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What is human sexuality? How can we understand erotic desires? This course introduces students to how human sexuality is formed by social, economic, political and cultural factors. Course readings will address different understandings of sexuality in various cultures with specific focus on Asian cultures. Classic theoretical texts on the sociology of sexuality will also be examined in this course.
We will study closely how new forms of intimacy question our common ways of understanding romantic relationships and erotic desires. We will also examine the intersectionality of social factors that affect how we have come to understand sexualities.
These social factors include gender, class, race, ethnicity, and health status. Students will be introduced to readings that cover feminisms, gay and lesbian studies, queer theory, and contemporary sociological theories on the body.
Key topics include beauty myth and body politics, feminist and LGBTQ movements, transgenderism and intersexuality, sexual morality and religion, BDSM, sexual citizenship and sexual politics, sex work, pornography, urban space of desire, and sexuality education. Bartky, S. Kourany, James P. Sterba and Rosemarie Tong. New Jersey: Prentice Hall.
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