Sexual Psychology

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This textbook is meant to serve as an introduction to the psychological (primarily) and sociological (secondarily) study of human sexuality and related research on intimate relationships. It is appropriate for a undergraduate survey course in sexuality and presumes no prior knowledge.

Table of Contents

Section 1 - Human Sexuality

  1. Introduction and History - Sex. Motivation for human kind. This book will talk a lot about it.
  2. Theories of Sexuality
  3. Who's Doing What
  4. Men and Women
  5. Intimate Relationships
  6. Sexually Transmitted Infections
  7. Special Topics
  8. Does Size Really Matter?
  9. Is there Really a 'G' Spot?

Secton 2 - Contemporary Controversies

  1. Rape
  2. Pornography
  3. Sex Education
  4. Homosexuality, Bisexuality, Transgender

Bibliography

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