Annual Editions: Human Sexualities, 31st Edition by Bobby Hutchison

By Bobby Hutchison

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But until I sat down to write this piece, I had never thought about how appropriate the saying is to a consideration of the history of sexuality. For the most striking thing about the literature is that the vast majority of what we know about sexuality in the past is about what is “queer,” in the sense of nonnormative. We assume that “normative” describes most of what happened sexually in the past, but we know very little about that. Except what the history of nonnormative sexuality—same-sex, commercial, non- or extra-marital, or in some other way deemed inappropriate—can tell us.

Copyright © 2006 by American Association for the Advancement of Science. Reproduced with permission from AAAS. indd 11 1/8/09 12:47:57 AM Article 3 Three ‘Rules’ That Don’t Apply A historian upends conventional wisdom. Stephanie Coontz M overturned. For women born since 1960, this rule has ceased to apply. Today, although the average college grad marries almost two years later than the average woman—and the average woman who gets an advanced degree marries almost five years later—they are more likely to marry than women with low levels of education.

By comparing TFRs from one year to another, demographers can track fertility trends. Leaving aside the effects of immigration and emigration, if a population is to remain the same size, both parents must replace themselves. 1—slightly more than a flat rate, to account for the small fraction of children who die before reaching reproductive age. Yet nearly all of the world’s industrialized nations have TFRs well below this magic number. 76, which helps explain the alarm expressed by political leaders in those countries.

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