Why masturbation is or is not an immoral sexual act.

  1. Discuss what you mean by family values.
    2.Distinguish between the public and private aspects of human sexuality. Do you think that this distinction is important when examining morality, marriage and human sexuality? Explain your reasoning.
    3.Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of engaging in pre-marital sex.
    4.How does a marriage-type relationship differ from other human relationships, and state two of its purposes?
    5.Is homosexual or same-sex marriage incompatible with the institution? Give reasons to support your views.
    6.What are your personal views on the moral issue of adultery? Consider the various moral arguments on this issue when formulating your answer.
    7.Explain why masturbation is or is not an immoral sexual act.
    8.How would you define pornography? Give examples of the type of literature and activities you consider pornographic and explain why you place them in this category?
    9.To what extent do you think prostitution is moral? What effect does the statement “Social acceptance and governmental control would eliminate crime and problems of social-disease” have on your views?
    10.How would you define unnatural sex or sexual perversion? When is it moral and when is it immoral? Give reasons for your answer.
    11.Discuss in detail to what extent you think the truth about terminal illness should be told to patients and their families, and why.
    12.To what extent do you feel that reward, punishment, or other types of forcible or subtle coercion should be used to get people to behave in certain ways?
    13.To what extent and under what circumstances do you feel that people’s behavior should be controlled? Do you feel it is acceptable to control people in ways that they don’t know they are being controlled? Give reasons for your answer.
    14,To what degree do you believe that human beings can or should be experimented on? Give reasons for your answer.
    15.To what extent do you feel that genetic experimentation and development should be allowed, especially experiments that involve the creation of life in a laboratory, stem cell research, and the cloning of human beings?