SEX!!!!!!Brittany Robinson  Health and PE
Let’s Start with the Parts:    The ______________is the organs that are    involved in sexual intercourse and in-turn    r...
The Male Side______: A tube shaped organ that extendsfrom the body just above the testes
The Male Side  At birth, the penis has a covering of thin loose  skin called _________ that covers the head  Often, this f...
To Circumcise or Not?Research what cultures/ religions havediffering views on this subject.Find at least three differentcu...
To Circumcise or Not?Pros of Circumcision: Can reduce the prevalence of HIV  Sub-Sahara Africa = 68% decrease Decreased r...
To Circumcise or Not?Cons of Circumcision: May increase ________- inflammation of the opening of the penis May decrease se...
To Circumcise or Not?There is major controversy over whether ornot circumcising new-born babies is ethical ornot.Do you th...
The Male Side________: external skin sac that contains the testes____________: are two small glands that producesperm
The Male Side_________ is the male reproductive cell
The Male SideThe scrotum protects the sperm in the testes, it alsohelps keep the sperm at 98.6 degrees F, or normalbody te...
The Male SideWhen puberty hits, the testes start to secrete ________and producing sperm.This increase in testosterone and ...
The Male SideMany different things can cause this increase in bloodflow, especially during pubescent years.Even the fricti...
The Male Side
The Male SideAt the onset of sexual stimulation, the male reproductivesystem begins producing pre-ejaculate fluid. This fl...
The Male SideWhen the male reaches the peak of sexual arousal, aseries of muscular contractions begin to occur. These cont...
The Male SideEventually all is secreted through the penis(more specifically the urethra) in a substancecalled____________....
The Male SideThe average volume of semen producedin a single ejaculation varies from 2 to 5ml.
The Male SideThe semen from a single ejaculation maycontain between ________________,depending on the volume of theejacula...
The Male Side
The Male SideThis amount of sperm is alarming considering it takesonly one sperm to fertilize a female egg.http://www.yout...
The Male SideProblems with male reproductive organs Impotence Sterility Inguinal Hernia Testicular Cancer
The Male Side___________: consistent inability to sustain an erectionsufficient for sexual activity or the inability to ac...
The Male SideTreatment:  Stopping any activity that may cause the problem  Prescription medication
The Male Sidehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xk9JwV8sZTshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LErirfXcWp0&feature=relatedhttp://ww...
The Male Side___________: male infertility> the inability to producespermCauses:  Environmental factors  Exposure to radia...
The Male SideTight clothing that restricts the movement of thescrotum may hinder the production of sperm.
The Male Side____________: Separation of of tissue allowing the intestineto push through the abdominal wall near the top o...
The Male SideCauses: Lifting heavy objects and or straining theabdominal muscleSymptoms:  Lump in Groin Area near the thig...
The Male SideTesticular Cancer  WORKSHEET!!!
The Male Sidehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ti-xjqthyAEhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IL_litNJdfg&feature=relmfu
The Male SideUse this website:http://kidshealth.org/parent/general/body_basics/male_reproductive.html#And do the male repr...
The Male Side
The Male Side
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  1. 1. SEX!!!!!!Brittany Robinson Health and PE
  2. 2. Let’s Start with the Parts: The ______________is the organs that are involved in sexual intercourse and in-turn reproduction Made up of internal and external organs; also includes hormones and glandsThe reproductive systembegins to mature at______; whentestosterone begins tospike
  3. 3. The Male Side______: A tube shaped organ that extendsfrom the body just above the testes
  4. 4. The Male Side At birth, the penis has a covering of thin loose skin called _________ that covers the head Often, this foreskin is removed at birth. This procedure is known as a Circumcision.In the U.S. 60-70% ofbaby boys arecircumcised.
  5. 5. To Circumcise or Not?Research what cultures/ religions havediffering views on this subject.Find at least three differentcultures/religions and what their viewsare.
