|Statement||[by] W. Norman Pittenger.|
|LC Classifications||BT708 .P56|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
|LC Control Number||79126862|
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 96 pages 22 cm: Contents: The problem of sexuality today --Human personality in the making --Man's sexuality --Love and sexual expression --The heterosexual expression of sexuality --The homosexual expression of sexuality --Frustrations and distortions of sexuality --An ethic of sexuality --God as love. Making sexuality human by W. Norman Pittenger Published by Pilgrim Press in by: 3. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: First edition published The Cushing Library/Women & Gender Studies copy was acquired as part of The Don Kelly Research Collection of Gay Literature and Culture. Human Sexuality: Making Informed Decisions encourages students to take charge of their lives by making deliberate, informed sexual decisions. The book explains how making informed and deliberate decisions involves being aware of the options and consequences of the various choices and taking deliberate action.
Making Sex ends with Freud, who denied the neurological evidence to insist that, as a girl becomes a woman, the locus of her sexual pleasure shifts from the clitoris to the vagina; she becomes what culture demands despite, not because of, the body. Turning Freud’s famous dictum around, Laqueur posits that destiny is anatomy. Taking Sides: Clashing Views in Human Sexuality, 14th Edition by Ryan McKee and Tracie Gilbert and Jayleen Galarza () Preview the textbook, purchase or get a FREE instructor-only desk Edition: The Making of the Modern Body: Sexuality and Society in the Nineteenth Century Volume 14 of Representations (Berkeley, Calif.) Issue 1 of Representations Books: Editors: Catherine Gallagher, Thomas Laqueur: Contributor: Representations (Berkeley, Calif.) Edition: illustrated, reprint: Publisher: University of California Press, ISBN. This book by Bernie Zilbergeld handles about the whole area of male human sexuality. There is nothing that I can think of that is missing from this book. It is readable and understandable by the normal person, i.e. you don't have to be a doctor to read the book and get a lot out of it/5.
Human Sexuality The United Methodist Church affirms “that sexuality is God’s good gift to all persons” in the denomination’s Social Principles. At the General Conference, the Council of Bishops proposed that a commission review every paragraph of the Book of Discipline concerning human sexuality. It is a great book for elementary age kids, and remains a steadfast resource for years. This is mostly a basics book, but it addresses different kinds of love, relationships, and the difference between “love” and “making love.” Easily the best sex ed book for its age group. 5. What’s Happening to Me? by Peter Mayle Appropriate Author: Rory Bristol. Synopsis Provides an understanding of the human reproductive system, the various factors that influence the sexual decisions that every individual make and guides us to making the right sexual decision putting into consideration all the outcomes/consequences of every : Human Sexuality: The Basics presents the core information underlying the vast subject of human sexuality in a concise, no-frills manner that is easy for students to read and comprehend. Not only is this text half the cost and size of other human sexuality texts on the market, it is unique in that it has a chapter on the genetics and inheritance of sexual anatomy, sexual development, and sexual.