and HIV
Nonviral Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Viral Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Other Sexually Transmitted Diseases
HIV: The Virus and the Infection
HIV Testing, Treatment, and Vaccines
Can Sex Be Safe and Satisfying?
Self-Evaluation: Examining Your Attitudes toward Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Self-Evaluation: Considering Being Tested
18 Sexual Dysfunctions and Their Treatment
Understanding Sexual Dysfunctions
Causes of Sexual Dysfunctions
Treating Sexual Dysfunctions
Behavioral Approaches to Sex Therapy
Is Sex Therapy Effective and Ethical?
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2. Studying Human Sexuality / Sex, Advice Columnists, and Pop Psychology / Thinking Critically about Sex / Sex Research Methods / The Sex Researchers / Contemporary Research Studies / Emerging Research Perspectives / Ethnicity and Sexuality
3. Female Sexual Anatomy, Physiology, and Response / Female Sex Organs: What Are They For? / Female Sexual Physiology / Female Sexual Response
4. Male Sexual Anatomy, Physiology, and Response / Male Sexual Organs: What Are They For? / Male Sexual Physiology / Male Sexual Response
5. Gender and Gender Roles / Studying Gender and Gender Roles / Gender Role Learning / Contemporary Gender Roles / When Gender Is Ambiguous: Intersexuality, Transsexuality, and Transgenderism
6. Sexuality Over the Life Span / Sexuality in Infancy and Childhood / Sexuality in Adolescence / Sexuality in Early Adulthood / Sexuality in Middle Adulthood / Sexuality in Late Adulthood
7. Love, Intimacy, and Sexuality / Love and Sexuality / How Do I Love Thee? Approaches and Attitudes Related to Love / Unrequited Love / Jealousy / The Transformation of Love: The Role of Commitment
8. Communicating about Sex / The Nature of Communication / Sexual Communication / Developing Communication Skills / Conflict and Intimacy
9. Sexual Expression / Sexual Attractiveness / Sexual Scripts / Autoeroticism / Interpersonal Sexuality
10. Atypical and Paraphilic Sexual Behavior / Atypical Versus Paraphilic Behavior / Noncoercive Paraphilias / Coercive Paraphilias / Origins and Treatment of Paraphilias
11. Contraception and Birth Control / Risk and Responsibility / Methods of Contraception and Birth Control / Abortion
12. Conception, Pregnancy, and Childbirth / Fertilization and Fetal Development / Being Pregnant / Infertility / Giving Birth / Becoming a Parent
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I. Perspectives on Sex, Gender, and Difference.
1. Anne Fausto-Sterling / The Five Sexes, Revisited.
2. Maxine Baca Zinn & Bonnie Thornton Dill / Theorizing Difference from Multiracial Feminism.
3. Deniz Kandiyoti / Bargaining with Patriarchy.
4. R W. Connell / Masculinities and Globalization.
5. Barbara Ehrenreich and Arlie Russell Hochschild / Global Woman.
6. Chandra Talpade Mohanty / Antiglobalization Pedagogies and Feminism.
II. BODIES, CONTROL AND RESISTANCE.
7. Jane Sprague Zones / Beauty Myths and Realities and Their Impact on Women’s Health.
8. Nomy Lamm / It’s a Big Fat Revolution.
9. Tamara Beauboeuf-Lafontant / Strong and Large Black Women? Exploring Relationships Between Deviant Womanhood and Weight.
10. Jen’nan Ghazal Read and John P. Bartkowski / To Veil or Not to Veil? A Case Study of Identity Negotiation Among Muslim Women in Austin, Texas.
11. Don Sabo / Doing Time, Doing Masculinity: Sports in Prison.
12. Betsy Lucal / What it Means to be Gendered Me: Life on the Boundaries of a Dichotomous Gender System.
13. Cecilia Menjívar and Olivia Salcido / Immigrant Women and Domestic Violence: Common Experiences in Different Countries.
