SEX AND
SEXUALITY
AT THE END OF THE PERIOD, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO…:
– distinguish between facts and misinformation
regarding important concept...
7 questions we need to answer at
the end of the session (Size 1):
1. What is sexuality about?
2. What is the difference be...
• We are all sexual BEINGS. Our
sexuality affects who we are and how
we express ourselves as sexual
beings.
• LET’S TAKE A...
SEXUALITY IS ALL ABOUT…
• Your body
• Your sex
• Your gender
• Sexual Activity
• Your sexual orientation
• Your sexual dri...
KEY TERMS TO REMEMBER
• SEX- body, biological, traits,
characteristics
• GENDER- roles, society, expectations,
equality, b...
WHAT IS A HEALTHY
RELATIONSHIP?
HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS
• RELATIONSHIPS THAT SET BOUNDARIES
• Lines or limitations between you and the world
around you.
• I...
SEXUAL ORIENTATION 
• An enduring pattern of attraction—
emotional, romantic, sexual, or
some combination of these—to the
...
• Heterosexual- romantic or sexual attraction or
behavior between persons of opposite sex
• Homosexual-romantic or sexual ...
WHAT CAUSES IT?
• NATURE VERSUS NURTURE
• GENES VERSUS THE ENVIRONMENT
• Troubled family dynamics?
• Faulty psychological ...
SEXUALLY
TRANSMITTED
DISEASES
 Also known as Sexually
Transmitted Infections (STIs)
 Spread of an infection from
person to person mainly
through sexua...
STDs are more than just an embarrassment.
They're a serious health problem. If untreated,
some STDs can cause permanent da...
Breaking news
• Davao City was earlier reported by
health authorities to have the second
highest increase in cases of HIV-...
• Of the said number, 40 of them
were homosexuals, 28 were
bisexuals and 26 were
heterosexuals
• Recently, the City was sh...
HIV VERSUS
AIDS
• Human immunodeficiency
virus (HIV) is the virus which
causes Acquired Immune
Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS )
HIV VERSUS AIDS
Human
Immunodeficiency
Virus (HIV)
• The PATHOGEN-
specifically, a VIRUS
that causes AIDS
• simian
immunod...
SIV was transferred
to humans as a result
of chimps being killed
and eaten or their
blood getting into
cuts or wounds on
t...
How HIV Works• HIV ->bloodstream->white blood cells (T4
cells)
• Virus slowly destroys T4 cells
• Forces T4 cells to make ...
HOW HIV SPREADS
SPREADS BY:
1. Bodily Fluids
– Blood
– Semen
– Vaginal secretions
– Breast milk
2. Sexual Contact
3. Blood...
Signs and symptoms HIV and
AIDS
• There are no true signs of
having HIV.
• One may experience flu – like
symptoms of chill...
Chlamydia Trachomatis
©2010 McGraw-Hill
Companies. All Rights Reserved
Gonorrhea
 Gonococcal conjunctivitis
○Eye infection of a infant
that can...
GENITAL HERPES
• HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS TYPE 2 (HSV-2)
• PAINFUL, ITCHY BLISTERS IN THE GENITAL
AREA
GENITAL WARTS
• HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS (HPV)
• PAINLESS WARTS IN THE GENITAL AREA
DISEASE INFECTIOUS
AGENT
OBSERVABLE
SYMPTOMS
CHLAMYDIA Chlamydia trachomatis
BACTERIA
USUALLY NO SYMPTOMS;
BURNING SENSATI...
QUESTION
• WHAT IS THE SINGLE MOST
SUCCESSFUL METHOD TO PREVENT
OR AVOID HAVING SEXUALLY
TRANSMITTED DISEASES? THIS IS
100...
ANSWER:
•Abstinence - 100%
•Abstinence- means
refraining from any
sexual activity until IT IS
THE RIGHT TIME
OTHER WAYS
• Have Safe Sex - Practice
Monogamy – (when two people
have intercourse with only each
other for their entire l...
A POINT
TO
PONDER
ON…………
…
REFLECTION• Abstinence means
refraining from any
sexual activity until IT
IS THE RIGHT TIME.
For you, WHEN IS THE
RIGHT TI...
2 questions to reflect
and bring home….
• WHAT IS A HEALTHY
SEXUALITY FOR ME?
• HOW DOES MY SEXUALITY
AFFECT WHO I AM AS A...
POST TEST- MODIFIED TRUE OR
FALSE
1. A PERSON WITH STD MAY HAVE NO
SYMPTOMS.
2. HIV IS PASSED FROM ONE PERSON TO
ANOTHER T...
