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Sexual Education

Educating students on sexual health and the right way to go about intimate relationships is a major topic being debated today. It is a valuable and essential thing to be taught in a basic education.
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Ariel Moore

on 4 May 2010

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Transcript of Sexual Education

Sexual Education, an overview Planned Parenthood Contraceptives STIs Support Groups; you
are not alone! Inspirational quotes to
make you smile Abstinence The nation's leading sexual and reproductive
health care provider and advocate Affordable birth control and other
preventive care
More than 90% of what planned parenthood does is preventive care such as breast and cervical cancer screenings.
One-third of women receive counseling, treatment, or testing for STIs at a health center.
Ensuring health care access
Guarentees access to affordable screening for breast and cervical cancer.
Extends health care coverage to tens of millions of women and families.
Expanding Global
Repoductive Rights
Planned Parenthood is working to eliminate barriers to basic reproductive health care that everyone needs Find your local Planned Parenthood at: http://www.plannedparenthood.org/index.htm or call for more information 1-800-230-PLAN "Wherever you go, go
with all your heart." -Confucius "Shoot for the moon. Even if you
miss, you'll land among the stars." -Les Brown "Though no one can go back and
make a brand new start, anyone can
start from now and make a brand new
ending." -Unknown "Be who you are and say what you feel,
because those who mind don't matter
and those who matter don't mind." -Dr. Seuss "What lies behind us and what lies before us
are tiny matters compared to what lies within
us." -Ralph Waldo Emerson Condom brands Birth Control
pills Others methods for women Diaphragm
Cervical cap
Contraceptive Sponges
Female condoms
NuvaRing
Hormone shots
Intrauterine device
Patches There are many different types
of contraceptive pills with pros
and cons. Some brands are: Alesse
Brevicon
Demulen
Desogen
Levlen
Loestrin Norinyl
Ortho-Cept
Ortho-Cyclen
Yasmin
Yaz
Zovia Oral contraceptives are an easy way to
prevent pregnancy, however there are side
effects. These include less serious side effects
such as headache, weigt gain, and mood changes;
these also include more serious side effects such
as migraines, blood clots, and possible liver and
kidney damage.
Durex
Trojan
Crown
Lifestyles
Beyond
Impulse
Trustex Condoms are barrier device that
reduces the likelihood of pregnancy
and spreading sexually transmitted
diseases. Some brands include: Intrauterine device Pack of Birth control Durex condom There is no question
abstinence is the best
way to protect against
STIs and pregnancy! It
is in fact 100% effective.
Abstinence is defined
as "A voluntary restraint
from indulging in bodily activities that are widely experienced as giving pleasure." This can apply to alcohol, food, or tobacco consumption, but is most genereally associated with sexual intercourse. People may choose to be abstinence for religious reasons or personnal reasons, but for whatever the decision, it is a responsible way to stay safe and healthy.
STIs are illnesses that have significant probabilities of transmission between humans or animals by means of sexual intercourse. Bacterial STIs Chancroid
Chlamydia
Granuloma inguinale
Gonorrhea
Syphilis Fungal STIs Tinea cruris
Candidiasis (yeast infection) Viral STIs Hepatitis B
Herpes
HIV/AIDS
HPV
Parasitic STIs Crabs
Scabies There are many people going through the same things are you. There are numbers and hotlines free of charge to call if you ever feel unsafe or lonely. RAINN National Sexual Assult Hotline Free, confidential, opperating 24/7 1-800- 656-HOPE or online at RAINN.org The National Sexual Violence Resource Center Located in Enola, PA call the tollfree number at 877-739-3895 National Alliance to End Sexual Violence call 202- 289-3903 or contact online at naesv.org
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