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  • Margaret Sanger, An American Nurse, Pioneered The Modern Birth Control Movement

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    Margaret Sanger, an American nurse, pioneered the modern birth control movement in the United States. She began her movement in 1912, with the publication of information about women 's reproductive concerns through magazine articles, pamphlets, and several books. In 1914, Margaret Sanger was charged with violating the Comstock Law, a federal legislation prohibiting the mailing of obscene material including information about birth control and contraceptive devices. Despite being imprisoned for her

  • Should The Hiv / Aids Epidemic?

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    and AIDS as the result of ‘native’ sexual consequences has not only perpetuated the stereotype of the overly sexual African. It seems that the latent implication within the past general consensus that the HIV and AIDS epidemic in Africa is distinct because of African sexuality is that its distinctiveness derives from the distinctiveness of African women’s sexuality. Thus, it again seems fair to associate the HIV/AIDS epidemic with feminism. However, the sexual transmission of HIV and the later development

  • Argument On The Morality Of Adultery

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    A Short Argument on the Morality of Adultery The recent discussion of Richard Wasserstrom’s article “Is Adultery Immoral” has raised a controversial issue of whether the view that adultery is immoral is indeed a valid view. On the one hand Wasserstrom presents two of the standard reasons why we would consider it immoral, because it breaks a promise and because adultery involves deception. From this perspective, we might automatically assume that adultery is immoral based on the following simple train

  • Teen Pregnancy Essay examples

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    be born to teenage mothers who have not even finished high school yet. More than half of these mothers have not even finished the ninth grade even. Many teenagers do not consider the risks involved with sexual intercourse. Teenagers who are responsible to have a sexual relationship, are responsible to consider the risks involved. It is very easy to get pregnant without using proper protection. Teenagers who practice premarital sex have a 90% chance of

  • Sexual Assault And The Massachusetts Department Of Public Works

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    Abstract Sexual assault and the Massachusetts Department of Public works with local rape crisis centers to gather statistical data so we can assess and know the facts and realities of rape in Massachusetts. While statistics do not tell the whole story of sexual assault, they can help us paint a picture of the problem. The forensic nurse has an integral part of this specific population’s victimization. A forensic nurse should have a basic knowledge of the type of offender the rapist can be. As a

  • Sociological Dichotomy In Shanghai's Nightlife

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    A survey of Shanghai’s nightlife demonstrates a sociological dichotomy, both in economic and social hierarchical aspects. In recent decades of progressive economic and social change in China, social inequality and class division have deepened in the rise of the sex industry, primarily prostitution. Among the fastest-growing industries in modern China, from the world of electronics to global exports of technology, prostitution is among China’s thriving economic industries. An observant 10-minute

  • Trumpet By Jackie Kay

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    conception of a wedding with no elements of homosexuality or lesbianism. Furthermore, Millie maintains intimate sexual encounter with her husband as an ordinary wife. “I know he wants me…I feel myself being taken away…[…]. He straddles me”. It can be assured that Millie feels a sense of sexual attraction towards a man, her sex life resembles traditional stereotype of sexual intercourse between opposite sex. In their parenthood, both Joss and Millie perform their own gender role in raising Colman

  • Comparing The Flea and Valentine Essay

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    Comparing The Flea and Valentine "The flea" is a metaphysical poem about a man trying to argue a virgin into bed to have sexual intercourse with him. This poem was most likely written to amuse the readers and probably more for a larger male audience. The poem was written in the late 17th century in a period where sex within marriage was like a household chore, but socially, sex before marriage was like a sin, because society was extremely religious. John Donne is attempting to get these

  • The Children 's Aid Society

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    understood that when working with Julia, or any other patient for that matter, I must continuously advocate for these them and their sexual health needs, even if I do not agree with their choices. It is also crucial that I remember the fact many of the teenage females who are patients at the medical clinic have had very difficult pasts and may have turned to sexual intercourse at a young age as a result. Thus, I believe it is my responsibility as a student nurse to advocate for those sexually active and

  • Tantrism Essay

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    side of the spectrum, all with their own distinct beliefs aside from the majority. As religion is considered a controversial topic, Tantrism is among one of the most eccentric religions. It is considered an interesting religion due to the fact that sexual experiences play large roles in the process of redemption for its followers. A simple definition for the Tantric religion would be the fundamental belief that "Tantra is a cult of ecstasy, focused on a vision of cosmic sexuality" (Rawson, 7). Even