1. Sexual Deviance and Sexual Harassment 2. asexuality • Some people are simply not interested in sex. 3. fetish A fetish is a strange hobby that is sometimes sexual. 4. Children born to unmarried parents • In the past this was not accepted. • Now many parents decide not to get married. • A child whose parents are not married is a “bastard.” Shotgun wedding 5. homosexuality In some cultures, homosexuality is accepted. In some, it is taboo or a crime. 6. Cross dressing Cross dressing is when a man dresses as a woman, or a woman dresses as a man. It is common in Thailand. 7. transgender A transgender person may take hormones or have surgery to change their gender. 8. Sadomasochism “S and M” Some people like painful sex, with abuse or domination. 9. voyeurism Voyeurism is when someone likes to watch other people having sex. That person is called a voyeur. 10. Porn addiction The internet has made many people addicted to porn. This can damage their relationships. 11. Sex with prostitutes A prostitute sells sex for money. It is illegal and dangerous. There is no love involved. 12. pervert A pervert is a person who wants to do sexual things that society thinks is wrong or strange. Things like sexually touching a stranger, or being naked in public. 13. pedophile A pedophile is an adult who wants to have sex with children. 14. rape Rape is when one person makes the other have sex when they don’t want to. In statutory rape, both people want to have sex, but one is under the age of 18 and the other is an adult. 15. incest Incest is when people in the same family have sex. Because of genetics, the children of these people can have problems. 16. bestiality Bestiality is when people have sex with animals. 17. necrophilia Some people like to have sex with dead people. 18. Sexual harassment Sexual harassment is when someone makes someone uncomfortable in a sexual way. 19. • Examples of Sexual Harassment • Sharing sexually inappropriate images or videos, such as pornography, with co-workers • Sending sexually suggestive letters, notes, or e-mails • Telling lewd jokes, or sharing sexual anecdotes • Making inappropriate sexual gestures • Staring in a sexual way, or whistling • Making sexual comments about appearance, clothing, or body parts • Inappropriate touching, including pinching, patting, rubbing, or kissing • Asking sexual questions, such as questions about someone's sexual history or their sexual orientation • Making offensive comments about someone's sexual orientation or gender identity • Threatening to fire someone if they don’t give sex. 20. How to stop sexual harassment • Tell them clearly that you want them to stop. • If they don’t stop, threaten them. • If they still don’t stop, get help from someone above them. 21. Questions • What does sexual harassment mean? • How can we stop sexual harassment? • What is a cross dresser? • What does asexual mean? • What does incest mean? • What is a homosexual? • What is a person that sells sex called? • What is it called when someone forces another to have sex? 22. Role play • One person is a boss in a company. The other is a woman being sexually harassed. • One person is a man who watches too much porn, and the other is a girlfriend that wants him to stop.