What were your knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs regarding the experience before engaging in it?

Chose an activity you have never done beforeExamples of novel experiences include (but are not limited to): 1) Visiting a sex boutique/shop; 2) Visiting a lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender (LGBT) bar/club (for those of age); 3) Visiting an S&M or other non-normative sexual bar/club (for those of age); 4) Visiting the Museum of Sex (MoSex; www.mosex.com); 5) Participating in a new sexual behavior or act; 6) Viewing sexually explicit material (video, magazine, etc.) from a genre never viewed before; 7) Attending a Sexual Compulsives Anonymous meeting (online meetings available; www.sca-recovery.org); and 7) Visiting a strip club/bar (for those of age); 8) Attending an S&M support & education group meeting (student dues rates available; www.tes.org); 9) Attending a PFLAG (Parents & Friends of Lesbians & Gays) Meeting. Consult with the professor for specific information on venues or if you’re unsure about your choice of experience. The subsequent written assignment should answer the following questions: 1) What type of experience did you engage in (date, time, place, etc.)?; 2) Why did you choose this experience?; 3) What were your knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs regarding the experience before engaging in it?; 4) What were your expectations of the experience?; 5) What exactly occurred during the experience?; 6) What were your thoughts and feelings during the experience?; 6) What were your thoughts and feelings immediately after the experience?; 7) How did the experience change your knowledge, values, attitudes, and beliefs regarding the experience?; 8) How might this experience influence you in your personal or professional life in the future?
Please Look below on the questions that should be answered based. This must not be more than 3 pages in total.
HE 241: Sex & SexualitySexual Odyssey Assignment Template
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DIRECTIONS: After you’ve completed your odyssey (experience), type your answers to the following questions directly into the text boxes. You may include an unlimited amount of text in the boxes, but make sure your responses (in total) do not exceed 3 pages. When finished, save your document as a different file name. You will then be able to upload your new file (with your answers) to Blackboard.
What type of experience did you engage in (date, time, place, etc.)?
Why did you choose this experience?
What were your knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs regarding the experience before engaging in it?
What were your expectations of the experience?
What exactly occurred during the experience?
What were your thoughts and feelings during the experience?
What were your thoughts and feelings immediately after the experience?
How did the experience change your knowledge, values, attitudes, and beliefs regarding the experience?
How might this experience influence you in your personal or professional life in the future?