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   ANY SEXUAL ACTIVITY PROHIBITED BY    LAW OR MORAL CONVENTION   PREMARITAL SEX, INCEST, ADULTERY,    AND PEDOPHILIA, S...
IT IS SEX BEFORE MARRIAGE
 ―PREMARRITAL‖ SEX (THE TRUTH THE  LIES/MISCONCEPTIONS & THE PURPOSE) ABNORMAL SEX FACTS ABOUT PREMARITAL SEX WHY PREM...
 STRATEGIES TO REDUCE TEENAGE  PREGNANCY THE ZIP UP CAMPAING HOW TO ZIP UP PRACTICAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS TO  AVERT PR...
THE TRUTH ABOUT SEX
SEX HAS TAKEN PLACE WHEN ANERRECTED MALE PENNISPENETRATES INTO THE FEMALE’SVAGINA.
 Oral sex including cunnilingus Cyber sex ―Sexting‖ and phone sex Coitus interfemoris etc.
 heterosexual activities sex abuse, Sexual offences, sexual misconduct, sexual immorality, Sexual promiscuity, sexu...
THIS QUALIFIES HIM AS THEBEST CONSULTANT ON SEXISSUES, NOT NOLLYWOODOR HOLLYWOOD.
ACCORDING TO NAPOLEON HILL:   SEX IS THE MOST POWERFUL OF ALL    HUMAN DESIRES.   IT CAN MAKE A MAN DEVELOP    COURAGE, ...
NO! NO!!   NO!!!SEX IS GOOD AND LOVELY.SEXUAL DESIRE IS AS NORMAL AS THEDESIRE FOR FOOD AND FOR REST.
Many sexual disorders:         BESTIALITY       MASTUBATION       SEXUAL LYRICS     CYBER/PHONE SEX       PONOGRAPHYPEDOPH...
   TRUTH IS MOST SCARCE   SEX HAS BEEN HEAVILY PROMOTED   IN MOVIES, FASHION,ADVERTISEMENT (A    POPULAR MARKETING INST...
 WHEN YOU HAVE SEX BEFORE MARRIAGE, IT  WILL HELP YOU TO GIVE BIRTH WITHOUT PAIN. VIRGINITY IS OLD FAHSION, EVERY BODY I...
   study examined prevalence of premarital    sexual activities among the youth in a    selected private University in Ni...
 youths living with one parent have higher  rate of sexual activity than those living  with both parents (Choe et al., 20...
   United Nation’s (2000) information on    reproductive health shows that many    Nigerian girls are known to start    i...
 STD including Hepatits, HIV, Syphillis, etc Pre-marital pregnancies Unintended pregnancies Teenage pregnancies infer...
   Data give some perspective on the    problem. By age 19, 70% of unmarried    teens have had sexual intercourse. Teens ...
 The highest rate of teenage pregnancy  in the world — 143 per 1,000 girls aged  15–19 years — is in sub-Saharan Africa ...
 In 2003, 16% of pregnancies among girls  and women aged 15-24 had been  unintended, compared with 10% in 1990. But over...
 Socioeconomic    factors included poverty, the controversial influence of the child support grant, transgenerational sex...
 Substance   abuse, particularly alcohol, in either the teenager or her parents was found to have a critical influence. A...
   Other factors included the right to    motherhood before becoming HIV    positive, poor sexual negotiation skills,    ...
BABY CARRYING BABY
 Risky Premarital Sexual activities Rape Early marriages Lack of/poor contraceptive use
   A missed menstrual period   Nausea or vomiting -- called "morning    sickness," though it can happen throughout    th...
 MEDICAL RISK EDUCATIONAL RISK ECONOMICAL RISK PSYCHOLOGICAL RISK SOCIAL RISK SPRITUAL RISK
 STD including Hepatits, HIV, etc Lack of ANC care Anaemia Hypertension Obstructed labour Intrauterine fetal death ...
   Worldwide 70,000 pregnant teenagers    from the ages of 15 and 19 die each year    from childbirth and pregnancy relat...
 BOY or GIRL or BOTH could drop out of  school Sleepiness, fatigue, irritability and anxiety  cause inability to concent...
 Lack of employment or low paying jobs  due to incomplete or poor quality  education Poor income case poor housing, poor...
 Guilt Depression Anger Post partum blues Hatred to baby and father of baby
 Rejection by the community Rejection by the family Denial of pregnancy by the male culprit Lack of social support at ...
 Loss of faith and Anger towards God Displeasure of God towards the act Separation from God Condemnation to hell if la...
 social capital for teenagers in communities,  further exploring the influence of the child  support grant, targeting tra...
