Sexuality

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An idea perpetuates in the free spaces of the Internet, one that causes both fury and pity. It is both stated and implied; it empowers and yet weakens: to be a woman in this world is one of the worst things you can ever be. As a society deeply rooted in the patriarchy, much of the world’s mechanics cater to and favor men. Even as we enter a progressive era, sexism remains to be an issue, carried over from generation to generation. It is a type of discrimination that undervalues a certai

‘The History of sexuality’ written by ‘Michel Foucault’ is divided into three volumes. All the three volumes were published before Foucault’s death in 1984 whereas the most popular and commonly referred volume is the first one which is ‘History of Sexuality: An introduction’. (Generation-online.org, n.d.) This book was mostly based on the last two centuries and in this, Foucault discussed in detail various stages through which sex passed, especially emphasizing on the idea of its

The role of family in adolescent sexuality

Proper development of sexuality is vital to adolescence. Thus, the ability to openly communicate with adolescents exhibiting tendency to prematurely engage in sex is important due to its serious short-term and long term repercussions. Because to the reluctance of many adolescents to discuss, only a reassurance of confidentiality and truthful assessme

Thomas Nagel, in his article Sexual Perversion, attempts to understand why certain things are considered sexually perverted, while others are not. In the article, Nagel analyzes different types of sexual acts, as well as desires, and how or why they are considered perverted or not. The strength in Nagel’s argument is not in his definition of sexual perversion, but in his evaluative and amoral analysis of perversion that is based on a psychological perspective. His amoral stance

Thomas Nagel, in his article Sexual Perversion, attempts to understand why certain things are considered sexually perverted, while others are not. In the article, Nagel analyzes different types of sexual acts, as well as desires, and how or why they are considered perverted or not. The strength in Nagel’s argument is not in his definition of sexual perversion, but in his evaluati