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Week 4 - Attraction and Relationships Continued and Orientation
Terms in this set (38)
What did the women participants in Desteno et al (2006) study choose at a high rate to have the men and other woman to try unexpectedly?
Very spicy hot sauce
What are some of the challenges of being a sexual minority which were listed in lecture?
Many religious agaisnt it, it is still illegal in some places, discriminations, some individuals have negative attitudes even in countries where it is legal, the struggle of coming out
What did two opinion surveys find regarding peoples disapproval of homosexual relations?
Gallup 2013 -> 48% yes, PEW polling 2018 -> 20% said yes
Listed in lecture were some positives of those in sexual minorities, what were they?
Attitudes are not always negative and are always changing for the better, there are anti-discrimination codes/laws, theory that they are better lovers than heterosexuals, MEDs/PSYCHs accept it isn't a illness/disorder, supportive and dynamic community
"Contact" between gays and hets reduces homophobia/negativism (even stronger than reducing racism) (Pettigrew and Trapp, 2006) --> T/F?
Kinsey's continuum of sexual orientation was a range which included bisexuality but it was based largely on behaviour, not ____________
The Four Quadrants of Sexual Orientation
A 2D scale with homo-eroticism/attraction on one line and hetero-eroticism on the other
According to the NHSLS (NORC) discussed in lecture, how many are gay based on attraction?
Only and some same sex attraction = M:6.3, W:4.4; only same sex attraction = M:2.4;W:.3
According to Stats Can's Canadian Community Health Survey released in 2004, how many men and women identify as gay/lesbian, or bia
Gay/Lesbian = M:1.3, W:.7; Bi = M: .6, W:.9
In Rieger, Chivers and Bailey (2005), what was used as arousal stimuli?
Neutral and sexual films
In Rieger, Chivers and Bailey (2005), what was used to measure arousal?
Pulling a lever towards oneself measuring subjective arousal as well as a penile plethysmograph (strain gauge) measured genital arousal
In Rieger, Chivers and Bailey (2005), bisexual men showed bisexual patterns in ___________ arousal?
In Rieger, Chivers and Bailey (2005), were bisexual men more genitally aroused to M or F stimuli?
What are the factors that play a role in sexual orientation which were discussed in lecture?
Gender-roles behaviour in childhood, biological factors, physical characteristics associated with early neurodevelopment (e.g., prenatal hormone), birth order. There was no consistent environmental factor found and it is difficult to change
According to Bailey and Zucker (1995), gays are less physically active and lesbians are 'tomboys'. T/F
What did Hoffarth and Bogaert (2017) find when they studied coming out?
More masculine gay guys are not out
What site was found in the brains/bodies of gay men and heterosexual women? (Levay, 1991)
Where is INAH-3 located?
In the hypothalums
What does the hypothalamus regulate in regards to human sexuality?
Fighting, fleeing, feeding F***ing (The 4 F's)
In lecture, what idea was suggested regarding the amount/levels of prenatal hormones in heterosexual men/gay men, and heterosexual women/lesbians?
In lecture it was discussed that there is a theory gay men get less prenatal hormones than heterosexual men, and lesbians get more prenatal hormones than heterosexual women
According to lecture, what was found in the finger/digit length studies?
Shorter pointer finger compared to ring finger is more commonly seen in males. If its a more equal pointer finger and ring finger then it is more seen in females
On average, where are gay men born in terms of birth order?
The % of those who are gay goes up as # of older brothers goes up. True/False?
Bogaert et al (2018) tested maternal immune response to male proteins (expressed in brain). What were the results?
On average, mothers of gay sons with older brothers were more immunologically reactive to this male substance
In Rieger et al study, what did they have the participants do?
They filled out the Kinsey sexual attraction questionnaire, watched a neutral film then a sexual film. A strain gauge was used as well as the participants moving a lever when aroused
Do the results from the Rieger et al study suggest that men are never truly bisexual?
Correct, the results suggest they are never completely bisexual
Prejudice and discrimination against sexually and gender-diverse individuals, based on the implicit assumption that heterosexuality is the norm
The fear, dislike, and/or intolerance that gay and lesbian individuals feel towards themselves and/or others with a same-sex orientation
Explicitly negative attitudes toward gay and lesbian people
Sexually and gender-diverse affirmative therapy
Therapy directed at helping SGD individuals view their sexuality/affectional orientation, sexual identity, and/or gender identity in a positive light
Oral stimulation of the anus, perineum, and surrounding areas
A gay man who assumes the penetrator role in anal sex
A gay man who assumes the penetratee role in anal sex
The sexual practice in which the two partners wrap their legs around each other and rub their vulvas together
The sexual practice in which a person rubs their vulva against any part of their partners body
What does it mean if you identify as genderqueer?
You see yourself as neither entirely man/male nor women/female
What is the most visible impact of hate speech?
It increases the likelihood that physical violence against a targeted group will occur
If you have a bisexual affectional orientation, which of the following is usually not true?
1. You are open to the possibility of having sex with both men and women
2. You can fall in love romantically with both men and women
3. You likely prefer one gender/sex for sex and another for romantic relationships
4. You will equally interested in having sex and relationships with transgender persons compared with cisgender persons
You will equally interested in having sex and relationships with transgender persons compared with cisgender persons
THIS SET IS OFTEN IN FOLDERS WITH...
Week 1 - Human Sexuality 2/ Intro
Week 2 - Sex across the lifespan/Sex and the lifec…
Week 3 - Attraction
Week 5 - Sex (Gender) & Sexuality
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