Sex Education - Grade 9

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Sex Education - Grade 9

  1. 1. So much more than a three letter word. Prepared by Miss Naugle Fall 2010
  2. 2. Where and why do they exist?
  3. 3.  Heterosexual: someone attracted to the opposite sex  Homosexual: someone attracted to the same sex  Bi-Sexual: someone attracted to both sexes  A-Sexual: someone not attracted to anyone
  4. 4. Can these vary from relationship to relationships?  Emotional  Physical
  5. 5. 1 in 4 individuals will become infected with an STD by the age of 24.
  6. 6. Parasitic Easily cured with creams and shampoos No long term problems Bacterial Cured/treated with antibiotics If untreated, can cause long term problems Viral Cannot be cured Symptoms treated
  7. 7. • HIV/AIDS • Hepatitis • Herpes • Human Papilloma Virus Viral • Chlamydia • Gonorrhea • Syphilis Bacteri al • Pubic Lice • Scabies • Trichomoniasis Parasitic
  8. 8. Infected seminal fluid Infected vaginal fluid Infected blood Pregnancy Contact with an open sore Genital contact
  9. 9.  HIV is a virus that weakens the immune system  HIV is the virus that causes AIDS  Acquired  Immune  Deficiency  Syndrome
  10. 10.  HIV will lower a persons T-Cell count  T-cells are WBC that fight infections  There are 3 phases of HIV/AIDS  Phase I Asymptomatic  Phase II HIV  Begin to have problems due to a weakened immune system  Phase III AIDS  Less T-Cells  Opportunistic Infections  Overall, general health failure
  11. 11. Publicity for the disease and patients rights have increased over the past couple of years. One of the big providers has been the ONE organization.
  12. 12.      
  13. 13. There are several types of birth control including barrier, hormonal, non-hormonal, emergency, and permanent.
  14. 14. Not engaging in sexual activity that puts you at risk for disease transmission and pregnancy It is a conscious decision not to participate in sexual activity If a person has been sexually active, they also can make the decision to be abstinent, by refraining from further sexual activity
  15. 15.  Prevents the sperm from contacting the egg  Vary in protection levels for unplanned pregnancy and STD transmission
  16. 16.  Check the expiration date  Rip the package at the corner  Place on penis after obtaining a full erection  Hold the top to create a reservoir tip  Roll the condom down to the base of the penis  Hold the base of condom when removing from penetration  Discard condom (do not flush!)
  17. 17. This is one of the most common hormonal methods. It works in a variety of ways and can cause SIDE EFFECTS on your health.

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