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Human Sexual Behavior

A guest speaker from Southwestern College was talking about sex. This is not about sex education; the speaker was talking about sexuality and violence. Theres different way of having sex which are Good Sex, Sloppy Sex, Bad Sex, Regretted Sex, and Sexual Violence. Sexual Violence does not belong in the continuum because it contains rape […]

Pages: 1 Words: 343 Topics: Binge Drinking, Gender, Human Sexuality, Rape, Sex, Sexual Assault, Sexual Ethics, Violence

Sexual Abuse and Assault against Women

Sexual assault is defined as any kind of sexual activity or contact that a person does not want or consent to. About 20-25% of women are sexually assaulted in college, most likely sorority girls and other females living on-campus (The Role Alcohol). Heterosexual women are less likely to be sexually assaulted or raped than homosexuals […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1321 Topics: Crime, Human Sexuality, Rape, Sexual Assault On College Campuses, Sexual Ethics, Sexuality, Social Issues, Violence
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Realities of Sexual Assault on Campus

Imagine being in relationship, trusting a person so much only to be taken advantage of and forced into some sort of sexual activity. Imagine being friends with someone and deciding to hanging out, get something to eat after school, and your just talk when the friend starts to force you into performing a sexual act. […]

Pages: 3 Words: 799 Topics: Crime, Justice, Rape, Sexual Assault, Sexual Assault On College Campuses, Sexual Ethics, Sexuality, Social Issues

Problems of Sexual Assault

Many sexual assaults that occur on a college campus involve the use of drugs or alcohol. Many advocates say that this is the reason the number of sexual assaults that occur on campus continues to increase. The number one date rape drug used is alcohol. Students should also be aware that drugs could be mixed […]

Pages: 2 Words: 658 Topics: Abuse, Human Sexuality, Sexual Assault On College Campuses, Sexual Ethics, Social Issues

Why is Human Trafficking Popular Today?

When a person thinks of the word trafficking automatically they refer to the definition of trading something whether it be an item, animal or humans. Human trafficking is defined according to the Polaris Project (2016) as a form of modern day slavery where people profit from others’ loss of freedom. There is not just one […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1367 Topics: Abuse, Human Trafficking, Injustice, Justice, Prostitution, Sex Trafficking, Sexual Ethics

Human Trafficking is a Human Rights Issue

He made me his slave. He broke me down. He took my heart, mind, and soul. says Diana Bolivar who was held hostage in sex trafficking for two years in Colombia (Orlando Sentinel). Human trafficking is sexual slavery, and it is still a human rights issue that affects millions of lives every day. Traffickers know […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1233 Topics: Crime, Human Trafficking, Prostitution, Sex Trafficking, Sexual Ethics, Slavery, Social Issues

Why Prostitution should be Legalized

When one hears about prostitution they usually turn away in disgust or try to laugh off the subject since it is considered ‘taboo’ to even talk about. To try and argue the point of legalizing prostitution seems like it would be difficult, but there is plenty of evidence in support of it. Some of the […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1127 Topics: Human Sexuality, Pornography, Prostitution, Sex, Sexual Ethics, Sexuality, Social Institutions

The Legalization of Prostitution

Prostitution has been a highly controversial topic for hundreds of years, the majority of those who work in this business being female, while the majority of the patrons are male. Though it has been controversial, it is illegal in most places and has been for a long time. It being illegal is infringing on the […]

Pages: 2 Words: 701 Topics: Human Sexuality, Justice, Prostitution, Sex Trafficking, Sexual Ethics, Social Institutions, Social Issues

Why Prostitution should be Legal

‹Prostitution has been illegal since the early 1900’s, studies have recently began and the results are concluding that prostitution has more benefit than negatives. The reason that prostitution isn’t legal, isn’t necessarily a morality reason, it is a potential health and safety hazard and is ultimately a fiscal responsibility. This is why it should be […]

Pages: 3 Words: 1026 Topics: Human Rights, Justice, Prostitution, Sexual Ethics, Sexuality, Social Institutions, Social Issues
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