The Nature And Nurture Of The Human Sexuality

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The nature and nurture of the human Sexuality has been a debate argued among scientists and philosophers. It is believed that human sexuality is the key to reproduction and survival. This debate is concerned with the extent to which particular aspects of behaviour reflects the influence of genetically arranged maturity or wether it comes from learning and experience. This essay will explain to what extent human sexuality is the result of nature or nurture, it will also relate sexuality to the Biopsychosocial model. The nature part of the human sexuality is the expression of sexual sensation and related intimacy between human beings, it is a natural behaviour of what makes us human, its also a way to express the fullness of love between a man and a woman. The title sexuality becomes easier to understand when it is divided into three section of sexual orientation, sexual behaviour, and sexual identity. The first part points out the nature of a persons basic sexual attraction to other people. This may be others from the same gender, of the opposite gender or it could even be of both genders. Understanding the differences between sex and gender is important in the context of the nature and nurture contention. Sociologist and most other social scientists view sex and gender as conceptually definite. They believe that our sexual behaviour does not always match our sexual identity or our sexual orientation, a person may appoint in heterosexual behaviour but feel their sexual
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