Combining the latest medical information from Dr. Amos with Dr. Ruth's reassuring and refreshingly candid style, this book gives you everything you need to take charge of your health.
Author: Ruth K. Westheimer
The ultimate women's guide to sexual health—new from Dr. Ruth In this down-to-earth guide, celebrated sex expert and bestselling author Dr. Ruth Westheimer teams up with prominent gynecologist at Cornell and New York Presbyterian Medical Centers, Dr. Amos Grunebaum, to address the most pressing health issues women face today. Written in Dr. Ruth's refreshingly candid and lively style, it gives you everything you need to take charge of your health—from finding a gynecologist to having a happy sex life to planning or avoiding a pregnancy. With practical advice and information for every age and stage of a woman's life, Sexually Speaking is an invaluable reference you will turn to again and again. Covers everything you've ever wanted to know about women's health—from celebrated sex expert and therapist Dr. Ruth and top gynecologist Dr. Amos Addresses questions related to sexuality, hormones, STDs, pregnancy, menopause, fibroids, ovarian cancer, and other women's health concerns Helps you overcome embarrassment and other common obstacles to understanding and safeguarding your personal health Combines Dr. Ruth's straightforward, reassuring approach to some of the more challenging and uncomfortable concerns related to women's health and the expertise of Dr. Amos, who has seen it all—from routine exams to high risk births
(Speaking into the phone) 91 1, ring-a-ling-a-ling. ' T: (Holding the puppet in front
of him) Hello, this is the police department. M: (With a tone of urgency in his voice
as he speaks into the play phone) Can you come over? This guy named ...
Author: Robert Ciottone
Publisher: Jason Aronson, Incorporated
Here is a disguised but tragically accurate account of a 7-year-old boy who was repeatedly victimized by two uncles who penetrated him, required him under threat of violence to act upon them, and forced him to have sexual contact with his sister for their entertainment. Before his ongoing abuse was discovered, the child made several serious suicide attempts. Verbatim accounts of the child's therapy are used to illustrate a new treatment approach for abused children, Synergistic Play Therapy, which follows the work of Haim Ginott and Heinz Werner. Much that is written about play therapy focuses on theoretical notions or intuitive, impressionistic judgment. Seldom does a work make clear the rationale by which play strategies and techniques are derived from underlying constructs. This book links theoretical reasoning with the specific dos and don'ts of clinical practice. The purpose, rationale, and impact for interventions are woven into session transcripts and related to the concepts upon which Synergistic Play Therapy is based. Topics covered include rapport building and the beginning of restoration of the child's trust in an adult male, therapeutic contact negotiation, the introduction of metaphor, indirect referencing of the trauma and the process building toward explicit emotional disclosure and metaphoric retribution, the restoration of self-esteem, 'emotional inoculation' against regression, and the emergence of a future-oriented perspective characterized by confidence and hopefulness. Therapists need a clearly defined and well-documented set of guidelines for the treatment of sexually abused children. Abused children become adult perpetrators in numbers disproportionate to the rest of the population, but this dire statistic holds true only for those victims who have not been effectively helped as children. This book offers a means to provide such treatment.
She showed no noticeable disorder of sensibility or motility ; her intelligence was
normal ; she appeared to be quite indifferent , sexually speaking ; but she did not
manifest abnormal repulsion , as her sister had . I regarded the wanderings and ...
The media is a common target as the cause of corruption for exhibiting sexual
content — like Janet Jackson's nipple ... In this chapter, I will show how what is
considered right and wrong — sexually speaking — is not fixed and absolute, but
Author: Steven Seidman
Category: Social Science
Breaking new ground, both substantively and stylistically, Introducing the New Sexuality Studies, Second Edition offers students and academics an engaging, thought-provoking introduction and overview of the social study of sexualities. Its central premise is to explore the social construction of sexuality, the role of social differences such as race or nationality in creating sexual variation, and the ways sex is entangled in relations of power and inequality. Through this approach the field of sexuality is considered in multicultural, global, and comparative terms, and from a truly social perspective. The second edition of this definitive textbook consists of over seventy-five short, original essays on the key topics and themes in sexuality studies. It also includes interviews with fourteen leading scholars in the field, which convey some of the most innovative work currently being undertaken. Each contribution is original, presenting the latest thinking and research in clear and accessible terms, using engaging examples to illustrate key points. This topical and timely volume will be an invaluable resource to all those with an interest in sexuality studies, gender studies and LGBTQ studies.
