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Human sexuality diversity in Contemporary America 8th Edition
Week 2 Forum Discussion Question 2.1 Theory : Havelock Elis argued against nineteenth-century beliefs that masturbation had no ill health effects. Why has morally proscribed behavior-such as masturbation-often been seen to have dangerous health consequences? Today some continue to link morally proscribed behavior to negative health consequences, such as homosexuality and AIDS. From a public health point of view, what are the consequences of viewing health problems as moral problems? Provide evidence or reasoning to support your particular perspective. Which theoretical perspective, as described in Chapter 2, closely represents your view? Discussion Question 2.2 Gay/Lesbian Research. Discuss why current gay/lesbian research has moved away from the origins of homosexuality. What are the methodological and political limits on conducting research on homosexuality? Add a new discussion topic 2
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