  6. 6. To Circumcise or Not?Pros of Circumcision: Can reduce the prevalence of HIV  Sub-Sahara Africa = 68% decrease Decreased risk of urinary tract infections No risk of infections surrounding foreskin
  7. 7. To Circumcise or Not?Cons of Circumcision: May increase ________- inflammation of the opening of the penis May decrease sexual satisfaction for both partners
  8. 8. To Circumcise or Not?There is major controversy over whether ornot circumcising new-born babies is ethical ornot.Do you think that this is a violation of theinfant’s human rights/freedom of choice?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--KVD3tcmhM
  9. 9. The Male Side________: external skin sac that contains the testes____________: are two small glands that producesperm
  10. 10. The Male Side_________ is the male reproductive cell
  11. 11. The Male SideThe scrotum protects the sperm in the testes, it alsohelps keep the sperm at 98.6 degrees F, or normalbody temperature.If it’s too warm, the suspensory ligament and scrotummuscles drop the testes down.If it’s too cold, the opposite occurs, and pulls thetestes in closer to the body.
  12. 12. The Male SideWhen puberty hits, the testes start to secrete ________and producing sperm.This increase in testosterone and the presence of_________ results in the ability for males toexperience an erection. An erection occurs when there is an increase in bloodflow to the penis.
  13. 13. The Male SideMany different things can cause this increase in bloodflow, especially during pubescent years.Even the friction of clothing can sometimes causearousal. This can be a cause of embarrassment formany young males.
  14. 14. The Male Side
  15. 15. The Male SideAt the onset of sexual stimulation, the male reproductivesystem begins producing pre-ejaculate fluid. This fluid is a clear mucous like liquid produced andsecreted through the urethra in order to balance the pHfrom the acidity of urine to a safe level for the passage ofsperm. This fluid can also serve as a natural lubricant. On rare occasion, pre-ejaculate fluid may contain sperm. Therefore, it is difficult to say that “withdrawal” (or withdrawing the penis before full ejaculation) is a safe practice for contraception.
  16. 16. The Male SideWhen the male reaches the peak of sexual arousal, aseries of muscular contractions begin to occur. These contractions bring the sperm through the_______________, mixing it in with other things to besecreted.
  17. 17. The Male SideEventually all is secreted through the penis(more specifically the urethra) in a substancecalled____________.Semen is a thick white or greyish fluid thatcontains sperm and other secretions from themale reproductive system.Other substances in semen include_________, sugars, citric acid, and potassium.
  18. 18. The Male SideThe average volume of semen producedin a single ejaculation varies from 2 to 5ml.
  19. 19. The Male SideThe semen from a single ejaculation maycontain between ________________,depending on the volume of theejaculate and the length of time sincethe last ejaculation.
  20. 20. The Male Side
  21. 21. The Male SideThis amount of sperm is alarming considering it takesonly one sperm to fertilize a female egg.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65BV5dXXxzM
  22. 22. The Male SideProblems with male reproductive organs Impotence Sterility Inguinal Hernia Testicular Cancer
  23. 23. The Male Side___________: consistent inability to sustain an erectionsufficient for sexual activity or the inability to achieveejaculation Risk of this problem increases with age Other causes: Poor diet Lack of physical activity Diabetes Smoking Alcohol Depression Stress
  24. 24. The Male SideTreatment: Stopping any activity that may cause the problem Prescription medication
  25. 25. The Male Sidehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xk9JwV8sZTshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LErirfXcWp0&feature=relatedhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDLTtUAdm10&feature=related
  26. 26. The Male Side___________: male infertility> the inability to producespermCauses: Environmental factors Exposure to radiation Hormone changes Use of drugs Anabolic Steroids
  27. 27. The Male SideTight clothing that restricts the movement of thescrotum may hinder the production of sperm.
  28. 28. The Male Side____________: Separation of of tissue allowing the intestineto push through the abdominal wall near the top of thescrotum
  29. 29. The Male SideCauses: Lifting heavy objects and or straining theabdominal muscleSymptoms: Lump in Groin Area near the thigh Pain in groin SEVERE: partial or complete intestinal blockage Surgery is usually necessary
  30. 30. The Male SideTesticular Cancer WORKSHEET!!!
  31. 31. The Male Sidehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ti-xjqthyAEhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IL_litNJdfg&feature=relmfu
  32. 32. The Male SideUse this website:http://kidshealth.org/parent/general/body_basics/male_reproductive.html#And do the male reproductive overview worksheet
  33. 33. The Male Side
  34. 34. The Male Side

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