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Sex In America: Chapter 7

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Kayla Young

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Transcript of Sex In America: Chapter 7

Religious Influences on Sexual Practices
Chapter 7
Practices & Preferences

Group 4
Kayla Young
Jordan Storey
Juvonte Reddic
Joe VanMeter
Aaron Formby

Sexual Preferences Influenced in Educated
Population
Sexual Practices within
Marriages
Are men's and women's sexual preferences the same or different?
What influences society's moral
uneasiness about certain
sexual
practices?
SEX IN AMERICA
Mass Media influences Both Gender and Racial Sex Preferences
Books & Magazines
Informative Change over each Decade
Men vs Women's appeal
Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky Scandal
Did they REALLY have sex?
Crimes Against Nature

A. If any person carnally knows in any manner any brute animal, or carnally knows any male or female person by the anus or by or with the mouth, or voluntarily submits to such carnal knowledge, he or she shall be guilty of a Class 6 felony, except as provided in subsection B.
Cause I may be bad
But I'm perfectly good at it
Sex in the air
I don't care
I love the smell of it
Sticks and stones
May break my bones
But chains and whips
Excite me

Politics
&
Sex
Rihanna - S&M Lyrics
One in five couples are living in a sexless marriage, meaning having sex fewer than 10 times a year.
Television & Films
Early use of sexual content
Current day sexual content
In the 1920s marriage manuals recommended oral sex to married couples, describing it as "genital kiss". It was presented as something you might do for a partner if you wanted to express physically how intimate and emotionally close you felt.
According to Sex in America married men are ten times more likely than single men to spend 15 minutes or less in a sexual encounter
Single people spend more time than married people having sex.
Non-high school diploma
High school diploma
College educated
Education Progress = Sexual Exploration
Conservative Protestants were less likely to have engaged in any oral sex, as compared to other religions, for both men and women. There is a greater tendency to have tried anal sex among people with no religion. Catholic men tend to engage in anal intercourse more than other religious men.
Mainstream Music Media
The amount of music that 8-18 year olds listen to has increased by 45% (iPods / mp3)
Today's music is very sexual in content (repetition of lyrics)
Songs display different sexual practices & preferences
Music can be very seductive controling sex drives
Teens tend to over estimate the sexual activity of their peers
Teenagers preference in sexual referenced songs are more likely to engage in sexual activities and intercourse
Fun fact: Those who enjoy Jazz have 34% more sex than those who prefer Pop ( the sax seems to work)
Monthly Frequency of Religion Based Sexual Encounters

Educated Society & Their Other Sexual Preferences
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