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    Human Sexuality Sexual Attraction Vanessa M. Morrison Columbia College Human Sexuality Sexual Attraction Introduction Sexual attraction is an everyday part of life that has different effects on each person. In the following paper I am going to discuss the different types of sexual attraction for adolescences ages 12-20, early adulthood ages 20-30, mature adulthood 30-65, and older adults age 65 and older. Sexual attraction: which sex are you attracted to, or are you attracted to both men and

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    Introduction Sexual attraction is an everyday part of life that has different effects on each person. In the following paper I am going to discuss the different types of sexual attraction for adolescences ages 12-20, early adulthood ages 20-30, mature adulthood 30-65, and older adults age 65 and older. Definition Sexual attraction refers to desirability as it relates to a sexual connection; individuals are sexually attracted to those they would perceive as a mate in some way. This attraction can be

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    ITEM 1 Homosexuality is romantic attraction, sexual attraction or sexual behavior between members of the same sex or gender. WHAT IS HOMOSEXUAL Paraphrase: Attracted by the same sex or gender is called Homosexual. Adam, Barry (1987). The Rise of a Gay and Lesbian Movement, G. K. Hall & Co. ISBN 0-8057-9714-9 ITEM 2 "Homosexuals are dangerous as teachers or youth leaders because they try to get sexually involved with children" or that "Homosexuals try to play sexually with children if they cannot

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    ” (Freud cited in Laplanche & Pontalis, 2006, p. 283). Young children at the Oedipal stage may want to possess their mothers, although at that time it may not be sexual. The feelings of jealousy and hatred towards their rivals such as their fathers or other partners can be felt: “To express the matter boldly, it is as though a sexual preference becomes active at an early period, as though the boy regards his father as a rival in love, and as though the girl takes the same attitude toward her mother—a

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    Obviously, it is a very natural thing for men and women to be attracted to each other in sexual ways. Men, more than women, have been historically known to be far more aggressive in their advances toward women sexually and it varies from each woman as to how these aggressive advances make them feel. Advances such as whistling, bottom pinching and glaring are the types of things some men do to women in an attempt to show they are sexually attracted to them. These types of advances can be attempted

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    Scent and Human Pheromones

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    Pheromones are naturally occurring chemical secretions that the fertile body releases externally, which sends messages to potential mates and generates sexual and reproductive responses. Scientists are still uncertain about whether the pheromones have an influence on the sexual life, relationships and physical attraction among humans and those doubts have led to many researches that follow the development of that type of subconscious communication. Biologists have found out that there are four classes

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    attractiveness and sexual desire and distinguish the difference between long-term and short-term relationships. Then, I will discuss the innovation of the current hypothesis. Then, I will briefly discuss the proposed conceptual methods to ideally test this hypothesis. Finally, I will discuss implications and conclusions. Physical attractiveness is generally defined as the degree to which a person's physical traits are considered aesthetically pleasing or beautiful. The term often implies sexual attractiveness

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    Emotional Attraction Research Paper

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    Another aspect of emotional attraction is reciprocity, which by definition has to do with a mutuality of some sort. In respect to attraction, it is the mutual interest. Human beings tend to like those who like them and dislike those who dislike them. The perfect illustration of this effect is the middle school drama scene. Most of us have probably heard or even said a line something to the effect of, “I don’t like her/him because they talked badly of me.” Inversely, when another individual expresses

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    B efore marriage, love or even dating, there is attraction, the unexpected force that draws two people together. Physical attractiveness is the physical traits which are perceived and believed to be aesthetically pleasing or beautiful. There are multiple factors which influence one person to be attracted to another. These factors can vary between many cultures, cultural and social aspects, and individual subjective preferences (Gangestad & Scyheyd, 2005). An individuals perceived attractiveness

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    Much research into interpersonal attraction appears to suggest that a main contributing factor to whether we are attracted to someone or not is physical attractiveness; at least in the initial stages of relationship formation. It has been argued that physical attributes effect interpersonal attraction through the development of a positive sterotype i.e.: The Halo Effect. This is where physical attractive people are seen as being for example, sexually warmer and more sociable, Feingold, 1992.

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