• 5. HIV AND AIDS ARE THE SAME.
• 6. EVERYONE WITH AIDS ARE INFECTED WITH
HIV BUT PEOPLE INFECTED WITH HIV DO NOT
NECESSAR...
CHOICES: CHLAMYDIA, GENITAL
HERPES, GENITAL WARTS, HEPATITIS
B
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  1. 1. SEX AND SEXUALITY
  2. 2. AT THE END OF THE PERIOD, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO…: – distinguish between facts and misinformation regarding important concepts about sexuality: sex, gender, sexual orientation and STDs – identify the different health problems associated with sexuality- sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) – assess health attitudes that may influence their human sexuality practices leading to sexual health problems – compose personal guidelines to protect your heath and maintain a healthy sense of sexuality
  3. 3. 7 questions we need to answer at the end of the session (Size 1): 1. What is sexuality about? 2. What is the difference between sex and gender? 3. What is sexual orientation? What are the 4 types? 4. Why are there homosexuals? 5. What is a healthy relationship? 6. What are the different types of STDs? 7. What is the single most effective method to avoid getting any type of STD?
  4. 4. • We are all sexual BEINGS. Our sexuality affects who we are and how we express ourselves as sexual beings. • LET’S TAKE A CLOSER LOOK AT THE MEANING OF SEXUALITY…….
  5. 5. SEXUALITY IS ALL ABOUT… • Your body • Your sex • Your gender • Sexual Activity • Your sexual orientation • Your sexual drives • Your values, attitudes, beliefs, and ideals about life, love • Healthy relationships
  6. 6. KEY TERMS TO REMEMBER • SEX- body, biological, traits, characteristics • GENDER- roles, society, expectations, equality, bias • SEXUAL UNFOLDING- sexual awareness, understanding, hormonal changes • SEXUAL DRIVES – fantasies, desires • SEXUAL ORIENTATION-  person’s romantic, emotional or sexual attraction to
  7. 7. WHAT IS A HEALTHY RELATIONSHIP?
  8. 8. HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS • RELATIONSHIPS THAT SET BOUNDARIES • Lines or limitations between you and the world around you. • In relationships, boundaries are emotional, physical, and mental rules of respect that you set between yourself and someone else. • Boundaries are guidelines that ensure your wellness, comfort, and safety with another person • Boundaries may be flexible and change over time, as the relationships in your life develop and grow.
  9. 9. SEXUAL ORIENTATION  • An enduring pattern of attraction— emotional, romantic, sexual, or some combination of these—to the opposite sex, the same sex, or both sexes • Heterosexual, Homosexual, Bisexual, Asexual
  10. 10. • Heterosexual- romantic or sexual attraction or behavior between persons of opposite sex • Homosexual-romantic or sexual attraction or behavior between members of the same sex or gender • Bisexual-romantic or sexual attraction or sexual behavior toward males and females • Asexual -the lack of romantic or sexual attraction to others
  11. 11. WHAT CAUSES IT? • NATURE VERSUS NURTURE • GENES VERSUS THE ENVIRONMENT • Troubled family dynamics? • Faulty psychological development? • Biological causes such as genetic defects? • Childhood sexual abuse? • Hormonal imbalance? • No one knows what causes heterosexuality, homosexuality, or bisexuality.
  12. 12. SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES
  13. 13.  Also known as Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)  Spread of an infection from person to person mainly through sexual activity
  14. 14. STDs are more than just an embarrassment. They're a serious health problem. If untreated, some STDs can cause permanent damage, such as infertility (the inability to have a baby) and even death (in the case of HIV/AIDS).
  15. 15. Breaking news • Davao City was earlier reported by health authorities to have the second highest increase in cases of HIV-Aids cases in the country during the last five years • The National Aids Registry of the National Epidemiology Center (NEC), a unit under the Department of Health, has a consolidated data of 124 cases of HIV in Southern Mindanao alone.
  16. 16. • Of the said number, 40 of them were homosexuals, 28 were bisexuals and 26 were heterosexuals • Recently, the City was shaken by a report about a supposed 12-year old girl who tested positive of HIV.
