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1) Ela Przybylo argues that a critical analysis of sexuality teaches us a lot about___________.??
a)”adnormal” levels of sex and sexual desire
b) “normative” levels of sex and sexual desire
2)In sexuality studies scholarship and beyond, what is one of the most common forms of discrimination leveled against asexual people?
In “Western” culture, how does compulsory sexuality operate? Pick the WRONG answer:
a) It forces us to affix sex to health.
b) It expects us to centralize sexuality when we talk about ourselves, especially when we’re “confessing.”
c) It connects sex to the coupled relationship, love, and intimacy.
d)It connects sex to friendships.
In class, we talked about a number of ways that compulsory sexuality and/or heteronormativity play out in our culture and everyday lives.
Pick the answer that IS NOT an example of how these processes play out in our culture.
a) – treating sexual experiences as one’s road to maturity and self-discovery
b)- freeing ourselves from the idea of sexuality
c)- treating all intimate, coupled relationships as sexual
d)- marking coupledom as sacred and special (weddings, for example) and close friendships as important but less sacred and special