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Štefanigová, Denisa ; Novotný, Michal (referee) ; Malý, Břetislav (advisor)
Painting act as an act of making love The bachelor thesis is a serie of paintings on canvas, which strives to make the erotic images that each of us creates on the basis of his own imagination from day to day. They are unrealized, or dreamed and are not anchored in reality, thus creating a new reality, functioning in the space of our heads. This is how painting works for me. As a space in which something can happen that doesn't really exist.
Side Effect / This could be us
Masevnina, Polina ; Pustaiová,, Zuzana (referee) ; Klodová, Lenka (advisor)
My bachelor thesis Side Effect / This could be us consists of a series of photographs and the texts in the form of a visual intimate diary and focuses mainly on self-reflection. As in my previous works, I reflect on romantic and sexual relationships, changes in my mental and physical condition, whether caused by love affairs, any kind of addiction, or by taking anti- depressants. The side effect of medical psychotherapy affecting sexuality is one of the top- ics I reveal in my project. By creating my self-portraits and writing explicit notes, I satisfy the obsessive need to share my intimate life - digital exhibitionism has a therapeutic meaning in this case, it helps to ex- perience and cope with my current state. I interpret intimacy from the perspective of sharing a personal space. I explore the physical and symbolic nature of the text as the way of ex- pression and my own body as a tool for preserving and living memories. Focusing on the body I materialise it as the map of touches, I turn my experiences into a physical form.
I hope there is some space for love
Essender, Lukáš ; Topínková, Anita (referee) ; Klodová, Lenka (advisor)
Composing a narative of behaviors and emotions in a sculptural practice. Observation of queer experience and sexuality in contemporary world.
Benčíková, Barbora ; Bačíková, Alžběta (referee) ; Šrámek, Jan (advisor)
The artpiece name is "Indrahanush" which is name of fictional character. The piece is made from videos in documentary form with focus on sexuality and love in India, about liberalisation a deliberalisation of sexuality and love, problematics of prostitution and problematic about the women social status in a cotext of social statitification- so called casts.
Images of femininity in women's art products
The bachelor thesis deals with the representation of images of femininity in its various aspects in artefacts of women. The Theoretical part focuses on theoretical background and relies mainly on feminist approaches in psychotherapy and art therapy. The Theoretical part establishes the themes that are pursued in the research part in the respondents' artworks. The analysis of the artefacts is carried out in accordance with the procedures of the projective-interventionist approach in art therapy with a substantial involvement of feminist perspectives in the interpretative procedures.
Postoj žáků středních odborných škol k homosexualitě
Kurej, Josef
The central topic of the bachelor's thesis is to find out what opinion students of secondary vocational schools have about homosexuality in the social sphere, homosexual parenting, the job classification of homosexuals and in the sphere of friendship with homosexuals. The theoretical part of the bachelor's thesis briefly describes the history and present of sexuality, divides sexual orientations into different groups, and mainly deals with homosexuality, homosexual behavior and possible risks of sexually transmitted diseases.
Social work for people with mental disabilities focused on support in relationships
Smiešková, Dorota ; Kolářová, Marta (advisor) ; Janečková, Hana (referee)
The aim of the bachelor's thesis is to present social work in the field of sexuality and relationships as one of the approaches to support people with mental disabilities in their integration into everyday life. The theoretical part describes the approach to the sexuality of persons with disabilities and discusses the attitude of the Rytmus - from the client to the citizen, z.ú. It focuses on the explanation of individual concepts important for the examined field, the tools used, associated with specific examples from practice when working with service users. The practical part presents qualitative research, the purpose of which is to identify the impact the support for people with intellectual disabilities in sexuality, intimacy and relationships has on their inclusion in everyday life, and how they can benefit from such support. The research was carried out on two levels - in the form of interviews with selected users of the service, as well as with workers - sexual confidants who provide such advice. The conclusions of the qualitative research showed that support in the field of relationships has a positive effect on the overall experience of clients, strengthens the feeling of one's own value and place in the society.
The reflection of priest celibacy in contemporary theology and culture.
Švecová, Petra ; Fošum, Jan (advisor) ; Bouma, David (referee)
Reflection of priest celibacy in contemporary theology and culture Abstract The Bachelor's thesis describes the reflection of priest celibacy in contemporary theology and culture. This topic is part of a wider discussion about human sexuality in theology and history. A part of the thesis includes a historical review which is connected to the current systematic reflection. The identity of priests and the way of speaking about celibacy and priesthood in present theology is very different, the text examines the experience of sexual abuse in the church. The thesis takes notice of the different approaches and possible consequences of them, e.g. the image of women in texts that discuss the celibate way of life. It also observes the possibility of a better connection to the present culture and social sciences. Keywords celibacy, priesthood identity, theological reflection of celibacy in history and today, celibacy and relationship to women
"MAKE THEM PAY YOU WHAT THEY WOULD PAY A WHITE MAN": intersectional feminist analysis of the book The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo
Smolíková, Eva ; Knotková - Čapková, Blanka (advisor) ; Jiroutová Kynčlová, Tereza (referee)
In this diploma thesis I analyze the book The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo from intersectional feminist point of view. The author of this book is Taylor Jenkins Reid, 1st edition came out in 2017 and became popular thanks to not only social media. In the first part of my thesis I focus on overview of theory and methodology, which I work with later, such as intersectionality, gender, race, sexuality. In this context I am interested in theorizing the concepts of male gaze, female gaze and toxic and healthy masculinity. I also focus on literature and feminism and the portrayal of femininity in literature. In the analytical part of my diploma thesis, I analyze characters chronologically using the original structure of the book. My interest in analysis is in the construction of gender, race and sexuality. I focus on how the author constructs sexual and gender identity in concrete historical as well as social context and how are relationships of the main heroine constructed in this context. Key words: The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, stereotypes, gender, race, sexuality, power, resistant reading

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