 Parents should live to set good  example to their children on living a  decent life, and
 SEX   ABSTINENCE UNTILL MARRIAGE ITMEANS SAYING NO TO ILLICIT  SEX AND ALL FORMS OF SEXUAL  PERVERSION LIKE… IT   MEAN...
 FEEL   PURE AND IN CHARGE NOT CAUGHT UP IN DANGERS OF ILLICIT SEX GIVE     TIME FOR SELF DISCOVERY AND SELF DEVELOPMENT
   IT IS NOT BAD TO FEEL HUNGRY, IT IS ALSO NOT    BAD TO FEEL SEXUAL, BUT YOU HAVE GOT TO WAIT    FOR THE PERFECT TIME....
TODAY, YOU HAVE IMPROVED YOURSENSE OF REASONING ON SEX.TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE KNOWLEDGEYOU HAVE ACQUIRED ON WHAT SEX IS,ITS...
3KNOW WHO YOU ARE       4     STUDY
5DRESS WELL    6  PRAY
7     AVOID CARELESSNESS               8     SET YOUR BOUNDARIES               9SET STANDARDS/PRINCIPLES FOR           YOU...
10BE IN GOOD COMPANY          11   BLOCK YOUR EARS
12   LEARN TO SPEAK OUT           13TELL OTHERS THE MESSAGE
14GET OCCUPIED, DON’T STAY IDLE            15PLAN AHEAD/FACE YOUR FUTURE
MAKE ADECISION/COVENANT       TODAY
   WHY WON’T YOU HAVE SEX IF YOU LOVE    ME?    › A: MY LOVE’S BASED ON RESPECT, NOT SEX.   TIMES HAVE CHANGED    › A: H...
 IF YOU DON’T, I’LL DATE SOMEONE ELSE   › OK, GO AHEAD, I WON’T DIE YOU ARE AN ANGEL, NEVER SEEN SUCH BODY  BEFORE, CAN ...
   THANK YOU
 ZIP UP CAMPAIGN HIV/PET NYSC CLUB, Batch A, 2012
Premarital sex and teenage pregnancy
Premarital sex and teenage pregnancy
Premarital sex and teenage pregnancy
Premarital sex and teenage pregnancy
Premarital sex and teenage pregnancy
Premarital sex and teenage pregnancy
Premarital sex and teenage pregnancy
Premarital sex and teenage pregnancy
Premarital sex and teenage pregnancy
Premarital sex and teenage pregnancy
Premarital sex and teenage pregnancy
Premarital sex and teenage pregnancy
Premarital sex and teenage pregnancy
Premarital sex and teenage pregnancy
Premarital sex and teenage pregnancy
Premarital sex and teenage pregnancy
Premarital sex and teenage pregnancy
Premarital sex and teenage pregnancy
Premarital sex and teenage pregnancy
Premarital sex and teenage pregnancy
Premarital sex and teenage pregnancy
Premarital sex and teenage pregnancy
Premarital sex and teenage pregnancy
Premarital sex and teenage pregnancy
Premarital sex and teenage pregnancy
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  1. 1.  ANY SEXUAL ACTIVITY PROHIBITED BY LAW OR MORAL CONVENTION PREMARITAL SEX, INCEST, ADULTERY, AND PEDOPHILIA, SODOMY AND ORAL SEX.
  2. 2. IT IS SEX BEFORE MARRIAGE
  3. 3.  ―PREMARRITAL‖ SEX (THE TRUTH THE LIES/MISCONCEPTIONS & THE PURPOSE) ABNORMAL SEX FACTS ABOUT PREMARITAL SEX WHY PREMARRITAL SEX RISKS OF PREMARITAL SEX RISKY BEHAVIOUS THAT ENCOURAGES PREMARRITAL SEX RISKS OF TEENAGE PREGNANCY
  4. 4.  STRATEGIES TO REDUCE TEENAGE PREGNANCY THE ZIP UP CAMPAING HOW TO ZIP UP PRACTICAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS TO AVERT PREMARITAL SEX AND TEENAGE PREGNANCY
  5. 5. THE TRUTH ABOUT SEX
  6. 6. SEX HAS TAKEN PLACE WHEN ANERRECTED MALE PENNISPENETRATES INTO THE FEMALE’SVAGINA.
  7. 7.  Oral sex including cunnilingus Cyber sex ―Sexting‖ and phone sex Coitus interfemoris etc.
  8. 8.  heterosexual activities sex abuse, Sexual offences, sexual misconduct, sexual immorality, Sexual promiscuity, sexual maladjustment(Odoemelam,1996; Adedipe, 2000; Ndu,2000; Nnachi, 2003).
