Sex Essays

  • Sex in the Media

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    Sex in the Media One of the most important resources of a business is its advertisement team. Due to the fact that people can and will buy your product only if they know about it. This is the reason that marketing and advertisement have the biggest budgets in a business. This is the reason that places such as spend up to four million dollars on advertisement a year, according to '' written by Burke Hedges. There is a saying that goes 'Sex-sells' is this true?

  • Sex in Movies

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    Sex in Movies Has the role of sex gained too much importance in todays movie industry? The answer to this highly publicized question, although highly depending on personal opinion, is no. The growth of sex in movies is directly related to the growth of its role in modern society. The movie industry has no choice but to adapt to a society with changing entertainment needs. The movie industry is just what it says, an industry. An industry that has one goal similar with all other industries

  • Sex

    1647 Words  | 4 Pages

    Sex Humans are sexual beings. We want it. We all need sex. It is an important part of us. Sex can be simply a pleasurable act, yet it can also be an expression of our love for someone else. In short, sex is wonderful. However, it is relatively rare to encounter a rational discussion about sex, even between partners. As with all activities about which people are passionate and which involve biological drives, the topic of sexuality is rife with controversy, misunderstanding, moralizing, and stereotypes

  • Teens and Sex - Teenage Sex

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    Teenage Sex Sexually active teenagers, in America, are a significant problem we must look at. A question that rings in the minds of teenagers everywhere is when to have sex. Our Catholic teachings, instruct us to wait until one is in a loving marriage to have sex. Not only is the church preaching abstinence, but now public schools are also teaching students on the advantages of abstinence. Premarital sex is a growing, and important issue. Premarital sex is usually the cause of sexually transmitted

  • Sex

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    Sex can be interpreted in limitless definitions that all correlate with one another. According to sex is defined as: “the sum of the structural and functional differences by which the male and female are distinguished, or the phenomena or behavior dependent on these differences” (“sex”). Sex is a broad spectrum, although many people characterize it to be strictly intercourse little do they know sex is more profound. The thought or sight of the word sex is instantly depicted to be

  • Sex Education

    1103 Words  | 3 Pages

    Sex Education Two drastic Emergency Room cases were handled in 1998 at Mary Washington Hospital. Concerned mothers brought their 12 year old daughters into the hospital thinking they were suffering from severe stomach pain or even appendicitis…both girls were actually in labor (Abstinence, 2002). The United States has the highest teen pregnancy, birth, and abortion rates in the Western world (Planned Parenthood, 2003). Are teens getting enough knowledge on sex and how to prevent STDs and unwanted

  • Sex and Sexuality: Interviews

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    thought about before. Patterns that rose from the interview included the most important themes discussed before marriage and what a healthy sexual relationship, with differences being how they learned about sex and sexuality and their opinion on what would make it easier for people to talk about sex due to their gender, life experiences, and culture. There were seven individuals that I had interviewed, which consist of four females and three males. Subject A is an 18-year-old single female who came

  • Essay On Sex And Gender

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    The traditional biological understandings of sex and gender create a binary concept mainly in the Western culture by having two strictly fixed options of male or female. This binary notion of gender and sex was put to the test by both Anne Fausto-Sterling and Oyeronke Oyewumi. Sterling argues that rather than just two separate ends, biological gender occurs across a continuum of possibilities. This spectrum of anatomical deviation by itself should be enough to disregard the simplistic notion of

  • Choosing The Sex Of a Baby

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    Choosing The Sex Of a Baby With new technologies available everyday, it seems almost as if we can customize our children. Reproduction is no longer an outcome of random and inherited genes, but now it’s a process of creating the child that we want to have. Fertility clinics are in debate as to whether or not it is ethical to be able to determine the sex of our children. Some view this as a valid option, while others see it as another step down the road to designer babies. But how far is too

  • Sex Linked Behavior

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    What makes us different? Where is the line between genders beyond sex organs? What factors play a part in sex-linked behaviors? (In our modern society, the differences between sexes is a lightly touched on subject because evidence of one being less than the other could greatly rupture our disputed ideas of equality between the sexes.) Sexual dimorphism is the differences between males and females within a species besides their sex organs, usually behavior or neural function. Behavioral differences

