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SOC395H1 Lecture 2: Jan 21 - Sexology

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SOC395 GENDER AND SEXUALITY January 21, 2016 Lecture 2: Sexology Based on ideologies; reflects on class, race, cultural background on its researchers Heterosexual 1892 First use of the term by James Kiernan Meant sexual attraction between men and women oSexual attraction for woman was a mans desire and the other way around oNo role for pleasure for sexual practice Reproductive aim oMark of normality oWhen the acts of sexuality veered from reproductivity; abnormality raised 1893 Krafft Ebing oHeterosexual as opposite sex love Pleasure in sexuality As long as heterosexual was procreative; unconscious intention to reproduce (pg 21) Tight coupling of sexual orientation with gender roles Degradation of homosexuality; heterosexuality superior, more evolved, mature Freud oPleasure principle oheterosexuals were made not born Prior to Freuds writings, heterosexuality was assumed;
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