1.â€¨If you could ask a female just one question what would you like to know about the opposite sex?â€¨
If you are a man, does it matter if a physician performing a testicular or prostate exam is male or female.â€¨
Resond to student:
If you could ask a male/female just one question what would you like to know about the opposite sex?
If I could ask a female any question I would ask how they feel about present day gender roles. Although, gender roles have changed drastically within the past years our society is very far from being gender neutral. For example do females still like men to pay for them during dinner dates? And do females want men to do things like open doors for them, give them there seat on a busy metro and etc. Personally I’m not familiar with the heterosexual relationship scene and am curious if gentlemen are still desired or if that is an outdated concept. In my own relationships I prefer to pay for my boyfriend’s meals when we go out to eat and I like to do sweet things like open the door for him and give him my seat.
If you are a man, does it matter if a physician performing a testicular or prostate exam is male or female.
I don’t have any preference if my doctor is male or female. The only thing I look for in a doctor is if they’re professional and kind, I couldn’t care less about the gender.
2. How are men and women with physical developmental limitations or disabilities treated on TV or in the movies? Are they sexual?
Respond to the student:
On TV and movies they make people with disabilities look like they live in bubbles and can't enjoy life. It's a far cry from what they would really be able to still do in real life. TV they normally don't have sex lives, if they have a significant other, that person is normally taking care of them and depending on the disability they cheat from time to time or the person who is disabled is the single one who cant find love. Although in a few movies like, "My sisters keeper" and "Fault in our stars" which was about cancer patients. There was a degree of sex that happened in those movies, but they had to sneak and do it, because it wasn't considered good for their health.
3. goto this link www.womenshealth.gov or www.menshealth.com and find something interesting you have learned having to do with sexuality and link it.
Respond to student: I found a paper referenced on seniorjournal.com that I was able to download called "Let's Talk About Sex": Discussions in Seniors' Online Communities.
People are living longer and when they grew up sex was not talked about openly like it is now. Seniors are often too embarrassed to talk to their doctors so these anonymous internet chat forums are becoming more popular. They feel more comfortable discussing their health problems,being widows or widowers, dating, and sex in these forums where they ask their peers and give advice.
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