Author: Ruud H. J. HornsveldPublish On: 2019-11-13
(2016) compared 28 inpatient child sex abusers with 61 outpatient child sexual
abusers at a forensic psychiatric ... The majority of questionnaires used in
forensic populations were developed in Anglo-Saxon and English-speaking
Author: Ruud H. J. Hornsveld
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book examines the assessment and obligatory treatment programs for violent and sexually violent offenders – primarily adolescents and adults – diagnosed with cluster B personality disorder or a conduct disorder. It describes concepts, theories, and legal aspects as well as the psychological and neurobiological characteristics of violent and sexually violent offenders and forensic psychiatric patients. Chapters review treatment programs and provide guidelines for gathering additional information and formulating functional analyses to establish individual treatment plans. In addition, chapters offer treatment modules for violent offenders and sexually violent offenders and address specific problems that may be encountered in practice and how to overcome these problems. The book concludes with the editors’ recommendations for future research in offender assessment and rehabilitation. Topics featured in this book include: Heuristic models of aggressive and sexually aggressive behavior. The use of self-reporting questionnaires in offender populations. Reliable assessment instruments. The effectiveness of existing rehabilitation programs. Cognitive-behavioral treatment modules for violent and sexually violent offenders. Self-regulation and self-management skills to be used in rehabilitation programs. Facilitating treatment integrity in penitentiary and forensic psychiatric institutions. Assessment and Obligatory Treatment of Violent and Sexually Violent Offenders is an essential resource for researchers, clinicians/therapists, and upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in forensic psychology, public health, criminology/criminal justice, and behavioral therapy and rehabilitation.
sexuality. and. romance. Interviewer: What does the word 'sex' mean to you? Sex
is like a need...it's sort of like water, and er ... Sexually speaking, man was to be
the 'hunter' and initiator of sexual activity, the one with the more powerful and ...
Author: Susan M. Moore
Sexuality in Adolescence considers the latest theory and research on adolescent development, focusing on sexuality as a vital aspect of normal, healthy maturation. Biological changes are discussed within a social context, and the latest research is presented on key issues of our time, including changes in teenage sexual behaviours and beliefs, sexual risk-taking, body dissatisfaction, sex education, teen pregnancy and abortion. Susan Moore and Doreen Rosenthal explore the roles of parents, peers, the media, social institutions and youth culture in adolescent sexual adjustment. This volume covers topical issues ranging from the role of the internet in adolescent romance to the pros and cons of abstinence education versus harm minimization. Issues, such as whether there are male-female differences in desire, sexuality, motives for sex, and beliefs about romance are examined, along with the question of whether a sexual double standard still exists. Maladaptive aspects of sexual development, including sexual risk-taking, disease, unplanned pregnancy, and sexual coercion are also covered. This fully revised and updated second edition also addresses the crucial issues of: sexual minority adolescents the social determinants of adolescent sexuality sexual health as opposed to sexual illness. This book aims to promote sexual well-being, and argues for the importance of the adolescent period as a time for engendering healthy sexual attitudes and practices. It will be valuable reading for students in the social and behavioural sciences interested in adolescent development and the topic of sexuality, and for professionals working with young people.
Author: Jenell Williams ParisPublish On: 2011-02-28
D., professor of psychology, and endowed chair and director of the Institute for
the Study of Sexual Identity, Regent ... the church's cultural captivity to Western
ideas of sexual identity and orientation—that what we want, sexually speaking, ...
