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    Oral Sex Essay

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    7. Does oral sex count as sex, or not? Of course, oral sex is sex. I don't understand where this legalistic idea that "sex" means "vaginal penetration" and nothing else came from. I believe that oral sex is a sex act. It is just as intimate, if not more so, than sexual intercourse. It is by no means a safe way to have sex since you can still get sexually transmitted diseases. It will always be viewed as a step below actually having intercourse though. It seems baffling that someone might consider

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    Chlamydia is a common STD that can infect both men and women. Chlamydia is spread by having anal, vaginal or oral sex with someone who is infected. It is important to know that, even if the male does not ejaculate, Chlamydia can still be spread. The only way to completely avoid the chance of contracting chlamydia is to refrain from intercourse. If you are sexually active, you can lower the chances of getting chlamydia by being in a long-term monogamous relationship, and to use a latex condom each

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    The Ins and Outs of Sex Education Sex, it is seemly the main focus in American society. In fact, 95% of Americans have sex before marriage, (Lawrence 3). It is all over television, in books, and frankly, all over the internet. Whether it is wanted it or not, it is only natural that American youth are so curious about sex. So why are school systems leaving students in the dark about what they hear about or see every single day? Is it not the job of school corporations to educate the children? Schools

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    Sexual Behavior Since the AIDS Epidemic

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    found in the semen, pre-seminal fluid, vaginal fluid, or blood of a person infected with the virus. However, this does not prevent individuals from engaging in risky behaviors. Unprotected anal sex is considered to be very risky behavior, and either sex partner can become infected with HIV during anal sex. The CDC claims that Gay, bisexual, and other men who have se... ... middle of paper ... ... number of sexual partners, never sharing needles, and using condoms correctly and consistently, you

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    Planned Parenthood. “Virginity” (https://www.plannedparenthood.org/teens/sex/virginity) is the title of one of the articles in the Info For Teens section of the website. This article loosely defines virginity and addresses some of the common fears teens may have about the subject. Another article, “Am I Ready?” (https://www.plannedparenthood.org/teens/sex/am-i-ready), serves to give advice to those who are thinking about having sex for the first time, or just being physically intimate with another person

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    STDs

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    can also practice safer sex. You can do this by always using a latex condom and spermicide for anal and vaginal intercourse; always use a latex barrier (condom or dental dam) for oral-genital sex; limit your number of sexual partners; avoid sexual contact until you and your partner(s) have been tested for pre-existing STDs; do not rely upon your partner to know the sexual history of all his or her partners or to tell the truth about their sexual history; before you have sex, look closely for any signs

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    Chlamydia

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    sexualy transmitted disease which most commonly results from having sex, which can include any type of sex such as: anal, vaginal, or oral. Most commonly reported infectious disease in the United States. This STD more prevalent in women than men and it is also more common in African Americans than any other race. Chlamydia can be spread just by having contact, some of the most effective ways to prevent the disease would be to not have sex at all or use a condom. According to the Center for Disease Control

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    Sex Education Essay

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    1- Introduction : Sex education should be taught in public school is often discussed in America today. Some schools allowed their teachers to teach sex education it is where the students learned about protections ,pregnancies ,STD's.They say that sex education demolish the moral code of people because they think that sex education instruct students about how sexual interaction is done and encourage them to do it . Teaching sex education in public schools will stop sexual diseases and teenage pregnancy

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    Since the dawn of man, sex has played a crucial role in society. Before they learned to read or write humans were engaging in sex and without it none of us would be here. In today’s society, sex has grown to become much more complicated. If I were to ask a group of people on the street what they believed sex was? I bet they would have a hard time answering. The question puzzling society today is how do we define sex? Can we define sex? These are questions raised in Tracy Steele’s article “Doing it:

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    to engage in sexual activities, a condom should be worn during any type of sexual contact, including anal, oral, or vaginal sex. The condom functions as a barrier to reduce the chances of spreading sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhea and pregnancy. Other preventative methods include asking your partner to be tested for any sexually transmitted infection and refrain from engaging in sex with partners who has experienced or is experiencing signs or symptoms related to a sexually transmitted

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