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Chapter 5:

Sexual Identity, Behavior, and Relationships

 

 

Part I: Multiple Choice Questions

 

All questions are identified by their type and level of difficulty.

 

Skill Type:

Remember the Facts

Understand the Concepts

Apply What You Know

Analyze It

 

Level of Difficulty:

1=Easy

2=Moderate

3=Difficult

 

Learning Objective:

LO 1-8

 

Learning Objective 1: Identify historical and cultural influences on sexuality

  1. Your membership in certain groups, such as your sex, race, or social class, shapes who you are, the values you hold, and the opportunities and constraints you experience, including with regard to sexuality. This implies:
    1. that sex is biological.
    2. that sex is social. *
    3. the intersex nature of sex.
    4. that the age at menarche is increasing.
    5. that the role of biology in sex is minimal.

 

Answer: B      

TB_03_01_Overview of Historical and Cultural Influences on Sexuality, LO1, Overview of Historical and Cultural Influences on Sexuality, Skill: Understand       the Concepts, Difficulty: 1

 

  1. Among the Mangaia people of Polynesia, both girls and boys are expected to have a high level of sexual desire in early adolescence. In contrast to the Mangaia, the Dani of New Guinea show little interest in sex beyond what is needed for reproduction. This illustrates:
    1. that sex is social. *
    2. the intersex nature of sex.
    3. that the age at menarche is increasing.
    4. that biology has no role in sex.
    5. that sex is biological.

 

Answer: A

TB_05_02_Overview of Historical and Cultural Influences on Sexuality, LO1, Overview of Historical and Cultural Influences on Sexuality, Skill: Understanding the Concepts, Difficulty: 1

 

  1. The images of early American sexuality are of prim and proper Puritans and sexually repressed Victorians. Who perpetuated these views?
    1. individual husbands
    2. individual wives
    3. religious and medical authorities *
    4. peer groups
    5. personal desires

 

Answer: C

TB_05_03_Overview of Historical and Cultural Influences on Sexuality, LO1, Overview of Historical and Cultural Influences on Sexuality, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 2

 

  1. What were the views towards masturbation in early America?
  2. Unheard of for women and men
  3. Thought to be natural for men
  4. Accepted for both women and men
  5. Accepted as natural for women among the upper class
  6. Unheard of for women, thought to be dangerous and unhealthy for men *

 

Answer: E

TB_05_04_Overview of Historical and Cultural Influences on Sexuality, LO1, Overview of Historical and Cultural Influences on Sexuality, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 2

 

Learning Objective 2: Recognize how biology and culture shape our sexual selves

 

  1. Sex refers to __________ and gender refers to __________.
    1. role in reproduction; sexual orientation
    2. whether a person is sexually active; role in reproduction
    3. culturally and socially constructed differences between the meanings, beliefs, and practices associated with femininity and masculinity; role in reproduction
    4. sexual orientation; age of menarche
    5. role in reproduction; culturally and socially constructed differences between the meanings, beliefs, and practices associated with femininity and masculinity *

 

Answer: E

TB_05_05_Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, LO2, Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, Skill: Understand the Concepts, Difficulty: 2

 

  1. Marty was born with sexual anatomy that does not fit the typical definitions of what is considered female or male. He has some features of both. This term is called:
    1. dual-sex.
    2. *
    3. same-sex.

 

Answer: B

TB_05_06_Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, LO2, Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, Skill: Apply What You Know, Difficulty: 2

 

  1. Individuals who manifest characteristics, behaviors, or self-expressions associated typically with the other gender are called:
    1. dual-sex.
    2. *
    3. same-sex.

 

Answer: C

TB_05_07_Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, LO2, Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, Skill: Understand the Concepts, Difficulty: 1

 

  1. Current estimates of the prevalence of transsexualism are about 1 in __________ for biological males and 1 in __________ for biological females.
    1. 10,000; 30,000 *
    2. 4,000; 100,000
    3. 30,000; 20,000
    4. 50,000; 20,000
    5. 1 million; 500,000

 

Answer: A

TB_05_08_Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, LO2, Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 3

 

  1. Kate’s __________ is female, her __________ is feminine, and her __________ is homosexual.
    1. sex; sexual orientation; intersex
    2. gender; sex; sexual orientation
    3. sex; gender; intersex
    4. sex; gender; sexual orientation *
    5. gender; gendered expectation; sexual orientation.

