Outline of human sexuality

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The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to human sexuality:

Human sexuality is the capacity to have erotic experiences and responses.[1] Human sexuality can also refer to the way one person is sexually attracted to another person of the opposite sex (heterosexuality), the same sex (homosexuality), or having both tendencies (bisexuality). The lack of sexual attraction is referred to as asexuality.[2] Human sexuality impacts cultural, political, legal and philosophical aspects of life, as well as being widely connected to issues of morality, ethics, theology, spirituality, or religion. It is not, however, directly tied to gender.[citation needed]

History of human sexuality[edit]

History of human sexuality

Types of human sexuality[edit]

Sexual orientation[edit]

Sexual orientation

Other sex-related identities[edit]

Types of sexual activity[edit]

Human sexual activity

Physiological events[edit]

Unsorted[edit]

Sexology (science of sex)[edit]

Sex education[edit]

Philosophy of sex[edit]

Culture[edit]

Legal aspects[edit]

Sex and the law

Sexual assault[edit]

Sexual assault

Religious aspects[edit]

Sexuality

Religion and sexuality

Sexual orientation

Psychological aspects[edit]

Economic aspects[edit]

Sex industry

Human sexuality organizations[edit]

Literature[edit]

Encyclopedias about sex[edit]

People[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "human sexuality". www.definition-of.com. Retrieved 2019-07-03.
  2. ^ University of California, Santa Barbara's SexInfo
  3. ^ Bullough, V. L. (1989). The society for the scientific study of sex: A brief history. Mt. Vernon, IA: The Foundation for the Scientific Study of Sexuality
  4. ^ Haeberle, E. J. (1983). The birth of sexology: A brief history in documents. World Association for Sexology.

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