This textbook is meant to serve as an introduction to the psychological (primarily) and sociological (secondarily) study of human sexuality and related research on intimate relationships. It is appropriate for a undergraduate survey course in sexuality and presumes no prior knowledge.
Table of Contents
Section 1 - Human Sexuality
- Introduction and History - Sex. Motivation for human kind. This book will talk a lot about it.
- Theories of Sexuality
- Who's Doing What
- Men and Women
- Intimate Relationships
- Sexually Transmitted Infections
- Special Topics
- Does Size Really Matter?
- Is there Really a 'G' Spot?
Secton 2 - Contemporary Controversies
- Sex Education
- Homosexuality, Bisexuality, Transgender