  • Sex And Recombination Essay

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    4. Sex has been around for millions of years, transferring, spreading and exchanging genes from offspring to offspring either asexually or sexually. Although, many species are specific with whom or what they mate with and they also consider the consequences of mating. Sex can have advantages and disadvantages that could lead to offspring or to death. The advantage of sex is recombination. Although, recombination can be broken down into many parts. Recombination created genetic variation leading to

  • America’s Culture of Sex

    511 Words  | 2 Pages

    America’s Culture of Sex Sex in today’s world can be seen anywhere. It is on billboards, radio stations, personal books, school books, magazines, peers, movies, songs, and the most famous is televisions. Commercials use seductive images, sounds, and music grabbing the attention of the audience. Movies and television are proof of the sickness of sexual addiction in society. This disease spreads across the country, infecting the way people think and live their lives. Ultimately it is destroying

  • Sex in Reality TV

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    Sex in Reality TV The Sex Factor on Survivor Survivor, one of the first successful reality shows, is a show that puts a selected group of people in a beautiful setting leaving them to fend for themselves within the two different teams. Every week the two teams compete for rewards and immunity before someone is voted off at the end of each episode. The shows main theme is how the different people interact with one another, and since the theme of the show is outwit, outplay, and outlast there

  • Nudity and Sex in Advertising

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    Nudity and Sex in Advertising I have chosen to research and write about the controversy of nudity and sex in advertising in the United States of America. Many people oppose advertising that uses sex and nudity to sell products, while others believe that there is nothing wrong with sex or nudity displayed in adverting. For my final research paper I have chosen to argue with the side that believes it is okay to advertise usually nudity and sex. Countries in Europe use full frontal nudity and

  • Sex & Violence in the Media

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    Sex & Violence in the Media On February 1, 2004, millions of Americans sat down around their television sets with their family and friends to watch the biggest sports event of the year: Super Bowl XXXVIII. Inside the Reliant Stadium of Houston, Texas, the New England Patriots beat the Carolina Panthers 32-29 in one of the closest games in recent history; but this year it wasn’t the football game or even the commercials that had people talking. It was an incident that occurred during the halftime

  • Sex Segregation in the Workplace

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    nurses female? Why not female surgeons and male nurses? These are simple and frequent questions that can be answered by most Sociologist and Theorists. Sociologists and Theorists equate this type of job inequality phenomenon with occupational sex segregation. Sex segregation in the workplace is one of the most visible signs of inequality in the labor market. In almost every work setting, it is rare to see men and women working at the same job. When they do, they usually perform different tasks, with

  • Sex Addiction

    1385 Words  | 3 Pages

    Sex Addiction Addiction, a compulsive psychological need for a habit-forming substance according to an online dictionary (p). In this instance, the substance is sex or masturbation. A sex addict needs progressively more and more explicit pornographic material in order to become aroused. Their behavior becomes centered on different sexual experiences and the desire to attain them. The person cannot control their sexual appetites resulting in severe consequences for themselves and others. Sex

  • Sex Selection Essay

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    Abstract Sex selection is any practice, technique or intervention aimed towards increasing the probability of producing a child of one sex rather than the other. The desire of parents to choose the gender of their child has a long history in cultures dating back to Ancient Egyptians and Early Greeks. The earlier believed that women with certain facial complexion are more likely to give birth to boys, and the latter believed that the sperms in the right testicle are responsible for giving birth to

  • Sex Workers And Sex Work

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    see sex work as a criminal act. Our conversations on the topic are often fraught with judgement, violent language, and a belief that sex workers are dirty, worthless, and not deserving of empathy, love, compassion, or basic human rights. As with most social injustice, we see people as less than human, and this dehumanization creates a culture where discrimination is possible. According to the Sex Workers Project, “Sex work is a term used to refer to all aspects of the lawful and unlawful sex industry”

  • The Evolution of Sex

    2360 Words  | 5 Pages

    The Evolution of Sex Take the 1960s notion of free love, combine with today's sexually active teenagers who expect no emotional commitment, and you have the modern definition for “hook up.” The term evolved just as many ideas about sex have in this last century. Hooking up is no longer just kissing, it involves oral sex and also intercourse, it is all about the casual sex. The practice of casual sex is more popular among American teenagers; however, the feelings of independence and empowerment