Heterosexual Deviance - Deviant Behaviour - Lecture Slides, Slides for Sociology of Deviance. Ambedkar University, Delhi
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Heterosexual Deviance - Deviant Behaviour - Lecture Slides, Slides for Sociology of Deviance. Ambedkar University, Delhi

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Heterosexual Deviance

Heterosexual Deviance

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Teen Sex

• Less stigma on premarital sex – more stigma for teens

• Teens  not mature – illegitimate babies

• Early sex is increasing – by age 15

• 25% of girls • 30% of boys

– 50% + active by 12th grade – more partners – at younger age – highest premarital pregnancy – STD’s

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Teen Sex

• Less stigma on premarital sex – more stigma for teens

• Teens  not mature – illegitimate babies

• Early sex is increasing – by age 15

• 25% of girls • 30% of boys

– 50% + active by 12th grade – more partners – at younger age – highest premarital pregnancy – STD’s

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Teen Sex

• Less stigma on premarital sex – more stigma for teens

• Teens  not mature – illegitimate babies

• Early sex is increasing – by age 15

• 25% of girls • 30% of boys

– 50% + active by 12th grade – more partners – at younger age – highest premarital pregnancy – STD’s

• Reasons for adolescents becoming sexually active include: – peer pressure – parental factors

• absent parents – environmental variables

• single parent homes • June (prom) & December

highest

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Extramarital Sex

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Extramarital Sex • Adultery, infidelity • Sex outside of marriage • Considered as “wrong” • Self reported data

– men 25% – women 17%

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Extramarital Sex • Adultery, infidelity • Sex outside of marriage • Considered as “wrong” • Self reported data

– men 25% – women 17%

Seductive Myths • Most dream of it

– Fantasy – Sexual escapade – not sex

• Myth – Men  exciting

• Reality – Far from exciting – Less than half  gratifying

• Myth – Oversexed

• Reality – Much less sexually active

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Extramarital Sex Cultural Variations • Illegitimate adultery

– Sexual intercourse not necessary

– Lozi Africans • Walking w married women

not related • giving beer

– Christians  literal interpretation of bible

• divorce/ remarriage

Seductive Myths • Most dream of it

– fantasy – sexual escapade – not sex

• Myth – men  exciting

• Reality – far from exciting – less than half  gratifying

• Myth – oversexed

• Reality – much less sexually active

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Extramarital Sex Cultural Variations • Illegitimate adultery

– Sexual intercourse not necessary

– Lozi Africans • Walking w married women

not related • giving beer

– Christians  literal interpretation of bible

• divorce/ remarriage

• Legitimate Adultery – more often  approved – unhappy Kofya Nigerians

• take another lover while husband is around

– Italians every married man has lover

• woman and man married to others

– Servants  wives of rich men

• rich men  servants and cooks

• taboo to speak about it – Not in American Society

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Extramarital Sex Social Factors • Premarital coitus  higher

extramarital sex • Less religious more likely than

religious • Lower income more so than high

income • Economic Recession

– different work schedules • Anonymity of urban life

– what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas

• Greater longevity for marriage • New technology  internet

• Legitimate Adultery – More often  approved – Unhappy Kofya Nigerians

• Take another lover while husband is around

– Italians every married man has lover

• Woman and man married to others

– Servants  wives of rich men • Rich men  servants and cooks • Taboo to speak about it

– Not in American Society

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Extramarital Sex Social Factors • Premarital coitus  higher

extramarital sex • Less religious more likely than

religious • Lower income more so than high

income • Economic Recession

– different work schedules • Anonymity of urban life

– what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas

• Greater longevity for marriage • New technology  internet

• Begins accidently • Gender  most important

– Men more likely than women • attach little importance • not associate with love

– Women  attach too much significance

• believe not in love w husband

• affair partner  true love

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Social Profile of Swingers

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Social Profile of Swingers • Married couples exchanging

spouses for sex only – co-marital sex – mate swapping – consensus between husband and

wife – 1 to 2 % of couples

• Middle class, suburban whites • 25 – 45 y/o • Politically somewhat conservative