  9. 9. THIS QUALIFIES HIM AS THEBEST CONSULTANT ON SEXISSUES, NOT NOLLYWOODOR HOLLYWOOD.
  10. 10. ACCORDING TO NAPOLEON HILL: SEX IS THE MOST POWERFUL OF ALL HUMAN DESIRES. IT CAN MAKE A MAN DEVELOP COURAGE, WILL POWER, PERSISTENCE AND CREATIVE ABILITY UNKNOWN TO HIM AT ANY OTHER TIME.
  11. 11. NO! NO!! NO!!!SEX IS GOOD AND LOVELY.SEXUAL DESIRE IS AS NORMAL AS THEDESIRE FOR FOOD AND FOR REST.
  12. 12. Many sexual disorders: BESTIALITY MASTUBATION SEXUAL LYRICS CYBER/PHONE SEX PONOGRAPHYPEDOPHILIA and homosexuality Etc.
  13. 13.  TRUTH IS MOST SCARCE SEX HAS BEEN HEAVILY PROMOTED IN MOVIES, FASHION,ADVERTISEMENT (A POPULAR MARKETING INSTRUMENT), SONGS, COMMENDATIONS. NOBODY REALLY CARES
  14. 14.  WHEN YOU HAVE SEX BEFORE MARRIAGE, IT WILL HELP YOU TO GIVE BIRTH WITHOUT PAIN. VIRGINITY IS OLD FAHSION, EVERY BODY IS HAVING SEX SEX REDUCES MENSTRAL PAIN AND STOMACH ACHE BREAST ENLARGEMENT IS INDUCED VIA SEX SEX MAKES YOU MORE BEAUTIFUL, IT REDUCES PINPLES
  15. 15.  study examined prevalence of premarital sexual activities among the youth in a selected private University in Nigeria. gender and family background play a vital role in engagement of premarital sexual activities by young people (Adeoye et al…)
  16. 16.  youths living with one parent have higher rate of sexual activity than those living with both parents (Choe et al., 2004). In Kenya, the single most important predictor of sexual activity among adolescent women was the use of alcohol, drugs, or tobacco (Kiragu and Zabin, 1993).
  17. 17.  United Nation’s (2000) information on reproductive health shows that many Nigerian girls are known to start involvement in active sex at the early age of thirteen years
  18. 18.  STD including Hepatits, HIV, Syphillis, etc Pre-marital pregnancies Unintended pregnancies Teenage pregnancies infertility Abductions and rituals Religious and social effects Premarital Bonding, Emotional manipulations,
  19. 19.  Data give some perspective on the problem. By age 19, 70% of unmarried teens have had sexual intercourse. Teens are waiting a bit longer to have sex than they have in the past. But theyre also waiting longer -- until their mid- to late 20s -- to get married. As a result, four out of five teen pregnancies are unplanned and unintended. This isnt good for teens, and it isnt good for the children of teen parents
  20. 20.  The highest rate of teenage pregnancy in the world — 143 per 1,000 girls aged 15–19 years — is in sub-Saharan Africa In Niger, according to the Health and Demographic Survey in 1992, 47% of women aged 20–24 were married before 15 and 87% before 18
  21. 21.  In 2003, 16% of pregnancies among girls and women aged 15-24 had been unintended, compared with 10% in 1990. But over the same period the use of modern contraceptive methods among sexually active adolescent women in Nigeria had changed very little, from 4% to 8%
  22. 22.  Socioeconomic factors included poverty, the controversial influence of the child support grant, transgenerational sex, Early marriages and financial support from an older partner to secure income for the teenage girl or her family.
  23. 23.  Substance abuse, particularly alcohol, in either the teenager or her parents was found to have a critical influence. A lack of alternative entertainment and social infrastructure made shebeens (local bars) a normal part of teenage social life.
  24. 24.  Other factors included the right to motherhood before becoming HIV positive, poor sexual negotiation skills, the need to prove one’s fertility, sexual coercion and low self-esteem.
  25. 25. BABY CARRYING BABY
  26. 26.  Risky Premarital Sexual activities Rape Early marriages Lack of/poor contraceptive use
  27. 27.  A missed menstrual period Nausea or vomiting -- called "morning sickness," though it can happen throughout the day Sudden, intense aversion to certain foods, especially meats or fatty, fried foods Sore nipples or breasts Unusual fatigue Frequent urination Unusual mood swings
  28. 28.  MEDICAL RISK EDUCATIONAL RISK ECONOMICAL RISK PSYCHOLOGICAL RISK SOCIAL RISK SPRITUAL RISK
  29. 29.  STD including Hepatits, HIV, etc Lack of ANC care Anaemia Hypertension Obstructed labour Intrauterine fetal death Premature delivery and LBW Birth trauma to mother (VVF)and child Post partum depression Increased operative delivery & Death
  30. 30.  Worldwide 70,000 pregnant teenagers from the ages of 15 and 19 die each year from childbirth and pregnancy related complications according to UNICEF. Those who give birth under the age of 15 are five times more likely not to survive. Read more: http://digitaljournal.com/article/265272#ixz z2DUZrruRV
  31. 31.  BOY or GIRL or BOTH could drop out of school Sleepiness, fatigue, irritability and anxiety cause inability to concentrate at school Inadequate information concerning pregnancy, delivery and child care.