14. Afroza Anwary / Acid Violence and Medical Care Bangladesh: Women’s Activism as Carework.
15. Patricia Albanese / Nationalism, War, and Archaization of Gender Relations in the Balkans.
16. Michael Kimmel / Gender, Class, and Terrorism.
III. SEXUALITIES: SEXUAL RELATIONS, INTIMACY, POWER.
17. Karin A. Martin / “I couldn’t ever picture myself having sex..”: Gender Differences in Sex and Sexual Subjectivity.
18. Matthew C. Guttman / Male Discretion and Sexual Indiscretion in Working Class Mexico City.
19. Kevin Bales / Because She Looks Like a Child.
20. Julie O’Connell Davidson / The Sex Tourist, The Expatriate, His Ex-Wife, and her “Other”: The Politics of Loss, Difference, and Desire.
Sexuality and Identity.
21. Dennis Altman / The Globalization of Sexual Identities.
22. Michael A. Messner / Becoming 100% Straight.
23. Yen Le Espiritu / “Americans Have a Different Attitude”: Family, Sexuality, and Gender in Filipina American Lives.
24. Audre Lorde / Age, Race, Class, and Sex: Women Redefining Difference.
25. Elliott Femynye Bat Tzedek / The Rights and Wrongs of Identity Politics and Sexual Identities.
26. Almas Sayeed / Chappals and Gym Shorts: An Indian Muslim Woman in the Land of Oz.
27. Karen D. Pyke and Denise L. Johnson / Asian American Women and Racialized Femininities: “Doing” Gender Across Cultural Worlds.
28. Peggy McIntosh / White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack.
V. FAMILIES, MOTHERHOOD, FATHERHOOD.
29. Patricia Hill Collins / The Meaning of Motherhood in Black Culture and Black Mother-Daughter Relationships.
30. Lisa J. Udell / Revision and Resistance: The Politics of Native Women’s Motherwork.
31. Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo and Ernestine Avila / “I’m Here but I’m There”: The Meanings of Latina Transnational Motherhood.
32. Marcia C. Inhorn / “The Worms are Weak”: Male Infertility and Patriarchal Paradoxes in Egypt.
WORK AND FAMILIES.
33. Pei-Chia Lan / Maid or Madam? Filipina Migrant Workers and the Continuity of Domestic Labor.
34. M. Patricia Fernández Kelly / Delicate Transactions: Gender, Home, and Employment Among Hispanic Women.
35. Elizabeth Higginbotham and Lynn Weber / Moving Up with Kin and Community: Upward Social Mobility for Black and White Women.
36. Kathryn Edin / What Do Low-Income Single Mothers Say About Marriage?.
VI. CONSTRUCTING GENDER IN THE WORKPLACE.
37. Peter Levin / Gendering the Market: Temporality, Work, and Gender on a National Futures Exchange.
38. Patti A. Giuffre and Christine L. Williams / Boundary Lines: Labeling Sexual Harassment in Restaurants.
39. Karen J. Hossfield / “Their Logic Against Them”: Contradictions in Sex, Race, and Class in Silicon Valley.
40. Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo / Go Away.. But Stay Close Enough.
VII. EDUCATION AND SCHOOLS.
41. Ann Arnett Ferguson / Naughty by Nature.
42. Julie Bettie / How Working-Class Chicas Get Working-Class Lives.
43. Nancy Lopez / Homegrown: How the Family Does Gender.
44. Yoshiko Nozaki / Feminism, Nationalism, and the Japanese Textbook Controversy Over “Comfort Women”.
VIII. POPULAR CULTURE.
45. Barry Glassner / Black Men: How to Perpetuate Prejudice Without Really Trying.
46. Catherine A. Lutz and Jane L. Collins / The Color of Sex: Postwar Photographic Histories of Race and Gender in National Geographic Magazine.
47. Susan Jane Gilman / Klaus Barbie, and Other Dolls I’d Like to See.
48. Mimi Schippers / Sexuality and Gender Maneuvering.
49. Laurie Kendall / “Oh No! I’m a Nerd!” Hegemonic Masculinity on an Online Forum.
IX. CHANGE AND POLITICS.
50. King-To Yeung and Mindy Stombler / Gay and Greek: The Identity Paradox of Gay Fraternities.
51. Mary Pardo / Mexican American Women, Grassroots Community Activists: “Mothers of East Los Angeles”.
52. Radhika Gajjala and Annapurna Mamidipudi / Cyberfeminism, Technology, and International “Development”.
53. Kevin Powell / Confessions of a Recovering Misogynist.
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