The definition of sexuality is the capacity to have erotic
experiences and responses. There are two major aspects or manifestations of
sexuality. The first is the biological or physical and the second is the
emotional or spiritual. From the biological perspective sexuality is concerned
with the reproduction and the biological drive present in all species.
As far as the
emotional aspect is concerned, it is the bond between two individuals of the
same species, manifested through the expression of love, care and trust. Other
aspects of sexuality are concerned with cultural, theological, ethic, moral,
political and legal issues.
Sexual activity represents one of the crucial principles of
existence. Let us examine exactly how important sexuality, and activity in that
particular field, is important to humans.
When it comes to sexuality it is important to mention the
nature versus nurture debate. The opposing sides to this debate are two well
known theorists, Sigmund Freud and John Locke. The debate is concerned with the
innate characteristics in humans and how these can be affected by the physical
and social environment. Freud argues that human sexuality is driven by genetics
and mental activity while Locke`s view of the matter is that sexuality is being
developed with the influence of the environmental factors.
Other aspects to consider while looking into this particular
subject are biological and physiological issues, anatomy, psychological matters,
sexuality and age or socio-cultural factors and behavioral patterns.
The documentaries and video materials compiled in this
category are concerned with the above mentioned issues and various other topics
that are related to the term sexuality.
Discover what it takes to protect the children in the UK from
the sexual predators and the legal failures in respect to the victims of sex
offenders. The story follows three activists Chris Witwer, Bill Bryant and
Is it possible that a
political bill in Uganda will make homosexuality punishable by death? David
Kato and Christopher Senyonjo are the leading activists in the movement to
prevent the passing of this bill. The so called “kuchus” or lesbian, gay,
bisexual and transgender men and women have no rights whatsoever.