 

Answer: D

TB_05_09_Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, LO2, Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, Skill: Understand the Concepts, Difficulty: 2

 

  1. Dwayne is married to Jolene; however, he was curious about sex with a man and decided to try it once. Which of the following best describes Dwayne?
    1. He has a homosexual identity.
    2. He has a heterosexual identity. *
    3. He has a bisexual identity.
    4. He has a transgender identity.
    5. He doesn’t have an identity.

 

Answer: B

TB_05_10_Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, LO2, Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, Skill: Understand the Concepts, Difficulty: 2

 

  1. Which of the following is TRUE regarding sexual orientation?
    1. Sexual orientation is likely caused by a complex set of biological (genetics and hormones) and social factors. *
    2. About 10-15 percent of the population identify themselves as gay or lesbian in surveys.
    3. Women are far more likely than men to identify as homosexual.
    4. About two-thirds of Americans believe that homosexuality is morally unacceptable.
    5. Homophobia refers to a homosexual identity.

 

Answer: A

TB_05_11_Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, LO2, Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 3

 

Learning Objective 3: Compare and contrast sexual scripts

 

  1. The norms or rules regarding sexual behavior are called:
    1. normative standards.
    2. male female expectations (MFE).
    3. personal and social scripts (PSS).
    4. dyad expectations.
    5. sexual scripts. *

 

Answer: E

TB_05_12_Sexual Scripts, LO3, Sexual Scripts, Skill: Understand the Concepts, Difficulty: 1

 

  1. Our culture prohibits sex with animals, children, and, unless you live in a few selected counties in Nevada, someone to whom you have paid money. It does not prohibit sex among unmarried people or those of different religious faiths, races, or ethnic backgrounds. These norms or rules are called:
    1. male female expectations (MFE).
    2. personal and social scripts (PSS).
    3. dyad expectations.
    4. sexual scripts. *
    5. normative standards.

 

Answer: D

TB_05_12_Sexual Scripts, LO3, Sexual Scripts, Skill: Apply What You Know, Difficulty: 2

 

  1. We learn our sexual scripts from several sources. Which is NOT one of these sources?
    1. The culture in which we live
    2. Peers
    3. Media
    4. Communication with a partner
    5. Menarche *

 

Answer: E

TB_05_12_Sexual Scripts, LO3, Sexual Scripts, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 2

 

Learning Objective 4: Explain the double standard

 

  1. Men are granted far more leeway in sexual behavior than are women, and this is referred to as:
    1. the double standard. *
    2. open standards.
    3. double jeopardy.
    4. male female expectations (MFE).
    5. dyad expectations.

 

Answer: A

TB_05_15_Studying Human Sexuality, LO4, Studying Human Sexuality, Skill: Understand the Concepts, Difficulty: 1

 

  1. Which of the following is a component of the male script?
    1. Women should make themselves sexually attractive to men to get their attention, but they should not make themselves too attractive.
    2. Men should know how to please a woman.
    3. A man’s looks are relatively unimportant, but his status is enhanced if he is with a beautiful woman. *
    4. Good girls do not plan in advance to have sex or initiate it.
    5. Women should not know too much about sex or be too experienced.

 

Answer: C

TB_05_16_Studying Human Sexuality, LO4, Studying Human Sexuality, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 2

 

  1. Which is TRUE regarding the double standard?
    1. It has almost been eliminated over the past decade, especially among adolescents.
    2. Both men and women uphold the double standard. *
    3. The double standard causes confusion over male sexuality.
    4. The example regarding Viagra and birth control pills in Japan show the decline of the double standard.
    5. Men have more sexual partners, but it is women who are more likely to report that they enjoy sex a great deal.

