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    Alfred Kinsey FBI File Analysis

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    Alfred Kinsey was an American Professor of biology and zoology at Indiana University. During his career he decided to shift his focus from studying gull wasps to that of human subjects. He embarked on a study of human sexual behavior by doing a series of interviews consisting of 18,000 people. The first installment of nine books was “Sexual Behavior in the Human Male.” This 30 year project was anything but non-controversial especially with in the realm of the FBI and the United States government

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    The Grafenberg Area

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    The Grafenberg Area Just what is the purpose of existence? This question has been raised countless times by countless millions of people, wondering just what exactly they are here for. Some of those among us decide to make the study of that question their life's work, and spend many hours thinking, writing, and speaking about it. These specialists, philosophers, exist to give us some idea of why we continue to exist. One school of philosophical thought holds that the only thing of any value

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    Alfred Kinsey stated in his 1953 nonfiction book Sexual Behavior in the Human Female that 12% of females and 22% of males reported having an erotic response to a sadomasochistic story(direct quote Wikipedia). The Australian study performed in 2001 showed that 1.8% of people engaged in sexual activities had practiced BSDM at least once. On the other hand, the 1990 Kinsey Institute’s report showed that 5-10% of the sexually active population engaged

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    Discourse of Sex and the Creation of Docile Bodies Subjection is a process that operates in society, and according to sociologist Michel Foucault, can be applied to a multiplicity of discourses. Foucault explains that the beginning of the nineteenth century marked the age of sexual repression and censorship, which became a time of subjection through exerting disciplinary control over a docile population. In his The Introduction to the History of Sexuality, Foucault explains how the scientification

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    Alfred Kinsey, as described in the film “Kinsey” by Bill Condon and research articles, was an openness man determined to discover and reveal the truth behind the sexual behaviors of the American population. Moreover, he challenged beliefs regarding human sexuality. Being knowledgeable about sex was viewed as something immoral; a topic only a physician was to talk about simply because they knew body parts. In fact, people had no idea what masturbation meant or what being “normal” during sexual activity

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    Kandace Nassir Professor Doucet April 17, 2014 Gender, Sexuality, and Desire Throughout the novel, “The Handmaid’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood, she portrays how Offred and other characters desperately use desire, gender, and sexuality in the novel to convey the theme. She begins with the first-person narrator, Offred, by describing the old school gymnasium where she sleeps, and how she feels like she is lost in the atmosphere. She works in a house that is run by a married Commander, and the narrator

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    The way in which we view and engage in sexual expression has had a profound influence on society’s customs, behaviors and beliefs since prehistoric times. The society in which we live in today is built upon past sexual ideologies evolving through the adaptations of societal normalities. The role in which sex plays is our society is indisputably controversial, but is an integral part to the evolution of mankind. Within the twentieth-century, the western world has witnessed a sexual revolution due

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    Case Study Jovan is a 23year-old African-American male, who has voluntarily admitted himself for inpatient treatment at a local non-profit agency due to abuse of alcohol and other drugs. Jovan has been unemployed for the past 9 months; his employment position with Dollar General was terminated due to charges of embezzlement. He admits that he took money from the register but planned to replace it when he got paid. So, Jovan is currently unemployed, homeless, and has charges pending due to embezzlement

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    When looking into a criminal event as serious as presented with teacher sex scandals, it is very important to identify the reasons why this crime is taking place and set into motion a plan of action to eliminate other potential perpetrators. The labeling theory suggests that the crime of female teacher sex scandals may have taken place because either the “public” has labeled her role to be provocative or seductive, inappropriately, or that her role as the teacher, has been labeled that way in that

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    In the study and discovery of human life and development, the inquiry of sexual development and behavior has greatly changed and impacted the course of human history. Human sexuality refers to “sex, gender identities and roles, sexual orientation, eroticism, pleasure, intimacy and reproduction. It is experienced and expressed in thoughts, fantasies, desires, beliefs, attitudes, values, behaviors, practices, roles and relationships.” (WHO, 2006a) The major shift towards human sexuality in America

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