Literature

History of Pre-Marital Sex

Well, history doesn’t really state who or when It was invented, but it can be said that premarital sex happened from the time human knew how to reproduce. Here are a few reasons why: In many of the ancient cultures, people have long practice sexual activities In their daily life and even though not married […]

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How Sex Is Being Pushed on Society

Sex, sex, sex, its everywhere, pasted to billboards, plastered to T. V. screens. There’s nowhere for anyone to hide. As you look up “An advertisement for Liz Claiborne fragrances shows a barely clad young couple sprawled out on a bed, him painting her toe nails. ”(1)And one street over there’s a second billboard advertising perfume, […]

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Sexual Dysfunction

Sex is among the most basic and fundamental concept of human beings. To say that a man has problems sexually is just like saying that a part of him is inadequate or incomplete. According to surveys, one man in ten suffers sexual dysfunctions yet the “embarrassment” prevents a number of men with these problems from […]

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How to Have Sex

It depends what you mean by having sex. Having sex can sometimes mean a number of different sexual activities, but usually it means sexual intercourse. The most common definition of sexual intercourse is an act that involves a man putting his erect penis inside a woman’s vagina. Sexual intercourse might also be used to refer […]

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Fantomina Reading Response

In the 18th century a woman just like the unnamed woman in Fantomina would have so many restrictions on her. A woman who is wealthy is not allowed to dress inappropriately, pursue men or even hold a conversation with the opposite sex. Although this woman is of higher wealth, and is supposed to sit in […]

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The Sexual Revolution and Inspiring Women

The sexual revolution started out with Feminism in 1957 Betty Freidan had conducted a poll and discovered that many women portrayed to live as a happy suburban housewives. They were actually living a miserable life. Women had lost ground during the year of World War II. “The feminine Mystique” was created with the saying that […]

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Position Paper on Rh Bill

The Responsible Parenthood, Reproductive Health and Population and Development Act of 2011, popularly known as the RH Bill, is a Philippine bill aiming to guarantee universal access to methods and information on birth control and maternal care. According to the Explanatory Note of the Bill, the main concern of the Bill is to control population […]

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Sex: Morality about Pre-marital sex

Premarital sex is sexual intercourse engaged in by persons who areun married. It is generally used in reference to individuals who are presumednot yet of marriageable ageor between adults who will presumably marry eventually, but who are engaging insexual activity prior to marriage. Sex ispleasurable, but in God’s view, the primary purpose of sex is […]

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