 

Answer: B

TB_05_17_Studying Human Sexuality, LO4, Studying Human Sexuality, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 3

 

Learning Objective 5: Summarize the study of human sexuality

 

  1. Estelle works at the Kinsey Institute and researches human sexuality. Her title is probably:
    1. psychosexual theorist.
    2. *

 

Answer: B

TB_05_18_Studying Human Sexuality, LO5, Studying Human Sexuality, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 1

 

  1. __________ believed we are all born with biologically-based sex drives. These drives must be channeled through socially approved outlets, he believed; otherwise, the individual will experience conflict within himself or herself, with the family, or with society at large.
    1. Masters and Johnson
    2. Alfred Kinsey
    3. Sigmund Freud *
    4. The National Opinion Research Center
    5. John Lee

 

Answer: C

TB_05_19_Studying Human Sexuality, LO5, Studying Human Sexuality, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 2

 

  1. __________ is/are known for the understanding of the sexual response cycle—(1) desire; (2) excitement; (3) orgasm; and (4) resolution—and found that men and women experience these states in a similar fashion. This work enlightened us about the source of women’s pleasure—the clitoris—and debunked previous myths that some women have orgasms originating in their vaginas.
    1. Masters and Johnson *
    2. Alfred Kinsey
    3. Sigmund Freud
    4. The National Opinion Research Center
    5. John Lee

 

Answer: A

TB_05_20_Studying Human Sexuality, LO5, Studying Human Sexuality, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 2

 

Learning Objective 6: Explain sexual expression throughout our lives

 

  1. When do we become sexual beings?
    1. infancy *
    2. young childhood (ages 5 to 7)
    3. preteen (ages 11-12)
    4. puberty
    5. adulthood

 

Answer: A

TB_05_21_Sexual Expression throughout Our Lives, LO6, Sexual Expression throughout Our Lives, Skill: Remember the    Facts, Difficulty: 1

 

  1. Which of the following statements does NOT describe adolescents’ sexual experience?
    1. Nearly half of young teens do not believe oral sex is “as big a deal” as intercourse and they do not see it as spoiling virginity.
    2. By the end of high school, about two-thirds of young men and women have had intercourse.
    3. About 750,000 U.S. women under age 20 become pregnant each year, resulting in about 435,000 births.
    4. Teenage mothers are more likely to die in childbirth than are older mothers, and their infants are more likely to be of low birth weight and die within the first month of life.
    5. Teenage birthrates have been slowly rising since 1990. *

 

Answer: E

TB_05_22_Sexual Expression throughout Our Lives, LO6, Sexual Expression Throughout Our Lives, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 3

 

  1. Teenage births:
    1. occur to nearly 100,000 women a year.
    2. have most sharply declined among Blacks between 1991 and 2008. *
    3. have risen for all groups expect for Whites between 1991 and 2008.
    4. can be quite dangerous for the baby, although maternal outcomes are not significantly different from those of older women.
    5. have increased since 1991 because of the decline in stigma associated with births outside of marriage and the highly publicized pregnancies of several celebrity teens.

 

Answer: B

TB_05_23_Sexual Expression throughout Our Lives, LO6, Sexual Expression Throughout Our Lives, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 3

 

  1. With respect to premarital sex:
    1. attitudes have become more disapproving since 2000.
    2. three-quarters of Americans believe that it is only “sometimes or not at all wrong.”
    3. by age 25, 88 percent of women and 89 percent of men have engaged in premarital sex. *
    4. older people are more likely than younger people to approve of premarital sex.
    5. casual sex is becoming less common.

 

Answer: C

TB_05_24_Sexual Expression throughout Our Lives, LO 6, Sexual Expression Throughout Our Lives, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 3

 

  1. Michael often engages in casual sexual interactions with women without any expectations of commitment. This is called:
    1. sexual scripts.
    2. wheel theory.
    3. hooking up. *

 

Answer: D

TB_05_25_Sexual Expression throughout Our Lives, LO6, Sexual Expression Throughout Our Lives, Skill: Apply What You Know, Difficulty: 1

 

  1. Research on the sexual relationships of gays and lesbians reveals:
    1. both gays and lesbians are non-monogamous by choice because they value love and commitment less than do heterosexual couples.
    2. they try to recruit others to their sexual orientation.
    3. they are more different from than similar to heterosexual relationships.
    4. lesbians may engage in sex less frequently than gay men or heterosexual women, although this may be a function of the way that “sex” is defined. *
    5. most lesbians enjoy sex less than do heterosexual women.

