Psyc Week One Lecture Notes
Psyc Week One Lecture Notes Psyc 2070
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Exploring Human Sexuality Chapter 1 Today • Last Class Summary of Responses • Inﬂuence of Ancient Cultures • Inﬂuence of Religion • US History In Class Activity-Last Class • Every-day terms for: • Sex / sexual • Female genitalia • Male genitalia relaDons • KiQy- Kat • “Woah-Now” • Shag • Va-jay-jay • Anaconda/python • Choking the • TooDe • Twig & berries chicken • Purse • Ding-a-ling • Knocking-da-boots • Monkey • Mandingo • Cooking up kids • Cooter • Winky • Making copies • Taco • Eggplant • Rocking the boat • Gina • Willy Wonka • Tossing the Salad • Lady bits • Lollipop • Shacking up • Box • Peter • NeKlix & Chill • Pinky • Pocket-Rocket • Bumping Uglies • Down there • Giblets • Deﬂowering • Mushroom Dp • Making Love Early Evolution of Human Sexuality • EvoluDon to upright posture • Emphasis on diﬀerent body parts Western Society In?luenced • Early CivilizaDons • Hebraic (Hebrew) • Greek • Roman The Hebrews (1000—200 BC ) • Hebrew Bible had explicit rules • Forbade adultery • Forbade male homosexual intercourse • Forbade incestuous relaDons • Many a]tudes carried into ChrisDanity The Greeks (1000—200 BC ) • More sexually permissive than the Hebrews • Pederasty • Male form idealized The Romans (500 BC—700 AD ) • Permissive a]tudes toward homosexuality & bisexuality • Marriage and sex were ways to improve economic and social standing • Wives encouraged husbands to have slaves for sexual release India ( beginning about 400 BC ) • • Karma – cycle of birth and rebirth • Goal: live a just life, marry, procreate • Patriarchal social system • • Nature of love & family • Moral guidance in love & sex • Sexual techniques China (beginning about 200 BC ) • Tao – the basic unity and interdependence of the universe • Yang: masculine, asserDve, limited e • Sexual instrucDon and manuals common • UDlized drugs and sexual devices Early Christianity ( bout 50 AD ) • Jesus – liberal in thinking about sexuality and its punishment for transgressions • Later followers (e.g., St. Paul) established the dominant Western view of condemnaDon • Highest love is that for God • Celibacy and chasDty idealized • AssociaDon of sexuality with sin The Middle Ages (500AD-1400AD) Church’s inﬂuence grows • 1050-1150: sexuality was liberalized • 1215: Church began confession and penance • 1200s: Thomas Aquinas argued sex organs were for procreaDon; condemned homosexuality Islam: A New Religion (about 500 AD) • Spread across Asia, Africa, and parts of Europe • Patriarchal • Emphasized modesty • Sex within marriage strongly encouraged Public Opinion Changes • Renaissance • ReformaDon (About 1500 AD) • Enlightenment (About 1700 AD) • Victorian Era (1800s) • Puritans (About 1600) The US (1600s-1800s) • The LiberalizaDon of Sex (1700) The US (1600s-1800s) • Slavery ( 1600s-1800) • Female indentured servants & slaves commonly raped • AnDmicsegenaDon laws passed • Sexuality of minoriDes was used to oppress them • Myth of slave promisc ity th Milestones in 19 Century US • 1820s: free love movement • 1852-1904: Mormons pracDced polygamy • Late 1800s: Medical model of sexuality • Women ruled by their wombs; ovarectomies • Homosexuality an illness, not a sin th Milestones in 19 Century US • Comstock Act of 1873 – prohibited mailing obscene wriDng or ads, including contracepDve informaDon and artwork containing nudity Social Hygiene Movement (began 1905) • Promiscuous husbands transmiQed STIs to wives • ProsDtuDon arrests • Sex educaDon th Sexology (early-mid 20 century) • ScienDﬁc pursuit to understand human sexuality • DemysDﬁed sex, but disliked by moral crusaders The Sexual Revolutions- 1920s The Sexual Revolutions-1960s Feminism (Early 1900s-?) • Margaret Sanger – “It is none of society’s business what a woman shall do with her body” Gay Liberation For Next Week • No Class Monday • Extra Credit Assignment on Bright Space Due 1/22 • Read Ch 2
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