Author: Jenell Williams Paris
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
Sexual identity has become an idol in both the culture at large and in the Christian subculture. And yet concepts like "gay" or "straight" are relatively recent developments in human history. We let ourselves be defined by socially constructed notions of sexual identity and sexual orientation--even though these may not be the only or best ways to think about sexuality. Anthropologist Jenell Williams Paris offers a Christian framework for sexual holiness that accounts for complex postmodern realities. She assesses problems with popular cultural and Christian understandings of heterosexuality and homosexuality alike. The End of Sexual Identity moves beyond culture-war impasses to open up new space for conversations in diverse communities both inside and outside the church.
instance , found that of all the participants 9,7 % had sexual intercourse during
their first date ; 15,4 % became ... in the USA and South Africa become sexually
active earlier than white adolescents and , English - speaking adolescents
We also discovered that sexual harassment existed throughout the Army,
crossing gender, rank, and racial lines. But sex discrimination was ... When asked
the question, “Were you sexually harassed in the last twelve months?” 22 percent
Author: Claudia J. Kennedy
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Claudia J. Kennedy retired as the Army's first female three-star general and the highest-ranking woman ever in that branch, overseeing 45,000 soldiers worldwide. During her 32-year career she witnessed the dramatic advances made by military women, and she was a long-time champion for fairness and equality in the Army. As she recounts her experiences in a male-dominated profession, beginning as a young Women's Army Corps officer in 1969, moving through her Pentagon service as a three-star general, and ending with her retirement in 2000, General Kennedy charts the struggles and triumphs in her inspiring life and career.
Speaking. The. Unspoken. Racial. Profiling. For. Sex. Racial. Profiling. For. Sex.
One thing the Sexually Mature Man will overcome is the fact that love is love
regardless of the color it comes in. God has put people in each others life for a
Author: Waymon Geans
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
When talking about sexual maturity you have to keep an open mind and realize we are talking more than just sexual intercourse. Sexual intercourse can be a part of your sexual maturity growth but also understand you dont have to have intercourse to sexually grow. The main objective for the author of this book is to make the readers aware of the difference in their sexual maturity and to open doors for discussion about matters that someone may not have known how to bring up. If so, the author has accomplished his intention of getting couples to understand their sexual maturity and how to grow together.
Physicians, like most members of our sex-negative culture, tend to grow up
somewhat sexually inhibited. Speaking openly and clinically about details of our
own or someone else's sexual life is not generally done. Medical sex education is
Author: E.E. Shelp
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
It may be unnecessary to some to publish a text on sexuality in 1986 since the popular press speaks of the sexual revolution as if it were over and was possibly a mistake. Some people characterize society as too sexually obsessed, and there is an undercurrent of desire for a return to a supposedly simpler and happier time when sex was not openly dis cussed, displayed, taught or even, presumedly, contemplated. Indeed, we are experiencing something of a backlash against open sexuality and sexual liberation. For example, during the '60s and '70s tolerance of homosexual persons and homosexuality increased. Of late there has been a conservative backlash against gay-rights laws. Sexual intercourse before marriage, which had been considered healthy and good, has been, of late, characterized as promiscuous. In fact, numer ous articles have appeared about the growing popularity of sexual abstinence. There is a renewed vigor in the fight against sex education in the schools, and an 'anti-pornography' battle being waged by those on the right and those on the left who organize under the guise of such worthy goals as deterring child abuse and rape, but who are basically uncomfortable with diverse expressions of sexuality. One would hope that such trends, and the ignorance about sex and sexuality that they reflect, would not touch medical professionals. That Dr.
A collection of fourteen essays on sexuality showcases the author's legendary insight and wit on this provocative subject, covering a wide range of topics from Jack Kerouac to gay American founding fathers. Original.
Author: Gore Vidal
Category: Literary Criticism
A best-seller in hardback, this extraordinary collection of fourteen essays and other previously unpublished material will now be available in paperback edition to a wider readership. Vidal has an international reputation as a best-selling author and is perhaps best known for his groundbreaking classic Myra Beckingridge. Often compared to writers such as Edmunda White, Christopher Hitchens and Christopher Isherwood, and still maintaining a high public profile in the US and abroad, Vidal is one of the most profilic social commentators and is at his best on the suse
4The Pornographer as Historian : Sexual Repression and
Vergangenheitsbewältigung in Die Weiber The text which perhaps fits ... Here
Hilbig sets up an opposition between the sexually repressed citizens of the East ,
who are represented ...