 

Answer: D

TB_05_26_Sexual Expression throughout Our Lives, LO6, Sexual Expression Throughout Our Lives, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 2

 

Learning Objective 7: Discuss sexual satisfaction in committed relationships

 

  1. With respect to sex in marriage:
    1. a review of television primetime shows in the early 1990s revealed that less than one in ten sex scenes shown were between married couples. *
    2. most married people are unhappy with their sex lives.
    3. about 12 percent of the population believes that extramarital sex is not wrong at all.
    4. married couples have sex about three times per month on average.
    5. among men, increased relationship satisfaction leads to increased sexual satisfaction, but among women, increased sexual satisfaction leads to increased relationship satisfaction.

 

Answer: A

TB_05_27_Sexual Expression throughout Our Lives, LO6, Sexual Expression Throughout Our Lives, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 3

 

  1. Approximately what percentage of men age 65 to 74 is still sexually active?
    1. about 10 percent
    2. about a quarter
    3. about a third
    4. about half
    5. about two-thirds *

 

Answer: E

TB_05_28_Sexual Expression throughout Our Lives, LO6, Sexual Expression Throughout Our Lives, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 2

 

Learning Objective 8: Identify sex as a social problem

 

  1. Which is TRUE regarding sexually transmitted infections (STIs)?
    1. Approximately 5 million new cases are reported each year.
    2. STIs are personal problems rather than social problems.
    3. HPV is estimated to be the most common STI even though chlamydia is the most commonly reported *
    4. STI rates tend to be highest among Whites and Hispanics and lower among Blacks and Asian-Americans.
    5. Gonorrhea receives more media attention than any other STI because it is so deadly and because of the political implications surrounding its discovery and

 

Answer: C

TB_05_29_Sex as a Social Problem: Sexually Transmitted Infections, LO8, Sex as a Social Problem: Sexually Transmitted Infections, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 2

 

  1. HIV/AIDS:
    1. was first recognized in the late 1960s.
    2. at first seemed to be confined to few groups: gay men, people with hemophilia, and Haitians. *
    3. was caused by a man having sexual intercourse with a monkey.
    4. infects about 12,000 new people in the U.S. every year.
    5. now can be cured with specific drug injections.

 

Answer: B

TB_05_30_Sex as a Social Problem: Sexually Transmitted Infections, LO8, Sex as a Social Problem: Sexually Transmitted Infections, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 2

 

Part II: True – False Questions

 

Level of Difficulty: A ranking of “1” relies upon recall of definitions; a ranking of “2” or “3” requires application or recall of more complex information.

 

  1. Sexual attitudes can be quite different across cultures, although sexual behaviors are the same.

Answer: F

TB_05_31_Overview of Historical and Cultural Influences on Sexuality, LO1, Overview of Historical and Cultural Influences on Sexuality, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 2

 

  1. Those born with genitalia that do not clearly identify them as unambiguously male or female are intersexed.

Answer: T

TB_05_32_Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, LO2, Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 1

 

  1. William feels more comfortable expressing feminine traits than masculine ones, including dressing as a woman when he can. William may be transgender.

Answer: T

TB_05_33_Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, LO2, Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, Skill: Apply What You Know, Difficulty: 1

 

  1. Individuals who undergo sex reassignment surgery and hormone treatments are transsexuals.

Answer: T

TB_05_34_Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, LO2, Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 1

 

  1. Studies have found that identical twins, who share genetic material, are more likely to be gay or lesbian than other siblings.

Answer: T

TB_05_35_Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, LO2, Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 2

 

  1. The norms or rules regarding sexual behavior are called menarche.

Answer: F

TB_05_36_Sexual Scripts, LO3, Sexual Scripts, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 1

 

  1. Somewhere between half to three-quarters of women do not have orgasms from sexual intercourse.

Answer: T

TB_05_37_Studying Human Sexuality, LO4, Studying Human Sexuality, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 2

 

  1. A sexologist is someone who studies human sexuality.

Answer: T

TB_05_38_Studying Human Sexuality, LO5, Studying Human Sexuality, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 1

 

  1. We become sexual around the age of 12 or 13.

Answer: F

TB_05_39_Sexual Expression throughout Our Lives, LO6, Sexual Expression Throughout Our Lives, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 2

