Critical feminist analysis of the biomedical conceptualization of female sexual desire


5 pages for the essay (not including the cover page or the references)

students are encouraged to write a feminist essay (attentive to interlocking systems of oppression) that should include the following elements: (1) an introduction, within which the student could explain why they are interested in the selected topic and what will be the main parts of the essay; (2) the body of the essay, which could ideally be divided into a few parts,
each with a sub-title; (3) a conclusion, within which the student could summarize (in a paragraph) the key arguments of the essay and use another paragraph to develop the implications of these arguments; and (4) a list
of references, which should include only the references for authors or works cited in the essay.