This course explores human sexual functioning in the context of self in relationship to others and community. It provides content on various aspects of sexual behavior, problems and difficulties, and diversity of sexual experience. Grounded in the human services, ethical and professional values are considered and discussed throughout the course. The course format includes professor lecture, student discussions and presentations, role-play, and use of films. Discussion of central issues and introduction to treatment approaches are encouraged in class. Guest lecturers who are experts in various areas of human sexuality and sex disorders will provide additional content.