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Human sexuality By Robert Colquhoun
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A look at some of the most interesting and contentious issues of human relationships. Subjects include homosexuality, pornography, pre-marital sex and natural family planning.
A Concentric Theory of Human Sexuality By Daniel Poole
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A Concentric Theory of Human Sexuality is an allegorical theory of viewing human sexual relationships, and how those relationships are an expression of identity. It traces this phenomenon as a theory... More > based upon mythologies and religious texts. It is a way of 'thinking' about how male and female are hard-wired in their thinking and feeling about sex and relationships. It contains personal stories and does not offer self-help points at all. It is intended to be a map for helping one discover where they are in a search for identity.< Less
A Concentric Theory of Human Sexuality By Daniel Poole
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A Concentric Theory of Human Sexuality is an allegorical theory of viewing human sexual relationships, and how those relationships are an expression of identity. It traces this phenomenon as a theory... More > based upon mythologies and religious texts. It is a way of 'thinking' about how male and female are hard-wired in their thinking and feeling about sex and relationships. It contains personal stories and does not offer self-help points at all. It is intended to be a map for helping one discover where they are in a search for identity.< Less
Sexual Disconnect Human Sexuality Undergraduate Papers By Dr. Jaquetta Stevens
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In the Argosy University readings, I have studied the issues of James and Yelena a married couple who have struggled with sexual issues, and I’ve learned that James has taken the steps to take... More > Viagra without informing his wife Yelena.< Less
Resources for Shared Conversations around Human Sexuality By The Committee of EGGS
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Resources for Shared Conversations about Human Sexuality
Sexual Paradox: Complementarity, Reproductive Conflict and Human Emergence By Chris King, Christine Fielder
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Unlocks the keys to the paradox of how sexual selection fertilized the explosion of culture, and the resulting fallout, in sexual dominion of man over woman and nature. How sexuality generates the... More > universe, through symmetry-broken complementarity. The implicit conflict of interests of sexual intrigue, in the prisoners' dilemma, and its ecstatic resolution in the cosmology of love. Sexual dominance as a koan for planetary crises. 560 pages containing 270 illustrations.< Less
6 Rules About Human Sexuality Meant to Be Broken By Dorothy Hinton
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Being made as two different human species, a man and a woman is subject to compatibility and is made to connect with each other, often leading into intimate relationships and eventually, getting... More > married. Many characteristics are taken into consideration. All couples are intended to share similar interests, such as in mental growth, spiritual growth, psychological aspects, and of course in a physical or a sharing of intimate moments. These are all considered normal by the society, since it is our nature as human beings. Intimacy begins as early as adolescence, believe it or not. But of course, teenagers begin to get curious sexually, as they grow old. With this ebook discover: - Shocking Ways human sexuality Will Make You Better in Bed - The Ugly Truth About human sexuality - Achieve Victory with These 5 human sexuality Strategies - And More GRAB A COPY TODAY!< Less
Sexual Paradox: Complementarity, Reproductive Conflict and Human Emergence By Chris King, Christine Fielder
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Unlocks the keys to the paradox of how sexual selection fertilized the explosion of culture, and the resulting fallout, in sexual dominion of man over woman and nature. How sexuality generates the... More > universe, through symmetry-broken complementarity. The implicit conflict of interests of sexual intrigue, in the prisoners' dilemma, and its ecstatic resolution in the cosmology of love. Sexual dominance as a koan for planetary crises. 560 pages containing 270 illustrations.< Less
Catholic Laity Speak On Human Sexuality And Belief By Hilarie Roseman
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Author and Researcher Hilarie Roseman, a Catholic woman, presents her communication research and narrates the difficulties of engaging with today’s issues of human sexuality. Catholics of... More > Melbourne, Australia were researched: (a) to ascertain lay Catholic access and acceptance of human sexuality messages from the Catholic Church and secular sources in the mass media; (b) to define the issues of human sexuality that they felt were most important to them. The research also examined lay Catholics to find out if there was any perception of belief change since the implementation of Vatican Council II and to obtain a description of the communication of men and women. One outcome was that many of the respondents thought the Church to be in schism because of confused teaching, lack of understanding of family life, and a falling apart of the congregations. In analysis it is argued that this ‘falling apart’ is a cultural falling apart from the central belief of the Catholic Church, the belief in Jesus Christ.< Less
Catholic Laity Speak on Human Sexuality & Belief By Hilarie Roseman
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Author and Researcher Hilarie Roseman, a Catholic woman, presents her communication research and narrates the difficulties of engaging with today's issues of human sexuality. Catholics of Melbourne,... More > Australia were researched: (a) to ascertain lay Catholic access and acceptance of human sexuality messages from the Catholic Church and secular sources in the mass media; (b) to define the issues of human sexuality that they felt were most important to them. The research also examined lay Catholics to find out if there was any perception of belief change since the implementation of Vatican Council II and to obtain a description of the communication of men and women. One outcome was that many of the respondents thought the Church to be in schism because of confused teaching, lack of understanding of family life, and a falling apart of the congregations. In analysis it is argued that this 'falling apart' is a cultural falling apart from the central belief of the Catholic Church, the belief in Jesus Christ.< Less