It seems baffling that someone might consider oral sex not to be considered a sexual activity. While it may not be considered the "traditional" method of sexual activity, it still involves sexual organs and still produces fluids from the body. There may not be a risk of pregnancy through oral sex, but there is still the risk of sexually transmitted diseases and that should be brought to light to everyone with the label of "Oral Sex." It is physical sexual contact between
HIV is a well-known sexually transmitted disease that should be taken seriously when it comes to a sexually active person. Sex is natural parts of life so take steps to make sure you and your partner are safe. The first step for a sexually active person that would like to protect him or herself from obtaining HIV or AIDS disease is to learn about the disease in more detail. Knowing how the disease is spread and the symptoms could result in saving their life or others. The virus concentrates in blood and seminal fluid, although it is present in the vaginal secretions, and the most confident way to ensure you don’t come into contact with the HIV disease is to refrain from sexual intercourse and activities.
Sex in the Media In the media, sex has evolved over the years. Now, more than ever sex is at its peak in the media. In today's society, the young are able to view sex in daytime television and learn from the promotion of sex in the media. In this essay, we will explore the options of where we learn about sex, places we see sex, how sex influences our lives, and the importance of improving sex education in teens. Growing up in the 21st century, sex is all around.
It is never easy to hear that you have contracted HIV some type of way whether if it was through unprotected sex, needles or from the mother, therefore it is best to get educated and protect yourself from many things. There are many ways that a person can protect themselves from contracting HIV. One of the best ways to know if you have HIV and to stop from spreading it is getting tested. It is okay to talk to your partner about getting tested for the virus. Also, if you use a condom every time you have sex you can lower your risk of contracting and transmitting HIV.
Premarital Sex The controversy over premarital sex has never been more profound than it is today. The very mention of the word brings forth radically different reactions. At one time, the very subject of sex was taboo, and then the sexual revolution was introduced as a time when people were unrestrained and open to explore their sexuality. Today, many have become so inordinately apprehensive about sexually related diseases that they perceive premarital sex as totally foolhardy. I am of the opinion that the decision to engage in premarital sex should not be condemned by either faction.
Sex education is fundamental because it also teaches kids and teens about sexually transmitted diseases. It is important to teach these lessons because it can help save a life. Teaching an abstinence-only course is not helpful because it does not discuss major issues like this. It does not help kids to only learn that sex is wrong. It is helpful to teach them that
Outline Worksheet TOPIC: Condoms ORGANIZATION PATTERN: Chronological and Topical SPECIFIC PURPOSE: To inform PRIMARY AUDIENCE OUTCOME (I want my audience to...): Learn how to effectively use a condom and in turn, practice safe sex. THESIS STATEMENT (A single declarative statement that captures the essence/theme of the speech): If used correctly, condoms can be one of the most effect forms of contraception and can prevent most sexually transmitted diseases. Introduction ATTENTION GETTER: I’m not saying everyone in this room has, or has had sex. But I do know that as college students and young adults, sex is something that is familiar to us. Your friends might be doing it, you may be doing it, or you might even walk in on you roommate doing it.
Then, the sex education is a essential for invidious, family, and schools, privacy and public sides, which should be creating the best form to teach young generations to have satisfactory sexuality and preventing sexual transmission diseases, but numbers on statistics show the reality society needs help to increase knowledge about how they can prevent STD’s, unplanned pregnancies, and other problems that have the topic of sex. Sex education is an important part of the organizations which want to prevent epidemics as it occurred with HIV/AIDS in the decade of 1980’s in the United States. This issue created at that time sex education was the key to awareness to society that we can prevent transmission of this virus. Also, HIV/AIDS put in the government agenda, federal and local, that they had to act if government wanted to prevent the number of people infected and deaths by this virus. It is not less important in this time, HIV/AIDS, but at the time of 1980’s and 1990’s the issue was latent in everywhere.
They also argue that abstinence does not inform teens about the usage of birth control. They argue that birth control is the best thing to prevent unplanned pregnancies and children will benefit from learning how to properly use condoms and birth control pills. They argue that abstinence focuses on the negatives of sex and that it shows children only the graphic images of sexual transmitted diseases to scare them from having sex. According to Advocates for Youth, the federal definition of Abstinence-Only Education is one that: “ has as its exclusive purpose, teaching the social, psychological, and health gains to be realized by abstaining sexual activity ( Morgan Smith).” This is important because sex outside of marriage can have ha... ... middle of paper ... ... Works Cited Banchero, Stephanie. "Abstinence Push Wins in Wisconsin."
Executive Summery This case is about the difficulties that people in different parts of the world have gone through with AIDS. From, the infected, families related to the infected, governments investing time and efforts to prevent future AIDS outcomes. The major problem for us would be, culture and education. It is challenging enough trying to change people’s minds about some matters, especially if they are related to touchy topics like sex and diseases. Our main recommendation is to invest in sexual education, informing everyone about it.