  32. 32.  Lack of employment or low paying jobs due to incomplete or poor quality education Poor income case poor housing, poor maternal feeding, malnourishment, poor antenatal visits, poor clothing, poor readiness for delivery of baby
  33. 33.  Guilt Depression Anger Post partum blues Hatred to baby and father of baby
  34. 34.  Rejection by the community Rejection by the family Denial of pregnancy by the male culprit Lack of social support at delivery and early post partum period Abortion
  35. 35.  Loss of faith and Anger towards God Displeasure of God towards the act Separation from God Condemnation to hell if lack of repentance
  36. 36.  social capital for teenagers in communities, further exploring the influence of the child support grant, targeting transgenerational sexual norms, applying the law on underage drinking, making information on contraception more accessible and offering programmes that empower girls in the area of sexuality.
  37. 37.  Parents should live to set good example to their children on living a decent life, and
  38. 38.  SEX ABSTINENCE UNTILL MARRIAGE ITMEANS SAYING NO TO ILLICIT SEX AND ALL FORMS OF SEXUAL PERVERSION LIKE… IT MEANS STAYING SEXUALLY PURE
  39. 39.  FEEL PURE AND IN CHARGE NOT CAUGHT UP IN DANGERS OF ILLICIT SEX GIVE TIME FOR SELF DISCOVERY AND SELF DEVELOPMENT
  40. 40.  IT IS NOT BAD TO FEEL HUNGRY, IT IS ALSO NOT BAD TO FEEL SEXUAL, BUT YOU HAVE GOT TO WAIT FOR THE PERFECT TIME. LEARNING IS A PROCESS, BUT STARTS WITH A DECISION LEARN TO CONTROL YOUR BODY/SEXUAL URGES, BY THINKING THROUGH YOUR DECISION FIRST. REMEMBER, NO LIFE IS LIVED MORE THAN ONCE.
  41. 41. TODAY, YOU HAVE IMPROVED YOURSENSE OF REASONING ON SEX.TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE KNOWLEDGEYOU HAVE ACQUIRED ON WHAT SEX IS,ITS PURPOSE AND THE DANGERS OFILLICIT SEX
  42. 42. 3KNOW WHO YOU ARE 4 STUDY
  43. 43. 5DRESS WELL 6 PRAY
  44. 44. 7 AVOID CARELESSNESS 8 SET YOUR BOUNDARIES 9SET STANDARDS/PRINCIPLES FOR YOUR SELF
  45. 45. 10BE IN GOOD COMPANY 11 BLOCK YOUR EARS
  46. 46. 12 LEARN TO SPEAK OUT 13TELL OTHERS THE MESSAGE
  47. 47. 14GET OCCUPIED, DON’T STAY IDLE 15PLAN AHEAD/FACE YOUR FUTURE
  48. 48. MAKE ADECISION/COVENANT TODAY
  49. 49.  WHY WON’T YOU HAVE SEX IF YOU LOVE ME? › A: MY LOVE’S BASED ON RESPECT, NOT SEX. TIMES HAVE CHANGED › A: HIV/AIDS HAS NOT EVERY BODY IS DOING IT, WHY DIFFERENT › COS I’M DIFFERENT, AN ICON NOBODY WILL KNOW › GOD AND I WILL
  50. 50.  IF YOU DON’T, I’LL DATE SOMEONE ELSE › OK, GO AHEAD, I WON’T DIE YOU ARE AN ANGEL, NEVER SEEN SUCH BODY BEFORE, CAN I….. › THANKS, BUT NO! VIRGIN?! YOU’RE NOT NORMAL, U HAVE A PROBLEM › I AM SO NORMAL, ONLY DIFFERENT AND UNIQUE I PROMISE THERE’LL BE NO PREGNANCY. › A: KEEP YOUR EMPTY PROMISES. I’M STAYING ZIPPED COS IT MAKES ME FEEL HIP!
  51. 51.  THANK YOU
  52. 52.  ZIP UP CAMPAIGN HIV/PET NYSC CLUB, Batch A, 2012

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