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Art Works! Prevention Programs for Youth and Communities by Paula Randall

By Paula Randall

Profiles version arts-based substance abuse prevention courses for early life & groups in quite a few disciplines & settings. Highlighted courses contain Tuscons venture Choli & outdated Pascua adolescence Artists San Franciscos Vietnamese adolescence Dev. heart Peer source application Bronx Council at the Arts, WritersCorp CHILART Playwrights application of recent Brunswick, N.J. Little Rocks CornerStone undertaking NETworks heart Chicagos track Theater Workshop stressed sequence Iowa Citys United motion for early life Synthesis Arts Workshop & youngster source Project/New Visions/Nueva Visiones Theater of Holyoke, MA.

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It appears to be a way for heterosexual women to have sex “like men,” and for heterosexual men to finally have sex the way they have always wanted to. We will explore these ideas further in chapter 5, because I do not believe that this simplification of either gender is accurate. But for the moment, let’s assume this is an accurate description of some single young people’s sex lives. So why, then, are some women being denied the chance to really have sex “on their terms” (Kamen, 2002)? There are numerous reports of pharmacists and other medical professionals interfering with women’s sexual and reproductive freedoms on the grounds of religion.

7 A major element of the discourse on the American Dream is a belief in civil rights and equality for all, in spite of evidence to the contrary. ” But if we simply focus on the findings themselves, it is rather confusing. With our adultery example, it is unequivocal that Americans’ attitudes remain uniformly negative, despite societal changes in other respects. So it is confusing, troubling, and contradictory to note that nonetheless, Americans do step outside their partnerships regularly. It is almost impossible to tell how often this occurs, however, because the dominant, negative sociocultural attitude may prevent people from admitting infidelities.

S. S. ’ Everything announced by these mock headlines is real, reported in studies or the popular press. qxd 16 11/9/05 3:41 PM Page 16 Se x ua l i t i e s i n C o n t e x t of housewives’ affairs and sexual escapades. S. government spends about $1,000,000,000 a year on abstinence-only school “sex” education. 24 Teachers must tell students of the damage that will surely befall them if they do not abstain from all sexual activity until legally, heterosexually married. 25 Fully 35 percent require that abstinence be taught as the only option; the other 51 percent teach that abstinence is the preferred option but allow discussion of contraception.

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