Pornography and erotica have a long history in society. In order to gain a fuller understanding of erotic photography and the type of clients that participate in erotic photo shoots, qualitative interviews were conducted with eleven photographers who specialize in erotic photography. A descriptive analysis of the typical erotic photo shoot was conducted, as well as a thematic analysis of the role of the photographer. Four main themes were identified including the changing nature of erotic photos, the relationship between the photographer and the client, the erotic photo shoot experience, and motivations.
There has been limited research on women who are highly sexual. The study seeks to identify the specific sexual attitudes and behaviors that characterize highly sexual women in comparison to less sexual women.
This paper examines the conflicting views regarding childhood and adolescent sexual education and the moral frame works from which they developed. Explored issues include childhood exposure to such contentious topics as homosexuality, masturbation, non coital play and alternative relationship forms and what values, if any, should be stressed. It is argued that only comprehensive sex education fulfills the conditions of a functional morality that allows everyone to lead happy, meaningful and productive lives.
This paper critically analyzes the arguments advanced on behalf of Vancouver Rape Relief Society and on behalf of Kimberley Nixon, following the VRRS' refusal to accept Nixon as a volunteer peer counselor on the basis that she is a transsexual and thus has no place in women-only spaces and then asks: if a trans woman is not woman enough to qualify for a place on staff (volunteer or paid) in women-only spaces, then what standard allows genderqueer, genderfluid, or even androgynous females into that space.