Author: Paul Cooke
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Wolfgang Hilbig is a writer who is widely acknowledged as one of the most important to have emerged from the former GDR. In this study, the first in English, Paul Cooke explores the interplay of aesthetic and social 'taboos', as defined by the official discourse of the GDR, in a cross-section of Hilbig's critical writing, poetry and prose. The protagonists in Hilbig's texts suffer from a profound crisis of identity due to the disparity between the state's official presentation of life in the East and their own experience. Cooke argues that through their exploration of the 'taboo', i.e. that which is excluded from the state's official discourse, Hilbig's characters attempt to break through the banal rhetoric of the ruling elite in order to realise an authentic sense of self.
For many of these folks, the recently singled period is characterized by fleeting
and somewhat frantic sexual liaisons. Fortunately, this behavior ... sexually speaking, we humans are a pretty highly evolved bunch. For example, scientists
tell us ...
Author: Bradley A. Coates
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
Category: Family & Relationships
The revised and updated third edition of this book includes the most current research, statistics, and insights on the effects of divorce on spouses, their children, and society overall. New and extensive sections have been added that provide tips on preserving, improving, and possibly saving marriages.
Andrew Dolan. Sexual interests are at the top, or a millimeter away from the top,
on the lists of both men and women. ... It is common for women over forty or so to
say that men in their own age range are “duds,” sexually speaking. While this is ...
Author: Andrew Dolan
Category: Dating (Social customs)
Did you know that many older women prefer dating men younger than themselves? If you're a younger man who wants to get started dating older women, this book shows you how to get a handle on the crucial differences between older and younger women. Learn how to approach, and get involved with, older women, find out how to push back against the public disapproval that older woman-younger man relationships attract, and discover the real reasons why many older women prefer younger men. Based on the author's dating experiences with older women.
In 1980 the then-fifty-two-year-old Dr. Ruth Westheimer created a sensation with
a fifteen-minute radio segment called “Sexually Speaking,” which championed
sexual literacy among women and men of all ages. Her openness about sexuality
Author: Deirdre Fishel
Category: Social Science
"An informed, honest, joyous book. Younger women may well envy us." -Suzanne Braun Levine, author of Inventing the Rest of Our Lives and "Sex, love, and life can grow even richer as we grow older, and the stereotype-busting women in this book show us scores of ways. These women are not going downhill, they're on a roll. They are women of juice and wisdom-and living proof that the best is yet to come."- Gina Ogden, PhD, author of Women Who Love Sex, The Heart and Soul of Sex, and The Return of Desire When Deirdre Fishel and Diana Holtzberg began work on their documentary Still Doing It, they knew they were catching a wave. The women of the baby-boom generation who had been so outspoken about sexuality and freedom were about to turn sixty, yet no one was talking about the revolution in aging. Nor was anyone letting on about the big dark secret that women born before the boomers, even way before, were a hell of a lot more vital than the images we were getting, and many were still having sex-and loving it! In Still Doing It, Fishel, Holtzberg, and the incredible women in their documentary broke the silence. Now they are back, with a stimulating and eye-opening book that offers a deeper look at women who break every stereotype we have about sex and intimacy. These women are dynamic, confident, opinionated, and wise. They're also having the kind of intense sexual experiences and fantasies we never associate with grandmothers. You'll meet Betty, who met her live-in boyfriend in an online chat room when she was sixty-nine and he was twenty-two; Joani, age seventy, who shares her boyfriend with another woman; and Frances, who encountered the intellectual and sexual love of her life at eighty. Today's women are living longer, healthier lives, and their appetite for sex and adventure isn't fading. Aware of their mortality, they understand just how precious life really is, and are willing to take risks to go after what they want. Challenging stereotypes about older women, Still Doing It lets everyone know that sex and adventure do not need to end when you hit sixty (or seventy . . . or ninety!). In fact, the good stuff is often just beginning.
