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    The Purpose of Sexuality in African Carvings

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    assigned sex in most instances incorporating both male and female organs. This does not imply that sexuality in African art has also experienced the sexuality debates like western art. Intersex carvings are an important observation in African art, and this demonstrates the role played by the supernatural in African beliefs as pertaining sexuality. Sexuality in African carvings demonstrates the spirituality of sex and the fact that sex is believed to be of significant importance in worship. Sex transcends

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    makeup, gender identity, and gender role behaviour. One form of gender identification pertaining to genetic makeup was established for all females by the International Olympic Committee in 1992. The athletes were tested for presence of the SRY gene (sex-determining region Y), which is found Y-chromosome, in order to identify males possibly disguised as females. SRY, also known as the “testis-determining factor” (TDF), is responsible for the differentiation of the sexually indifferent human embryo six

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    The Female Reproductive System parts are gametes, which is a mature haploid male or female germ cell that is able to unite with another of the opposite sex in several reproductions to form a zygote. Egg is a person possessing a specified quantity. Ovum is a mature female reproductive cell especially of a human or other animal that van divide to give rise to an embryo usually only after fertilization by a male cell. Vaginal is a muscular tube leading from the external genitals to the cervix of the

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    The Trouble With Ambiguous Genitalia

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    where they started with me, I figured that's where I'd begin my paper. The word "hermaphrodite" has become problematic. Apparently, its roots are to be found in an oppressive Victorian belief that there exists a "true sex," and that any deviation on this "true sex" is a "pseudo-sex" (1). The problem lies in the implications of the word; "'hermaphrodite' implies that a person is born with two sets of genitals-one male and one female-and that is something that cannot occur" (1). Then, of course, there's

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    Wife Of Bath Euphemism

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    crudeness in “The Wife of Bath’s Prologue” is simultaneously unnerving and amusing, and begs the question of how a “wicked” woman like The Wife could ever actually progress in medieval society. Chaucer incorporates subtle allusions to female sexual organs and it is this bluntness (that would raise eyebrows even today) which establishes the Wife as such a powerfully outspoken character. Because courtship in Chaucer’s time was considered worthy of complete submission, the fact that the Wife places such

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    through out the article. Then, Bonfante went over how these applied to the Greeks as a society. She then describes a garments warn by the Greeks to cover the wearers sex organ. To me he assumptions lead me to believe that only the shame and magic aspects really applied to the Greeks when it came to nudity. To the Greeks when the sexual organ was uncovered, its power was released. In early Greek art the male genitalia and the female breast were often used to show weakness or powerlessness. From there

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    Is female genital mutilation a cultural practice or a delinquency? Female genital mutilation better known as female genital cutting is a operation performed based on religion and cultural causes. However, entirely of the victims gone through this sacrifice explain it as a crime. Female genital mutilation is a heartbreaking practice which violates basic human rights and must be banned worldwide. FGM it's a operation on which the clitoris and genitals are completely cut off. Referring to (www.mtholyoke

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    During the 2012 Olympics in London, Axe Body Spray released a commercial with an Olympic theme called “Hot Putt”. The commercial opens up with a tight shot of a ball placed on a pedestal while a woman is in the background walking towards it. In the shot the abdomen of the woman and her rose-colored red spandex shorts are seen only. The music in the background is very slow and dramatic. As the woman is walking towards the ball the camera lens is focused on her body for the shot until her hand touches

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    Overview of Female Genital Cutting

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    Introduction Female genital cutting (FGC) is an intentional procedure that modifies female genital organs for non-medical purposes and often causes pain and medical complications. More than 125 million girls and women are currently affected by this ritual. This procedure takes place in 29 different countries mainly concentrated in Africa and the Middle East. Generally, female circumcision is done by non-medically trained midwives but, trained medical professionals have been offering their services

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    Ambiguity Of Genitalia

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    occur externally or internally, for example the genitals could be difficult to distinguish as female or male or the internal anatomy of the individual doesn’t correspond with what is visually seen; for instance, male genitalia with female reproductive organs. In most societies, the ideas of gender affect our actions and when someone is born without an easily distinguishable gender it can threaten to set things out of order and to “disambiguate” the situation, the parents of intersex patients are coerced

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