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    teens are not ready for sex, teens are not allowed to have sex because of moral or religious beliefs, teens want to focus on their education or career, they do not want sexually transmitted diseases, and they do not want to be pregnant or be a parent. Also, if you are pressured into have sex you should be able to say no. 3 ways to deal with pressure is to say a simple no, give an excuse, or change the subject. The first reason to stay abstinence is because the teen is not ready for sex. Many students at the age of 13-24 are the ones that are mostly pressured in to sex. Many of these students are not ready for it. Students might want to save it for the special person they actually love and they are sure of it. When a relationship becomes sexual one the emotional connection goes through the roof.…

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    Sexual intercourse amongst adolescents is occurring more frequently now than ever before. According to Kurt Conklin, 46 percent of high school teenagers have engaged in sexual activities before completing high school. Sex is a highly regarded intimate activity that is worth being saved for marriage, but most young teens are experimenting it now for “enjoyment” or from peer pressure. Since more adolescents are having sexual intercourse, pregnancy rates are increasing. Teenagers are becoming…

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    explained how two people, Virginia Johnson Masters and William H. Masters did a major scientific study on the human sexual response. Masters and Johnson started their study during the 1957 and 1965. Around this time, talking about the scientific reasoning behind having sex was not well known. People only knew that sex was a reason for creating life and for pleasure. In 1966, they published their book, “Human Sexual Response,” and it became popular in an instant. Around this time people’s views…

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    Sexual assault and rape are serious matters in today’s society. “On average, there are 288,820 victims (age 12 or older) of rape and sexual assault each year in the United States” (“Sexual Violence Affects…”). Even with these statistics, rape is a violent act that is under-reported more and more each year. According to Webster’s Dictionary, rape is defined by, “unlawful sexual activity and usually sexual intercourse carried out forcibly or under threat of injury against the will, usually of a…

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    cases (19%) came from the rest of the country. In terms of transmission, the most common mode of transmission (MOT) were sexual contact with 709, injecting drug users (IDU) with 26, and mother-to-child transmission with 1. 86% of the sexually transmitted cases were among males who have sex with males (MSM). In a predominantly and conservative country like the Philippines, being gay or homosexual is considered sinful and immoral. Because of this stigma many homosexuals remain closeted, engage…

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    The Importance of Education on Birth Control “If only Catholics could breed like rabbits.” An interesting statement provided to the world by Malcolm Pott’s “A natural argument for the birth control pill.” It would certainly make the whole issue a tad easier to deal with than it currently is. When it comes to sexual intercourse, certain religions have always been quick to associate it with sin. These religions, in particular the Catholic Church, have also been quick to put down the use of the…

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    “Sexual activity alters the status of the woman debt-slave, but not that of the male.” (Jackson, 234) Women tend to feel like they are missing a piece of them and the male has it because of the intercourse. The baggage is giving them more opportunities to put on a facade of who they really are and the true character is now being shown after they are married. “She never complained about anything. Everything I did before was wonderful, but once we were married, it seemed I could do nothing…

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    the inner labia. The fourth type of female circumcision is not very common and does not have a name, but it is when they prick, pierce, scrape, and cauterize the genital area. These procedures have no health benefits and is a violation of human rights. There can also be severe repercussions: Urinary problems (painful urination, urinary tract infections); Vaginal problems (discharge, itching, bacterial vaginosis and other infections); Menstrual problems (painful menstruations, difficulty…

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    STDs (Sexually Transmitted Infections) are Infections that are transmitted through coitus with another domestic partner. Normally STD’s are transmitted through any kind of sexual intercourse. Sexually Transmitted Diseases are avoidable. There are many strategies, but the most efficient way is to have sexual intercourse with one partner, making sure that your partner didn’t have sexual relations with anyone else. This method is not practiced by many. Another method is a condom. A condom fits over…

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    we seldom seem to focus on though are the conditions that effect sexuality when aging. This paper will be focusing on two conditions that effect sexuality when aging. These two conditions are erectile dysfunction in males and menopause in women. We will focus on what these are, how they occur, and what interventions can be implemented by nurses for those experiencing these conditions. Purpose and Development of Issue A problem with males as they age that relates to sexuality is erectile…

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