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My basic slide about sex education for the University of the Visayas College of Arts and Sciences Dept.

My basic slide about sex education for the University of the Visayas College of Arts and Sciences Dept.

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  • 1. Sex EducationDefined as the process on enlightening people regarding the following: Sexual anatomy Sexual reproduction Sexual intercourse Reproductive health Emotional rights Contraception
  • 2. Why study Sex Education To have a healthy family life Balanced financial life Proper child birth spacing Knowledge is power Eliminate ignorance that might lead to experimentation
  • 3. Love or SexLOVE SEX  It is an act* Love is a feeling (emotional).  There are different kinds of sex but all kinds of sex have* There is no exact "right" some things in common. definition of love for everybody.  Can happen between a male and a female, between* Love involves feelings of two females, between two romance and/or attraction. males, or by ones self (masturbation)  Should be done in the purview of matrimony
  • 4. Methods of Family PlanningNATURAL ARTIFICIAL Abstinence  Barrier Methods Withdrawal Method  Hormonal Method Calendar Method  Intra-Uterine Device Cervical Mucus  Vasectomy Method  Tubal Ligation Basal Body Temperature Method
  • 5. COITUS INTERRUPTUS A behavioral method of DISADVANTAGES: family planning According to wikipedia.org it  Pre-ejaculation has a failure rate of 4% (Cowpers Fluid) Not all men can control hinders its effectivity ejaculation  Totally uselessPROS: against STI (Sexually ”easy” to do Transmitted Infection) Its FREE!  May give rise to sexual problems
  • 6. The Calendar Method The Calendar method is used to determine the ”safest time” to have sex. Pro  Natural method Cons:  Will only work for women with a regular 26-32 menstrual cycle
  • 7. Cervical Mucus MethodAs you get closer to ovulation, Checking the Mucus your cervical mucus will  * Use your finger or toilet paper to become thinner and stickier. wipe across the opening of vagina and then take a look at the mucus. When ovulation is about to  Wear a panty liner and examine occur, your cervical mucus any cervical mucus that may be left will be clear, slippery and on it (this can be hard to detect, very stretchy, similar to a though) raw egg white. This type of  The best way: reach in and get a mucus is ideal for sperm to sample of your cervical mucus. swim in and helps the Examine the consistency and try to sperm swim up to your stretch the mucus between your fingers. If you can stretch it at uterus least three inches without it breaking, then ovulation is about to occur. Failure rate: 20% per year
  • 8. Basal Body Temp. MethodWhat is Basal Body Temp? Basal body temperature is the lowest temperature attained by the body during rest (usually during sleep)In women, ovulation causes an increase of one-half to one degree Fahrenheit (one-quarter to one-half degree Celsius) in basal body temperature (BBT); monitoring of BBTs is one way of estimating the day of ovulation.
  • 9. Artificial Methods: Barrier Method Developed by Egyptians Ancient: use of sheep intestines as condoms Condoms (male / Femidom) CAUSES OF FAILURE: Comes in various shapes and ”flavors” Double bagging Euphemistically called as ”Practicing Safe Sex” Usage even after ejaculation Failure Rate: 2% Stupidity Donts Double bagging Usage of condom when the Penis is not erect.
  • 10. Hormonal pills It is a birth control method that includes a combination of an estrogen (oestrogen) and a progestin (progestogen). should be taken at the same SIDE EFFECTS: time each day. If one or more tablets are forgotten  Weight Gain for more than 12 hours,  May affect sexual urges in contraceptive protection will some women be reduced  Depression Comes in 21 and 28 day cycles pill  Hypertension Rx required  Unable to prevent STI
  • 11. Vasectomy, Ligation and IUD Surgery:  Vasectomy for male  Ligation for female IUD:  May cause inflammation  May hinder the act of coitus  Good for 5-12yrs
  • 12. Myth buster: Basic sex myths 01 Myth: You can get AIDS via toilet seat. FACT: Aids is a sexually transmissible disease & requires the exchange of bodily fluids.
  • 13. Myth 02: First Sex does not make you pregnant. According to Dr. Yen of health.com "In fact, some statistics say that 20% of people get pregnant within a month of starting sex,"
  • 14. Myth 03: Period Sex = Safe Sex during the first day of the menstrual cycle is never safe since a mans sperm can strive in the uterus for three days.  What if her menstruation was only good for 2 days?
  • 15. The most important thing in a married relationship A relationship without these will not last but will only LUST.  Love  Friendship  Support

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