 

  1. The majority of people in all age groups no longer see premarital sex as wrong

Answer: F

TB_05_40_Sexual Expression throughout Our Lives, LO6, Sexual Expression Throughout Our Lives, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 2

 

  1. Men and women are equally likely to find hooking up pleasurable.

Answer: F

TB_05_41_Sexual Expression throughout Our Lives, LO6, Sexual Expression Throughout Our Lives, Skill: Remembering the Facts, Difficulty: 2

 

  1. Most married people are sexually active, and most report being quite satisfied with the sexual aspects of their relationship.

Answer: T

TB_05_42_Sexual Expression throughout Our Lives, LO6, Sexual Expression Throughout Our Lives, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 1

 

  1. Among people aged 75 to 85, about 10 percent remain sexually active.

Answer: F

TB_05_43_Sexual Expression throughout Our Lives, LO6, Sexual Expression Throughout Our Lives, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 2

 

  1. Nearly 20 million people become infected with a sexually transmitted infection (STI) each year.

Answer: T

TB_05_44_Sex as a Social Problem: Sexually Transmitted Infections, LO8, Sex as a Social Problem: Sexually Transmitted Infections, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 2

 

  1. No new cases of HIV/AIDS were reported last year in the United States, yet there were about 5,500 deaths from those who were already infected.

Answer: F

TB_05_45_Sex as a Social Problem: Sexually Transmitted Infections, LO8, Sex as a Social Problem: Sexually Transmitted Infections, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 2

 

Part III: Short Answer/Fill in the Blank Questions

 

Level of Difficulty: A ranking of “1” relies upon recall of definitions; a ranking of “2” or “3” requires application or recall of more detailed or complex information.

 

  1. List three factors that influenced emerging sexual norms in the early 20th

Answer: Urbanization, industrialization, expanded education, new technologies, and women working outside the home influenced emerging sexual norms.

TB_05_46_Overview of Historical and Cultural Influences on Sexuality, LO1, Overview of Historical and Cultural Influences on Sexuality, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 3

 

  1. Those individuals who manifest characteristics, behaviors, or self-expressions associated typically with the other gender are called:

Answer: transgender

TB_05_47_Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, LO2, Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 1

 

  1. __________ harbor a deep sense of discomfort about their sex and wish to live fully as members of the other sex.

Answer: Transsexuals

TB_05_48_Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, LO2, Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 1

 

  1. The situation where Matthew Shepard, a young gay man in Wyoming who was tied to a fence, pistol-whipped, and left to die in 1998, epitomizes __________.

Answer: homophobia or anti-gay prejudice

TB_05_48_Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, LO2, Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, Skill: Apply What You Know, Difficulty: 2

 

  1. Where do we learn our sexual scripts?

Answer: The culture in which we live, including our parents, our friends, the mass media, and the dominant religion practiced; the interpersonal communication between us and our partner; our personal views of sex, based on feelings, desires, and fantasies.

TB_05_50_Sexual Scripts, LO3, Sexual Scripts, Skill: Remembering the Facts, Difficulty: 3

 

  1. List 4 components of the female sexual script.

Answer: (1) Women should make themselves sexually attractive to men to get their attention, but they should not make themselves too attractive. (2) Women’s genitals are mysterious. (3) Women should not know too much about sex or be too experienced. (4) Good girls do not plan in advance to have sex or initiate it. (5) Women should not talk about sex. (6) Men should know how to please a woman. (7) Sexual intercourse is supposed to lead to orgasm and other stimulation should be unnecessary.

TB_05_51_Gender and Sexual Scripts: The Double Standard, LO3, Gender and Sexual Scripts: The Double Standard, Skill: Remembering the Facts, Difficulty: 3

 

  1. _____________ is, in many ways, the female counterpart of the penis. One difference, however, is that it serves no known purpose but providing sexual pleasure.

