Sex on Your Terms: What to Say to Explain Your Limits, to Repel Sexual Pressure, to Avoid Being Falsely Accused, to Escape Disease / Edition 1by Elizabeth Powell
Pub. Date: 11/08/1995
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
To make wise sexual choices and to avoid being a victim or perpetrator, one must have two things: knowledge and the power to act on that knowledge. While some books adequately cover the necessary factual information regarding sexual harassment, rape, and disease and pregnancy prevention, there is a great need for learning the coping skills for dealing with the sexual dilemmas that confront readers today.
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Table of Contents
I. HOW TO BECOME ASSERTIVE ABOUT SEX.
1. Taking Charge of Your Sexuality.
2. Learning the Basic Skills.
3. Making Your Thoughts Work for You.
II. HOW TO RESPOND TO PERSUASION.
4. Standing Up to Verbal Pressure.
5. Speaking Up to Avoid Disease and Pregnancy.
III. HOW TO COPE WITH INTRUSION AND FORCE.
6. Resisting Sexual Harassment.
7. Avoiding Acquaintance Rape.
8. Responding to Other Intrusions.
IV. HOW TO SPEAK UP FOR YOUR SOCIETY.
9. Searching for the Causes.
10. Becoming a Witness.
Appendix: Where to Get and Give Help.
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