  17. 17. HIV VERSUS AIDS • Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is the virus which causes Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS )
  18. 18. HIV VERSUS AIDS Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) • The PATHOGEN- specifically, a VIRUS that causes AIDS • simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV) from the apes, chimpanzees and monkeys in Congo, Africa (1959- 1960) Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) • The disease; the END RESULT of HIV • Late/ Final Stage of HIV
  19. 19. SIV was transferred to humans as a result of chimps being killed and eaten or their blood getting into cuts or wounds on the hunter. Normally the hunter's body would have fought off SIV, but on a few occasions it adapted itself within its new human host and became HIV
  20. 20. How HIV Works• HIV ->bloodstream->white blood cells (T4 cells) • Virus slowly destroys T4 cells • Forces T4 cells to make copies of HIV • Eventually the cell dies • Moves on to other T4 cells • Can be up to 10 years before person shows signs; by that time the virus has already overwhelmed the immune system
  21. 21. HOW HIV SPREADS SPREADS BY: 1. Bodily Fluids – Blood – Semen – Vaginal secretions – Breast milk 2. Sexual Contact 3. Blood to Blood Contact • Sharing of Needles • Tattoos/ Piercing • Needle Stick Injury DOES NOT SPREAD BY: • Saliva • Tears • Sweat • Feces • Urine • Casual contact – dry mouth kissing, hugging, being sneezed on or coughed on. • Mosquito bites
  22. 22. Signs and symptoms HIV and AIDS • There are no true signs of having HIV. • One may experience flu – like symptoms of chills, fever, night sweats, rashes, etc. • Some will have no signs or symptoms.
  23. 23. Chlamydia Trachomatis
  24. 24. ©2010 McGraw-Hill Companies. All Rights Reserved Gonorrhea  Gonococcal conjunctivitis ○Eye infection of a infant that can cause blindness if not treated 34
  25. 25. GENITAL HERPES • HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS TYPE 2 (HSV-2) • PAINFUL, ITCHY BLISTERS IN THE GENITAL AREA
  26. 26. GENITAL WARTS • HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS (HPV) • PAINLESS WARTS IN THE GENITAL AREA
  27. 27. DISEASE INFECTIOUS AGENT OBSERVABLE SYMPTOMS CHLAMYDIA Chlamydia trachomatis BACTERIA USUALLY NO SYMPTOMS; BURNING SENSATION DURING URINATION GONORRHEA Neisseria gonorrhoeae BACTERIA SWOLLEN LYMPH NODES IN THE GROIN AREA HEPATITIS B HEPATITIS B VIRUS (HBV) YELLOWING OF SKIN (JAUNDICE) GENITAL WARTS HUMAN PAPILLOMAVIRUS (HPV) PAINLESS WARTS IN THE GENITAL AREA GENITAL HERPES HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS TYPE 2 (HSV-2) PAINFUL, ITCHY BLISTERS IN THE GENITAL AREA
  28. 28. QUESTION • WHAT IS THE SINGLE MOST SUCCESSFUL METHOD TO PREVENT OR AVOID HAVING SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES? THIS IS 100% EFFECTIVE AND IS UNIVERSALLY ACCEPTED: ___________________________
  29. 29. ANSWER: •Abstinence - 100% •Abstinence- means refraining from any sexual activity until IT IS THE RIGHT TIME
  30. 30. OTHER WAYS • Have Safe Sex - Practice Monogamy – (when two people have intercourse with only each other for their entire lives). In the context of marriage. • Don’t use dirty needles • Get tested
  31. 31. A POINT TO PONDER ON………… …
  32. 32. REFLECTION• Abstinence means refraining from any sexual activity until IT IS THE RIGHT TIME. For you, WHEN IS THE RIGHT TIME? EXPLAIN. • HOW DO I DEAL WITH SEXUAL FEELINGS OR URGES AS A TEENAGER?
  33. 33. 2 questions to reflect and bring home…. • WHAT IS A HEALTHY SEXUALITY FOR ME? • HOW DOES MY SEXUALITY AFFECT WHO I AM AS A PERSON?
  34. 34. POST TEST- MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE 1. A PERSON WITH STD MAY HAVE NO SYMPTOMS. 2. HIV IS PASSED FROM ONE PERSON TO ANOTHER THROUGH KISSING 3. THE ONLY SURE WAY TO PREVENT AN STD IS TO PRACTICE GOOD HYGIENE 4. A PERSON WHO CONTRACTS HIV MAY BECOME SICK QUICKLY OR CAN LIVE SYMPTOM FREE FOR SEVERAL YEARS
  35. 35. • 5. HIV AND AIDS ARE THE SAME. • 6. EVERYONE WITH AIDS ARE INFECTED WITH HIV BUT PEOPLE INFECTED WITH HIV DO NOT NECESSARILY HAVE AIDS. • 7-10: MATCH THE PHOTOS WITH THE STD
  36. 36. CHOICES: CHLAMYDIA, GENITAL HERPES, GENITAL WARTS, HEPATITIS B
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