Expression of sexual desire involves behaviors learned through socialization (i.e., from society), especially from religion, law, and the media.
Alfred Kinsey produced the Kinsey Report, the largest documentation of sexuality in the United States at the time of its publication.
The Kinsey Report helped spark the sexual revolution, in which social regulations regarding sexual activity were loosened.
Sexual orientation refers to enduring emotional, romantic and sexual attraction to the opposite sex, the same sex, both, or neither.
Homophobia is the range of negative attitudes and feelings towards homosexuality or people who are perceived to be homosexual.
The LGBT rights movement refers to the efforts of LGBT advocates to improve their legal and social status.
Social context influences sexual behavior; sexuality is expressed and understood through socialized processes.