Writing sex Essays

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Real Talk about Sex Education

When it comes to sex education it can be awkward to teach. Although, it is natural form of reproduction, the majority of the topic is discussed in sex-education courses. The approaches for sex education are restrictive and comprehensive sex education with the following of being abstinence only and abstinence plus respectively. Restrictive sex education teaches […]

Pages: 2 Words: 462 Topics: Health, Human Sexuality, Public Health, Sex, Sex Education, Sexuality

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
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Abstinence-only Sex Education

The United States government claims that abstinence-only is the best form of sexual education, however I believe that abstinence-only programs are counterproductive. They ignore contraceptive effectiveness, disregard spreading of sexually transmitted infections, and prevent the exploration of sexuality. Abstinence-only sexual education is ideologically skewed because it focuses on teaching only about abstinence and how to […]

Pages: 3 Words: 1046 Topics: Birth Control, Health, Human Sexuality, Public Health, Sex, Sex Education, Sexuality

Florida’s Sex Education School Policies

Abstract The purpose of this paper is to provide information about sex education policies governed by the state of Florida. Sex education is a controversial topic and has been so throughout history. Florida laws as it pertains to sex education require schools to educate school aged children with basic awareness of sexual abstinence. There are […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1380 Topics: Adolescence, Health, Human Sexuality, Public Health, Sex, Sex Education, Sexuality

Sex Education and Gender Identity

Could you imagine a society in which we are all separated by gender? Single-sex schools might be the first step in this direction. Gender-segregated schools have both advantages and disadvantages, but the downsides are more notable. Although some people believe that single-sex schools are better for both male and female students, research has shown single-sex […]

Pages: 2 Words: 563 Topics: Sex, Sex Education, Social Issues

Comprehensive Sex Education should be Mandatory in U.S Public Schools

It is extremely important that people are educated on the topic of sexual health. It would be best for teenagers to get this education while they are in school, as it is the best opportunity for adolescents to access formal information. Even though many believe that is highly inappropriate and unnecessary, there is no denying […]

Pages: 2 Words: 639 Topics: Health, Human Sexuality, Public Health, Sex, Sex Education, Sexuality, Teenage Pregnancy

Issue of Sex-Selective Abortion

Sex-selective abortion is the practice of ending a pregnancy due to the predicted gender of the baby. It has been occurring for centeriues in many countries many people believe that males are more valuable than females. This practice has been happening in many Asian countries but even in the US many Asians still hold strong […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2010 Topics: Abortion, Family, Gender, Gender Equality, Sex, Social Issues

Harry Benjamin: a Pioneer in Transgender Care

Early Life and Education Harry Benjamin was born in Berlin, Germany on January 12, 1885 to a German mother and Jewish father. He was the oldest of three siblings. His father converted to Lutheranism shortly before Dr. Benjamin’s birth. Dr. Benjamin enjoyed opera from a young age, and was enamored with singer Geraldine Farrar, who […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1944 Topics: Gender, Lgbt, Sex, Transgender

“Born Gay” Michael Abrams

In the article “Born Gay” Michael Abrams proposes question why men become gay. Is this due to the gay gene/genes or due to the environment where they grew up or other biological traits? Is being a homosexual is nature or nurture? He was looking at several researches and projects to find the answer. The author […]

Pages: 1 Words: 427 Topics: Genetics, Homosexuality, Human Sexuality, Nature versus nurture, Sex

The Case of Transgenderism

Since the very introduction of Gender Identity Disorder (GID) to the DSM (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders), many controversies have been made apparent. LGBTQA activists have years since said it was a poorly veiled, discriminatory attempt to restore the category of homosexuality, or promote “preventative treatment.” Because of this controversy, GID is now […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1672 Topics: Gender, Lgbt, Medicine, Sex, Transgender

Gender Identity and Expression

Deep inside the young minds of our students are the seeds of growth and responsibility. They would like to foresee themselves as being productive and effective members of their community and our society. Parents and guardians of our young adolescents have profound provision of commitment of guiding and supporting them to reach their greatest potentials […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1266 Topics: Gender, Lgbt, Sex, Social Issues, Transgender

Gender Problems in our Society

Over the years gender has been a problem in our society that we cannot avoid. We live in a society based on two and only two sex categories (male and female) leading to sex itself being a socially constructed category. Gender refers to the socially constructed characteristic of men and women, such as roles, norms […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1809 Topics: Gender, Gender Roles, Patriarchy, Racism, Sex, Social Norm, Transgender

Are we Living are Potential?

When were brought into this world we already have certain expectations asked from us. We are brought up to have patriarchy mentally we are influenced by the people around us. How is it that we are shifting from patriarchy to matriarchy what is making us shift are women being bolder or are men realizing that […]

Pages: 3 Words: 1047 Topics: Critical Theory, Feminism, Gender, Gender Equality, God, Patriarchy, Sex, Sexism