– send kids to Sunday school – not active w/ church

• Racial and ethnic prejudice

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Social Profile of Swingers • Married couples exchanging

spouses for sex only – co-marital sex – mate swapping – consensus between husband and

wife – 1 to 2 % of couples

• Middle class, suburban whites • 25 – 45 y/o • Politically somewhat conservative

– send kids to Sunday school – not active w/ church

• Racial and ethnic prejudice

• Nothing remarkably different about them – low church attendance – unhappy childhoods – husband  unhappy parental

marriage – sexually active in early age and

frequency – less political activity

• Lose control by religion, family and community

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Social Profile of Swingers • Bored with life

– frustrated • Believe that they are reducing

gender inequality – husband initiates swinging – wife originally refuses – husband coercion – “Couple who swings together

stays together” • Greater marital and sexual

satisfaction – harmonious – separate sex from emotion – not so for romantics

• Nothing remarkably different about them – low church attendance – unhappy childhoods – husband  unhappy parental

marriage – sexually active in early age and

frequency – less political activity

• Lose control by religion, family and community

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Phone Sex

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Phone Sex • Sells sexual fantasies • Faking interest in caller

– Playing along with fantasy

• Max profit  long duration – Comply w caller

• Business attitude

– Not like or dislike – Money making

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Phone Sex • Sells sexual fantasies • Faking interest in caller

– Playing along with fantasy

• Max profit  long duration – Comply w caller

• Business attitude

– Not like or dislike – Money making

Types of Callers • 1. Quick sex caller

– Minimal time on phone and conversation – Fast sex act request

• 2. Psychos – Violent and angry – Want to beat and rape

• 3. Lonely – Call same operator – Marriage proposal & Future plans – No sexual discussions

• 4. Sexually Possessive – Like the lonely but jealous – Demand sexual exclusivity

• 5. Likeable Caller – Sounds attractive – Arouse operators interest – Well spoken and educated – High status professionals – Called because “curious”

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Nude Dancing

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Nude Dancing • Sexual intimacy with

attractive woman – Body exposed

• Interest not in dancing – Flashing body parts – Sexually arousing style

• Up close by the stage – Men await with dollars – Dancer exposes vagina – Open labia, play with clitoris – If wet, wipe with costumer’s

hat

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Nude Dancing • Sexual intimacy with

attractive woman – Body exposed

• Interest not in dancing – Flashing body parts – Sexually arousing style

• Up close by the stage – Men await with dollars – Dancer exposes vagina – Open labia, play with clitoris – If wet, wipe with costumer’s

hat

• Costumers are working class men – Below average looks – Young and assertive – In real life such women won’t

even look at them – Fantasize being with attractive

women • The Dancers

– 1999 $25K – $75K – Mostly with minimal educ. – Money is the reason – Dishonorable

• Most do not identify with job – Empowering

• attention from paying costumers

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Pornography

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Pornography

Porn Industry • In huge demand

– 1985  75 million – 1996  665 million – Today  $10 billion

• US leads in production – 150 titles per week

• Available for private use – DVD rental – Internet websites – hotels

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Pornography Porn Industry • In huge demand

– 1985  75 million – 1996  665 million – Today  $10 billion

• US leads in production – 150 titles per week

• Available for private use – DVD rental – Internet websites – hotels

• Harmless Porn – Censorship violates freedom

of expression – No contribution to rape or

sex crime » Cities w circulation of

magazine • No different than cities w/o

– Sex crimes dropped in Denmark

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Pornography The Effects of Porn • Harmful Porn

– Feminists  harmful to women – Male aggression against women – Destroy traditional family values

• 1. Participants of porn – Adverse effects

• 2. Prolonged use of porn – Less common sexual practices seem more

common • 3. Sexual action  pleasurable

– Acceptance  use of coercion in sex – Impression that women like to be hurt and

humiliated • 4. Acceptance of coercive sexuality

– Related to sexual aggression – Violent material depicting the victim

enjoying – Coercion and violence acceptable

• 5. Increased punitive behavior toward women

• Harmless Porn – Censorship violates freedom

of expression – No contribution to rape or

sex crime » Cities w circulation of

magazine • No different than cities

w/o – Sex crimes dropped in

Denmark

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