Ethics; Sexual Ethics

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Celibacy
Not having sexual relations with another person.
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Feminism
A way of thinking that seeks to emancipate women in society and give them equal opportunities.
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Gender
Cultural and psychological characteristics that determine whether an individual is male or female.
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Harm Principal
The belief that an act or consequence is morally permissible if no harm is done.
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Queer Theory
The idea that there can be no fixed rules about what is/is not a legitimate sexual relationship; being queer - freedom to define oneself according to one's nature.
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Sex
The biological characteristic that determine whether an individual is male or female.
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A way of thinking that seeks to emancipate women in society and give them equal opportunities.

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Feminism

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Cultural and psychological characteristics that determine whether an individual is male or female.

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The belief that an act or consequence is morally permissible if no harm is done.

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Card 5

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The idea that there can be no fixed rules about what is/is not a legitimate sexual relationship; being queer - freedom to define oneself according to one's nature.

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