Taking sides. Clashing views on controversial issues in human sexuality
Taking sides. Clashing views on controversial issues in human sexuality / selected, edited, and with introductions by William Traverner.
Dubuque, Iowa : McGraw-Hill Education, 2006.
xxii, 338 p. ; 23 cm.
- Other contributors
Taverner, William J.
- Portion of title
Clashing views on controversial issues in human sexuality
- Variant title
Controversial issues in human sexuality
Includes several articles authored by Kinsey scientists.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
- pt. 1. Sexual health issues
- Should sexuality education be comprehensive?
- Should schools make condoms available to students?
- Is Masters and Johnson's model an accurate description of sexual response?
- Is oral sex really sex?
- Should emergency contraception be available over the counter?
- Is the G-spot a myth?
- Is the testosterone patch the right cure for low libido?
- Should health insurers be required to pay for infertility treatments?
- Should female circumcision be banned?
- pt. 2. Social issues
- Should sexual content on the Internet be restricted?
- Should the FCC restrict broadcast "indecency"?
- Is pornography harmful to women?
- Is pedophilia always harmful?
- Should federal funding of stem cell research be restricted?
- Should sexuality research receive public funding?
- Do schools perpetuate a gender bias?
- Should society support cohabitation before marriage?
- pt. 3. Legal issues
- Should same-sex marriage be legal?
- Should prostitution be legal?
- Should schools pay damages for student-on-student sexual harassment?
- Kinsey subjects
Sex behavior--United States.
Sex ethics--United States.
Sex education--United States.
Legal aspects of sex behavior--United States.