Answer: The clitoris

TB_05_52_Gender and Sexual Scripts: The Double Standard, LO3, Gender and    Sexual Scripts: The Double Standard, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 1

 

  1. What was Kinsey’s greatest contribution to the study of sexual orientation?

Answer: He moved the discussion of sexual orientation away from a simple dichotomy and instead developed a 7-point classification scheme, ranging from 0 (entirely heterosexual) to 6 (entirely homosexual). His research showed that a surprising number of people are not really 0’s or 6’s—meaning entirely heterosexual or entirely homosexual, but instead are somewhat more towards the middle.

TB_05_53_Studying Human Sexuality, LO4, Studying Human Sexuality, Skill: Understanding the Concepts, Difficulty: 3

 

  1. When do we first become sexual beings?

Answer: In infancy

TB_05_54_Sexual Expression throughout Our Lives, LO6, Sexual Expression Throughout Our Lives, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 1

 

  1. Briefly describe the trends in teen births between 1991 and 2008, noting racial and ethnic differences.

Answer: The trend in teen births has declined significantly among all racial and ethnic groups, although the rate has fluctuated over the past few years. The decline was largest among Black teens.

TB_05_55_Sexual Expression throughout Our Lives, LO6, Sexual Expression Throughout Our Lives, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 3

 

  1. Casual sexual interactions among people without any expectations of commitment are called:

Answer: hook ups

TB_05_56_Sexual Expression throughout Our Lives, LO6, Sexual Expression Throughout Our Lives, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 1

 

  1. Which number is higher, the percentage of adults who believe extramarital sex is not wrong at all, or the percentage of adults who have engaged in extramarital sex? Provide the numbers for evidence.

Answer: The percentage of adults who engaged in extramarital sex is larger (15 percent of married women and 22 percent of married men, as compared to only 2 percent who say it is not wrong at all).

TB_05_57_Sexual Expression throughout Our Lives, LO6, Sexual Expression Throughout Our Lives, Skill: Understand the Concepts, Difficulty: 2

 

  1. At what age do people generally give up sex?

Answer: never

TB_05_58_Sexual Expression throughout Our Lives, LO7, Sexual Expression Throughout Our Lives, Skill: Understand the Concepts, Difficulty: 1

 

  1. List four sexually transmitted infections.

Answer: (1) chlamydia; (2) genital human papillomavirus (HPV); (3) herpes; (4) trichomoniasis; (5) gonorrhea; (6) syphilis; (7) pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), and (8) HIV/AIDS.

TB_05_59_Sex as a Social Problem: Sexually Transmitted Infections, LO8, Sex as a Social Problem: Sexually Transmitted Infections, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 3

 

  1. What is the most common way that men and women contact HIV/AIDS?

Answer: Men are most likely to get HIV/AIDS through male-to-male sexual contact, whereas females are most likely to contract the disease through heterosexual contact.

TB_05_60_Sex as a Social Problem: Sexually Transmitted Infections, LO8, Sex as a Social Problem: Sexually Transmitted Infections, Skill: Remember the Facts, Difficulty: 2

 

Part IV: Essay Questions

 

  1. What is the difference between sex, gender, and sexual orientation? How do macro-level factors influence these different areas of sexuality?

TB_05_61_Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, LO2, Our Sexual Selves: Biology and Culture Intertwined, Skill: Analyze It, Difficulty: 3

 

  1. Compare and contrast the sexual scripts for men and women. How do you relate to your sexual script?

TB_05_62_Gender and Sexual Scripts: The Double Standard, LO3, Gender and Sexual Scripts: The Double Standard, Skill: Analyze It and Apply What You Know, Difficulty: 3

 

  1. Explain the double standard. What evidence do you have that it still exists, and what are its consequences?

TB_05_63_Gender and Sexual Scripts: The Double Standard, LO3, Gender and    Sexual Scripts: The Double Standard, Skill: Analyze It, Difficulty: 3

 

  1. Describe the trends in teenage pregnancy and motherhood. What factors may account for these trends?

TB_05_64_Sexual Expression throughout Our Lives, LO7, Sexual Expression Throughout Our Lives, Skill: Understand the Concepts and Analyze It, Difficulty: 3

 

  1. Describe the research evidence that people stay sexual throughout their lives.

TB_05_65_Sexual Expression throughout Our Lives, LO7, Sexual Expression Throughout Our Lives, Skill: Understand the Concepts and Analyze It, Difficulty: 3

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