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  • 1. ADVANCED CONCEPT OF NURSINGSexuality ReproductiveFacultyMadam MuniraGroup Members•Farkhanda•Sayeda Zaiba•Farhat Haroon•Fouzia Bashir•Ghulam Moihuddin SiddiquiCollage Of Nursing ,JPMC, Karachi
  • 2. OBJECTIVES:In the end of presentation, students will be able toknow about Physiology Of Reproductive System. Sexual Identity. Terminology. Sexual Health. Biologic Sex. Sexual Self Concept. Psychodynamic Concerns. Biopsychisocial Factors. Sexual Transmitted Disease (STD)◦ Homosexuality. Guys/Lesbian.◦ Heterosexuality.◦ Rape.
  • 3. MALE REPRODUCTIVE ORGANS1.External genital organsPenisScrotumUrethra2. Internal genital organEpididymisVas deferenceTestesAccessory glandsSeminal vesiclesProstate gland.
  • 4. FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE ORGANS1.External Organ.VulvaLabia mijoraLabia minora2.Internal Organ.VaginaUterusFallopian tubesOvaries
  • 5. GENDER IDENITYTo know about gender identity first we know about SEX.SEX:It includes our genetic makeup that differentiatemale and female.GENDER:Refer to society expectation about how to act andthink as boy or girl.GENDER IDENITY:Is how we feel about and express our gender and role(clothing personal appearance and tone of voice) allthings a person says and dose to disclose him or herstatus as girl, boy ,men or women
  • 6. SEXUAL HEALTH: Sexual health involves many things . Knowing about the body parts and how itfunction , A capacity to enjoy and control sexualbehavior in accordance to social ,emotional,and physical changes with puberty, aging andpregnancy. Self personal cleanliness. Safe sex. Using condom during sex. Routine medical checkup of reproductiveorgan. Space between children Self genital examination (male, female). Avoid two or more partner
  • 7. TERMINOLOGY BIOLOGIC SEX. Rape. Homosexuality. Heterosexuality. Guys/Lesbian.
  • 8. Biological SexBiological sex identifies a person aseither female, male, or intersex. It isdetermined by a person‟s sexual anatomy,chromosomes, and hormones. Biological sexis often simply referred to as “sex.”
  • 9. SEXUAL SELF CONCEPT Self concept is the culture in which aperson lives , relation ships withother & developmental experiencesthroughout the life cycle. It includes the perception of beingmale & female private thought &fantasies as well as behavior. Normal sexual behavior brings pleasureto oneself & one „s partner involvestimulation of the primary sex organincluding coitus
  • 10. PSYCHODYNAMIC CONCERNS• The term „psychodynamic‟ refers to thetransfer of psychic or mental energy betweenthe different structures and levels ofconsciousness within peoples minds.• Psychodynamic approaches emphasize theimportance of unconscious influences on howpeople function. Therapy aims to increaseclients‟ abilities to exercise greaterconscious control over their lives. Analysisor interpretation of dreams can be a centralpart of therapy.
  • 11. Cont….. Psychodynamic theories with an emphasis uponcognitive representations rather thanbiological drives are more compatible withthe research paradigms of social cognition.Obstacles to integration of these twoapproaches, however, include strongdifferences in the data used for theorybuilding clinical insights versus systematiclaboratory based data and in the level ofgenerality that the theory addresses
  • 12. FACTORS THAT EFECTING ON HUMANSEXUALITYThere are three factors, Biological Psychological sociological
  • 13. Biological Psychologicalsociological
  • 14. SEXUAL TRANSMITTED DISEASES (STD)Are the diseases that are usuallytransmitted from person to person withheterosexual or homosexual intercourse orintimate contact with the genital, mouthand rectum
  • 15. Types Of STDHOMOSEXUALITYHETEROSEXUALITY
  • 16. HomosexualityIt‟s a romantic attraction, sexual attractionor sexuality activity between members of thesame sex or gender. As an orientation,homosexuality refers to "an enduring patternof or disposition to experience sexual,affectionate, or romantic attractions"primarily or exclusively to people of thesame sex. "It also refers to an individualssense of personal and social identity basedon those attractions, behaviors expressingthem, and membership in a community ofothers who share them.
  • 17. Gay is a term that primarily refers toa homosexual person or the trait of beinghomosexual. The term was originally used to refer tofeelings of being "carefree", "happy", or"bright and showy". The terms use as areference to homosexuality may date as earlyas the late 19th century, but its usegradually increased in the 20th century. Inmodern English "gay" has come to be used asan adjective, and as a noun, referring to thepeople especially to males, andthe practices and cultures associated withhomosexuality.
  • 18. Lesbian is the term most widely used inthe English language todescribe sexual and romantic attractionbetween females. The word may be usedas a noun, to refer to women whoidentify themselves or who arecharacterized by others as having theprimary attribute offemale homosexuality, or as anadjective, to describe characteristicsof an object or activity related tofemale same-sex attraction.
  • 19. Heterosexuality:It‟s a romantic attraction, sexualattraction or behavior between persons ofopposite sex or gender in the gender binary. Asa sexual orientation, heterosexuality refers to"an enduring pattern of or disposition toexperience sexual, affectionate, physical orromantic attractions to persons of the oppositesex"; it also refers to "an individual‟s sense ofpersonal and social identity based on thoseattractions, behaviors expressing them, andmembership in a community of others who sharethem". The term is usually applied to humans, butit is also observed in all mammals.
  • 20. HETEROSEXUALITY STD are. GONORRHOEA SYPHILIS HERPES GENITAL HIV (human immune virus) AIDS (acquired immune deficiencysyndrome) HEPATITIS B GENITIAL WARTS
  • 21. HOMOSEXUALITY STD are… HIV HERPES AND HPV (human papilloma virus) BACTERIOL VAGINASIS CHLAMYDIA
  • 22. RapeRape is a type of sexual assault usuallyinvolving sexual intercourse, which is initiatedby one or more persons against another personwithout that persons consent. The act may becarried out by physical force, coercion, abuse ofauthority or with a person who is incapable ofvalid consent, such as one who is unconscious,incapacitated, or below the legal age of consentThe term is most often defined in criminal law.
  • 23. PREVENTION OF STD: Using a condom for vaginal, oral, and analintercourse—every time Knowing your partner and his/her STD statusand health Having regular medical check-ups, especiallyif you have more than one sexual partner. Self cleanness before and after sex.

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