Physical, mental and stereotypical aspects all contribute to construct what humans are seen as a Gender. Gender denotes the sexual identity. Humans are mentally and biologically sexual. Sexuality is the way people perceive gender in the world. Sexuality is the way people control themselves according to the Gender. Gender is the biological and Perceptional side of the human. People born and are assigned to a gender to follow throughout their lives. This usually instinctual, yet variations in different cultures occur. The Views of the Catholic Church regarding sexuality is much like every other society: A person of the gender known as man develops a connection with a person who identifies as the gender or woman. Biologically, they difference sex for reproduction. People of gender (everyone) have the instinctual urge to reproduce. Instinct drives sexuality. In most cases throughout the world, instinct drives sexuality to an attraction to a person of the opposite sex.
The meaning of sexuality changes from time to time, from land to land, and from people to people. Social historians hold different points of view about sexuality relating to what the common people are thinking especially on the relationship between sexuality and mythology. The majority think that it is impossible to have a sexual history. However, the social
historians state that sexual behavior and its significance had changed time to time from their research, and therefore, they believed that sexuality has history. Sex relationship can be found among the Greek Gods in the Greek Myths. The Greek myths are an excellent example of the predominance of sexuality on human creativity.
Since the Greek Gods had sexual relationships, there will be some similarities and differences between the sexuality nowadays according to the status of sexes in sexual desire, and sex behavior. The sexual desires in the past and nowadays are quite similar. The fact that there were men who had more than one woman as a spouse is well representative of a sexual desire in the past. Petersen & Hyde (2010) completed an analysis of evolutionary psychology, cognitive social learning theory, social structural theory and gender similarities hypothesis to test 834 individuals to uncover gender differences in sexuality. Gender equality was shown to reduce differences in sexuality between the genders, with significant differences being found in attitudes towards masturbation, casual sex and pornography use. This study is informative because it illustrates gender differences and uses a large sample size, and covers many of the main topics of sexuality. Tolman & McClelland (2011) covered many of the same topics but focused on adolescent development. This is a review paper that covers three important topics – sexual behavior, sexual selfhood and sexual socialization. The research suggests that there needs to be less of a distinction between positive and risky sexualities and that a combination of these behaviors should be considered normative. It reviews several pieces of research on the topic and is therefore strong evidence for this claim. It also illustrates the importance of sexuality may be different to certain age groups. Brickell (2012) researched how the internet is affecting sexuality as an important enabler of sexual relations. The