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Name 2 STI’s that are bacterial.
- Clamidia
- Gonorrhea
Why does someone need to know the difference between viral or bacterial? What is the difference?
Because they are both very dangerous things, and you need to be educated on them, the difference is. Viral cannot be cured, bacterial can.
What are 3 common signs of an STI?
- Painful urination
- Blisters or ulcers of the mouth, lips, or genitals
- Flu like symptoms
True or False
Most STI’s are curable?
True
True or False
HPV is the virus that causes HIV.
False
True or False
HPV and Herpes will stay with you the rest of your life if you get one.
True
What are the 4 body fluids HIV is transmitted in?
- Blood
- Semen
- Vaginal Fluid
- Breast Milk
What are 2 ways to contract HPV or Herpes?
- Unprotected Sex
- Contact with an affected area
The only 100% way to not get pregnant or an STI is?
Abstinence
True or False
The cure for AIDS is penicillin?
False
True or False
Chlamydia and gonorrhea are bacterial infections?
True
What does HIV and AIDS stand for?
HIV: Human Immuno

AIDS: Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
Name 2 risky behaviors involved in the spread of HIV?
- Unprotected sex
- Sharing needles
What are the 4 body fluids which carry HIV?
- Blood
- Semen
- Vaginal Fluid
- Breast Milk
Who is in control of sexual drive?
Nobody has control over it.
What does it mean to be mature?
To accept responsiblity for your actions.
What does sexual responsibility mean?
Respecting yourself and your limits, and being mature and accepting any consequences of your actions.
4. What does it mean to date responsibly?
Being safe and respecting eachothers selfs, limits and believes.
Who or what influences our decisions about sexual behavior?
Parents, Teachers, Friends, Boyfriends/Girlfriends.
How can the use of drugs effect your decisions about sex?
Because it impairs your judgement.
Explain traits or characteristics of love.
- Forever
- Commitment
- Caring
What does it mean to be infatuated?
- Temporary
- Crush
- Obsession
What is the purpose of dating?
For teenagers to have fun, and interact socially, and get to know the opposite gender better.
What are the qualities of a healthy relationship?
- Trust
- Caring
- Honesty
- Commitment
Explain what is meant by, “know your boundaries before you start dating.” Why is this important?
To understand how far you are going to go with your date. It's important so you have limits for yourself because you won't be able to stop yourself right before it happens if you don't have limits.
How does being assertive help you when making decisions about dating?
It helps show your partner your true feelings and boundaries so they respect you and do not upset you or bring harm to your relationship.
What is the most important quality of a healthy relationship?
Caring, why even bother be together if you don't care for one another?
Why is group dating a healthy option of dating for teens?
So they are more comfortable around a group setting, and they do not feel pressured to let anything happen that might happen on a single date.