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Sex and Entertainment: Exploring the portrayal Sexuality Media Over Time

January 24, 2013

Just between 1998 and 2005, the number of sexual scenes on TV nearly doubled and of the “top” films between 1983 and 2005, 32% contained sex episodes. The portrayal of sexuality in the media has drastically changed overtime – therefore, Elements Behavioral Health has used its expertise to dissect this culture shift. Source

Fear Tactics

Fear Tactics

September 10, 2012

This infographic was created for a book on how graphic design has the power to change. It’s part of a series of books that examine effective design campaigns that bring awareness and change perceptions of important social issues, including sexuality.

Unsexy America

Unsexy America

September 7, 2012

With shows like “The Jersey Shore” and “Girls Gone Wild” it seems like America is very in touch with it’s sexual side, but this infographic shows that might not be true. Based on surveying sexually active adults, this infogrpahic revels how satisfied people are with their sex lives and how much sex Americans are having […]

Orienting Sexuality and Gender

Orienting Sexuality and Gender

July 6, 2012

Sexual orientation has become a bit like describing your favorite drink from the corner coffee shop. Categorization of people is common, but is analogous to saying that someone is a coffee drinker while in fact they may only drink caramel macchiatos with skim milk and sprinkling of cinnamon. This infographic proposes that the we should […]

Masturbation Facts and Statistics

Masturbation Facts and Statistics

July 2, 2012

Masturbation is taking the act of sex and making it a solo performance, but just how many people are masturbating and who is doing it? This infographic provides all the dirty details about the doing the solo dirty deed.

Pseudo Sexuality

Pseudo Sexuality

May 8, 2012

This infographic was created for a book on how graphic design has the power to change. It’s part of a series of books that examine effective design campaigns that bring awareness and change perceptions of important social issues, including sexuality.