FRHD 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3 & 12: Alimony, Ejaculation, Polyamory

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Childhood sexuality: sexuality can begin to develop in the womb and continues throughout childhood. 0-2 years; explores own body and genitals, enjoys nudity. 5-8 years; engages in occasional masturbation (pleasure), may have crushes. 9-12 years; masturbate more regularly with a sexual focus, more crushes, curious sexually. Infancy (birth to two years): infants engage in a variety of sexual behaviors. However, most people do not purposely masturbate for sexual reasons until adolescence. Early childhood (two to five years): identify as a boy or girl. Basic autonomy over their own body and that there"s a distinction between good touch and bad touch. Middle childhood (five to eight years): curiosity about genitals increases at this stage. Children may show their genitals to one another. Preadolescence (nine to twelve years): some behaviors are sexually related. Adolescent sexuality: there are four major development tasks of adolescent sexuality; Adapt to the physical and emotional changes of puberty.

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