Sexual activities, when carried out in conventionally acceptable contexts, are considered sacred in many cultural communities around the world. In some instances, it is a taboo to mention anything related to sexuality in public places. Discussions bordering sex are carried out in hush tones while children kept away from such subjects. However, sexual activities have courted a lot of controversies and drew the attention of the masses world over.
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This article discusses gender and sexuality during the national period and the shift from women's history to the study of the social construction of both femininity and masculinity and of various forms of sexuality. Gender here is both a topic and a category of analysis. The discussion thus sheds much light on other aspects of—in this case, national—society, such as notions of nationality and citizenship, the nature of the modern state and law, populism, and revolutionary and feminist politics. Keywords: women's history , femininity , masculinity , female oppression , historiography , national society.
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Sexual revolution in 1960s United States
We like to think of America as sexually permissive. The median American woman has had three sex partners in her lifetime. The median man has had five. These numbers have remained unchanged for decades: you have to look at people born prior to the s, who came of age before the Sexual Revolution, to find lower numbers. The distribution of promiscuity is skewed to the right: most people have only a few partners, but a few people have a whole lot.
Flappers of the s were young women known for their energetic freedom, embracing a lifestyle viewed by many at the time as outrageous, immoral or downright dangerous. Now considered the first generation of independent American women, flappers pushed barriers in economic, political and sexual freedom for women. Multiple factors—political, cultural and technological—led to the rise of the flappers. During World War I , women entered the workforce in large numbers, receiving higher wages that many working women were not inclined to give up during peacetime.