In order to change social perception of male sexual abuse it is important that
more victims of male sexual abuse speak up. Sexual abuse has more to do with
power and control and less about the sexual act. I hope that the stories presented
Author: O'Brien Dennis
The best way to understand male sexual abuse is to learn about its survivors. They are the victims, and they have stories to tell. Author OBrien Dennis recounts how he was sexually abused as a boy in Jamaica, and he also shares accounts from other men who were abused. By giving them a voice, he unveils how male sexual abuse can so easily happen at the hands of close and trusted family, friends and even strangers. As you read these intimate stories, youll learn how societys narrow definitions of sexuality and masculinity have conspired to silence male victims, preventing many from speaking up about their abuse. Sexual abuse hurts victims, who may later suffer from drug addiction, sexual dysfunction, self-blame, guilt, and other problems. Male rape is used not only as a form of subjugation but also as a tool for war and dominance in contemporary wars and conflicts. Male sexual abuse is underreported, and it is estimated that one in six boys is sexually abused before he reaches age sixteen. By Understanding Male Sexual Abuse, its possible to start exploring solutions to a terrible problem. Dennis calls on policy makers and public administrators to raise their heads from their sheaves of paper and to pay attention to the many men who are victims of rape in prisons or other institutions, and to see that male sexual abuse is more than a public health hazard; rather, it rips at the fabric of society and humanity. Antoine B. Craigwell, journalist
... as an analytical framework in sociology sometime in the 1970s. Sexual
identities are understood to be interpretations made by individuals in response to
questions about who they are, sexually speaking, and where they fit in their
Author: Héctor Carrillo
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
The Night Is Young takes us past the stereotypes of macho hombres and dark-eyed señoritas to reveal the complex nature of sexuality in modern-day Mexico. Drawing on field research conducted in Guadalajara, Mexico's second-largest city, Héctor Carrillo shows how modernization, globalization, and other social changes have affected a wide range of hetero- and homosexual practices and identities. Carrillo finds that young Mexicans today grapple in a variety of ways with two competing tendencies. On the one hand, many seek to challenge traditional ideas and values they find limiting. But they also want to maintain a sense of Mexico's cultural distinctiveness, especially in relation to the United States. For example, while Mexicans are well aware of the dangers of unprotected sex, they may also prize the surrender to sexual passion, even in casual sexual encounters—an attitude which stems from the strong values placed on collective life, spontaneity, and an openness toward intimacy. Because these expectations contrast sharply with messages about individuality, planning, and overt negotiation commonly promoted in global public health efforts, Carrillo argues that they demand a new approach to AIDS prevention education in Mexico. A Mexican native, Carrillo has written an exceptionally insightful and accessible study of the relations among sexuality, social change, and AIDS prevention in Mexico. Anyone concerned with the changing place of sexuality in a modern and increasingly globalized world will profit greatly from The Night Is Young.
Medical History Documentation The medical record is a reflection of the sum and
substance of an evaluation of a child suspected of being sexually abused . The
record must speak to the thoroughness with which the clinician obtained the ...
Author: Martin A. Finkel
Category: Family & Relationships
This newly updated edition of the top-selling reference manual for the medical evaluation of suspected child sexual abuse has been expanded to reflect the increasing importance of properly performed, well-documented examinations. Not only does the book cover aspects of the physical examination and diagnosis for sexual abuse, its additional coverage of interviewing children and collecting evidence for criminal investigations makes it an inclusive guidebook for all aspects of the child sexual abuse evaluation process.
European perspectives on juveniles who sexually abuse Ruud Bullens and A. Ph
. Van Wijk Introduction This chapter attempts to provide a European perspective
on sexually abusive behaviour perpetrated by juveniles. ... -speaking countries.
Author: Gary O'Reilly
Publisher: Psychology Press
The Handbook of Clinical Interventions with Young People who Sexually Abuse provides authoritative, critical and up-to-date reviews of the growing body of empirical and theoretical knowledge in this field and clearly demonstrates how this knowledge can be used to guide and develop evidence-based practice for assessment and treatment. Key features include: * essentials of effective treatment programmes * relapse prevention * adolescents with intellectual disabilities and female offenders * work with families of young people who sexually abuse. Practical guidelines from acknowledged international experts with extensive experience of research and clinical practice will be invaluable to all those working with young people who engage in sexually abusive behaviour.