Select a topic of interest to you that is related to human sexuality. The argument paper should begin with a one- to three-sentence statement of the main thesis. A thesis is an argument concerning an issue. It clearly states the author’s perception and position on the issue. Make your argument clear in your opening paragraph. Your paper should present your beliefs or conclusions related to the topic and should be supported by the literature. Present ONE side of the issue. The paper should include at least three references, and may also include the course text. Include a Cover page, Table of Contents page, and list of references at the end (see the APA Manual of Style for preparing and formatting these).A Crash Course on Argument Papers* Select an issue or dilemma of interest.* Review the pertinent literature.* Decide on your perception; take a stance.* Articulate your perception in a thesis statement.* Summarize the issues; demonstrate an understanding of the controversy.* Defend/argue in favor of your perception using all resources available.* Finish with a strong summary statement that reinforces your thesis.