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homosex

(ˌhəʊməʊˈsɛks)
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sexual activity between homosexuals
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The proposed revisions reflect a growing acceptance of the immense variation in human sexual behavior, and the depathologization of some of them, as long as they do not affect public health, said Dr.
This study aimed to investigate whether an upper level seminar in human sexuality would increase students' content related knowledge and whether it would promote acceptance and a greater appreciation for the varieties of typical human sexual behavior in women.
present this multifaceted review of evolutionary influences on human sexual behavior, drawing on cross-cultural research, comparative primate behavior, and neuroendocrine studies.
And what, if anything, serotonin has to do with human sexual behavior is still an open question.
Human sexual behavior is extremely complex and variable; yet it is an issue that fascinates many and inspires quite a bit of scientific investigation.
William Masters and Virginia Johnson were the science gurus of the Sexual Revolution of the 1970's whose research into human sexual behavior explored, usually with experimental rigor, the dynamics of male and female desire and performance.
BOX 13-1 Focus on Fertility: The Kinsey Scale No discussion of human sexual behavior is complete without mentioning the work of famed sexologist Alfred Kinsey (1894-1956).
Sex, Lies, and the Bible: How Human Sexual Behavior is Controlled through the Corruption of the Bible
Frank" Ritter, CLI, Sex, Lies, and the Bible: How Human Sexual Behavior is Controlled Through the Corruption of the Bible is a strident denouncement of humans' use of the Bible to condemn and restrict human sexual behavior.
Two of the definition's eight planks, for example, require that programs teach that sex outside of marriage will likely have harmful physical and psychological effects and that a mutually faithful monogamous marriage is the expected standard of human sexual behavior.
And what about the growing separation of human sexual behavior from reproduction in general, which may well become more or less complete through biotechnology?
He is on the faculty of the psychology department at Case Western Reserve University, where he teaches classes in abnormal child development, human sexual behavior, and psychological assessment.

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