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    At a certain point, every child should receive an informative sex talk. While certain differences separate both sexes, the context will be delivered in the same manner. Each delivery will be divergent due to differing morals, background, and other considerations involving each parent. I have two younger brothers. Although they are not my children, I have initiated conversations that they probably would have chosen to avoid. My way of engaging with them has always been forthright from a friendly…

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    Colposcopy

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    The cervix is lined with a special group of cells. These cells act as a protective barrier between the cervix and the uterus and are the ones examined during colposcopy. Definition Colposcopy is used as a magnification technique. Its name is derived from the area of the body that is intended for microscopic exam. Colposcopy is an examination method that uses a lighted scope to view the cervix. This test and/or procedure is normally scheduled after an abnormal Pap smear result. Colposcopy is…

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    Outline On Vaginal Disease

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    Vaginal infections What are vaginal infections? Vaginal infections are typically due to bacterial, fungal, or parasitic infection of the vagina. These infectious organisms often include Gardnerella vaginalis, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Candida, and Trichomonas. Patients usually develop symptoms such as vaginal itching, burning, discharge, malodor, redness, spotting, and occasionally pelvic pain. Some may experience pain during intercourse (dyspareunia). Vaginal infections often occur in women…

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    Human Sexuality Report

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    Human Sexualities is unlike any other class I have ever experienced. It has given me the insight and knowledge about our everyday lives, which now makes sense to me. I have learned about the sexual reproductive system for both men and women, the physiology behind the sexuality, gender roles and scripts, and many more topics of discussion. Therefore, it has also given me the opportunity to learn more about myself. As a child I was not a very sexual person or even very “myself” around the…

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    The First Wave of feminism took place from the end of the 19th century to the beginning of the 20th. The struggle most often recognized when discussing First Wave feminism is that of suffrage, or the right to vote, however many more topics of equality were brought to light during this era. For example, contraception, prostitution and objectification were other topics that were focused on. As with any of the Waves of feminism, the people following these activist ideals were divided into two…

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    Children Should be Taught About Sex at Young Age Children need guidance, now more than ever. First and foremost, they should be educated about sex at much younger age than they were in the past, because it is a different world we live in, and children are exposed to sex at much younger age. This is mostly due to technology, and the media. Also, the environment new generations are raised in is way more sexually immoral than previous generations. More importantly, the earlier they learn the…

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    It is Not Public Property; She Has the Right to What is Rightfully Hers Throughout history, women have had to struggle through many hardships in order to obtain rights toward their health and reproductive rights. In the United States, the women’s movement has fought and continues to fight against a misogynist culture. Although there is still great room for improvement, women in the United States have greater access to facilities, medications, and doctors in order better their health.…

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    of vaginal orgasm is related to women’s reportage that an extended than average penis is a lot of doubtless to electrify their penile vagina intercourse(PVI) climax. in the analysis, Miguel, Miller & Brody got 323 ladies to report in an internet survey regarding their past month frequency of varied sexual behaviors (including PVI, clitoral climax, and vagina orgasm),…

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    During delivery this tender organ of your body is stretched open and gets bruised in the process. This causes it to swell. The swelling takes a few days to subside. Also, the vagina starts to regain its muscle tone. It may take weeks for the vagina to diminish in size and go back to its pre-delivery stage. If you suffer a small tear and do not require stitches, then you are among the lucky ones. The wound will normally heal in a few days and cause you just a…

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    Chlamydia is a disease caused by bacteria called Chlamydia trachomatis. Chlamydia is mostly sexually transmitted. Chlamydia can infect the penis, vagina, cervix, anus, urethra, eyes, and throat. Chlamydia can cause serious, permanent damage to women’s reproductive system. This disease can interfere with women getting pregnant later in life. Chlamydia can be spread through having anal, oral, or vaginal sex with someone else who has chlamydia. If the person your having sex with is a male, you…

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