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Instructions: Your original discussion post should be at least 500 words Times New Roman Size 12 Font Double-Spaced MLA Format Excluding the Works Cited Page. You must use concepts, theories, and research etc. from the book provided in your discussion. You must cite them appropriately in the text of your post, for example a quote or concept from our book would result in this (Caroll 5) being at the end of the sentence. Please be sure to include page number(s) from the book that relates to the information that you are discussing. There must be a Works Cited Page (including the assigned materials/items) at the end of your original post. On the Works Cited Page the book would look like this:
Carroll, Janell. Sexuality Now: Embracing Diversity. Cengage Learning, 2019.
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Watch: Kiki and the Kink (Navigate to chapter 16 in MindTap. Go to “From Dr. Carroll’s Notebook” unit.)
Dr. Carroll’s Notebook for chapter 16 is on page 431
Prompt: How do you decide whether a sexual behavior is “normal”? What is your definition of “typical” sexual activity, and where do you draw the line for yourself? Do you think people should be allowed to engage in any sexual behaviors they choose, as long as they have positive consent? Explain. If the majority of people feel that a behavior is distasteful, perverted, or abnormal, should we as a society stop anyone from engaging in it? Why or why not?
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