Discuss six factors that help determine how humans experience our sexuality./Explain the male external structures, including the penis and scrotum. Also explain the male internal structures. /Explain the female external structures, including the mons, labia, clitoris, and vaginal opening. Also, explain the female internal structures./Describe the male testicular self-exam and the female breast self-exam. /Discuss the work of Masters and Johnson. Also, describe and diagram the four phases of the Masters and Johnson EPOR model./Outline the stages of pregnancy and fetal development in each trimester./Discuss some of the potential problems in pregnancy such as ectopic pregnancy,miscarriage, preterm birth, fetal abnormalities, and the role of teratogens./Discuss gender stereotypes and how they develop. Also, discuss gender differences/IN aggression, intuition, communication, and sexual attitudes and desire./Define and discuss androgyny, including how it is measured and our current understanding based on research findings./Discuss issues and attitudes affecting the gay and lesbian community (including choice, marriage, having children, and quality of interpersonal relationships)./Compare and contrast the theories of sexual orientation, including biological,experiential and environmental influences. Also, discuss the debate about whether the Origins of sexual orientation matter.

Discuss six factors that help determine how humans experience our sexuality./Explain the male external structures, including the penis and scrotum. Also explain the
male internal structures. /Explain the female external structures, including the mons, labia, clitoris, and vaginal opening. Also, explain the female internal

structures./Describe the male testicular self-exam and the female breast self-exam. /Discuss the work of Masters and Johnson. Also, describe and diagram the four
phases of the Masters and Johnson EPOR model./Outline the stages of pregnancy and fetal development in each trimester./Discuss some of the potential problems in

pregnancy such as ectopic pregnancy,miscarriage, preterm birth, fetal abnormalities, and the role of teratogens./Discuss gender stereotypes and how they develop. Also,

discuss gender differences/IN aggression, intuition, communication, and sexual attitudes and desire./Define and discuss androgyny, including how it is measured and

our current understanding based on research findings./Discuss issues and attitudes affecting the gay and lesbian community (including choice, marriage, having

children, and quality of interpersonal relationships)./Compare and contrast the theories of sexual orientation, including biological,experiential and environmental

influences. Also, discuss the debate about whether the Origins of sexual orientation matter.

Hock, R. R. (2016). Human Sexuality (4th Ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc

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to answer 11 questions.

Each essay question should fill one page, more or less. Please start each question on a

new page and number it with Chapter and Question #. Do not include the original

question with your answer.

Chapter 1

1) Discuss six factors that help determine how humans experience our sexuality.

Chapter 2

4) Explain the male external structures, including the penis and scrotum. Also explain the

male internal structures.

6) Explain the female external structures, including the mons, labia, clitoris, and vaginal

opening. Also, explain the female internal structures.

9) Describe the male testicular self-exam and the female breast self-exam.

Chapter 3

10) Discuss the work of Masters and Johnson. Also, describe and diagram the four

phases of the Masters and Johnson EPOR model.

Chapter 9

12) Outline the stages of pregnancy and fetal development in each trimester.

13) Discuss some of the potential problems in pregnancy such as ectopic pregnancy,

miscarriage, preterm birth, fetal abnormalities, and the role of teratogens.

Chapter 10

19) Discuss gender stereotypes and how they develop. Also, discuss gender differences

in aggression, intuition, communication, and sexual attitudes and desire.

20) Define and discuss androgyny, including how it is measured and our current

understanding based on research findings.

Chapter 11

21) Discuss issues and attitudes affecting the gay and lesbian community (including

choice, marriage, having children, and quality of interpersonal relationships).

22) Compare and contrast the theories of sexual orientation, including biological,

experiential and environmental influences. Also, discuss the debate about whether the

origins of sexual orientation matter.

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