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Sula and Walden Two Issue

By looking at attitudes towards sex and sexuality in a given community, one can begin to see what one generation passes down to the next. This highlights how personal ideas about sex and sexuality are constructs we receive from the ones who raise us. This glimpse into a community can tell us a lot about […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1284 Topics: Adolescence, Henry David Thoreau, Human Sexuality, Marriage, Walden

The Topic of Human Sexuality is such a Complex

The topic of human sexuality is such a complex and vast discourse. Human sexuality is a wide encompassing area of study that includes the disciplines of science, psychology, and medicine and many more. The opinions and experiences surrounding sexuality are unique and personal to everyone. The subject itself has been a large topic of discussion […]

Pages: 7 Words: 1954 Topics: Christianity, Human Sexuality, Marriage
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Women and Islam

This chapter of the Quran is named “”Women”” for the many references throughout the chapter to women and rules for which they, and men, must follow in their daily lives. Once Muslims had migrated to Medina, they established their Muslim community with the Prophet Muhammad as their leader. Soon thereafter a set of rules and […]

Pages: 8 Words: 2491 Topics: Islam, Marriage

In Sexuality and Islam, Dialmy

In Sexuality and Islam, Dialmy (2010) explains the current view on human sexuality by Muslims. The author achieves this aim by describing the current sexual practices observed by Muslims, the extent to which the current practice differs from Islam sexual norms, and what the Sunna and Koran define as sexual norms. According to Dialmy’s (2010), […]

Pages: 2 Words: 585 Topics: Gender, Homosexuality, Human Sexuality, Islam, Marriage, Sex, Social Norm

Social Status and Justice in Ancient Civilizations

While much progress has been made towards a fair and equal democratic justice system over the course of the last four millennia, the concept of justice during the Age of Antiquity was unquestionably highly dependent on one’s social status. The availability of a just consideration within society, whether it be in regard to the laws […]

Pages: 8 Words: 2289 Topics: Citizenship, Civilization, Crime, Justice, Marriage, Social Status
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