is to give tips about how to approach a range of questions and research topics on sexuality and to clarify when and how Cornell's Human Sexuality Collection may be of use to you.
It provides answers to many frequently asked questions. If you are looking for a specific fact or for some general guidance on a sexuality-related topic, it may be helpful to go talk with a reference librarian at your local public or research library.
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(See the definition of primary sources at question 5.
For secondary sources, see questions 12-16.) Formats include manuscripts, rare books and periodicals, and audio-visual material.
There are 6 sections to the Sexuality Research Guide: (Olin Library Oversize Z7961. Reference librarians are trained to help you find appropriate encyclopedia articles, book reviews, bibliographies, and other standard sources for starting a research project.
This is a legal status that lawmakers created for your protection. 10.“Minors’ Access to Contraceptive Services,” State Policies in Brief, The Alan Guttmacher Institute. 11.“Emergency Contraception,” State Policies in Brief, The Alan Guttmacher Institute. 12.“Emergency Room Requirements To Offer/Provide Sexual Assault Survivors with Emergency Contraception.” Henry J.
This policy is intended to guide students, faculty and staff members who have experienced or been affected by sexual misconduct.
Because acts of sexual misconduct may occur in a variety of settings, this policy extends to behaviors that occur in the context of any of Cornell’s programs and activities and specifically extends to off-campus behavior that has created or may create a hostile environment on campus or in Cornell’s programs and activities.
In Illinois, you can legally consent to sexual intercourse when you become 17 years old. 7.“An Overview of Minors’ Consent Laws, State Policies in Brief, The Alan Guttmacher Institute. 8.“Minors’ Access to STI Services,” State Policies in Brief, The Alan Guttmacher Institute.
All other minors must get a parent’s permission to receive a prescription for birth control. State of the States 2004: A Policy Analysis of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Safer Schools Issues.