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SEX EDUCATION

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Transcript of SEX EDUCATION

What's The Truth
STD'S
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Teen Pregnancy
Your life has completly changed.
“Sex education is a broad term used to describe education
about human sexual anatomy, sexual reproduction,
sexual intercourse, and other aspects of human sexual behavior.”
(Science Daily)

First off, what you learn from me in these next two days
does not replace what your parents teach you.

Parents
Friends
Family Members
Television
Internet
PE or Health Teachers

So how do teens learn about
We hear,see,and learn about sex from so many different places, but how do we know what is right. What is the truth about sex.



You need to be properly informed about sex!
Sex Education
Let’s take a look at the differences in the male and
female reproductive systems that make us so unique.

The Female Reproductive System
The Male Reproductive System

Ovary:
Where the egg is made
Vagina:
is a muscular, hollow tube the extends
from vaginal opening to the uterus.
It is about 3 to 5 inches in length and is
able to expand. This is where the baby will
come out.

Uterus:
AKA-the womb. Where a baby grows
Cervix:
Connects the Uterus to the
Vagina. It creates a type of mucus
that either promotes or prevents
pregnancy
Fallopian Tube:
connect the uterus to the ovaries.
This is where fertilization of the egg
takes place. An egg will travel through
the fallopian tube to the uterus (womb)
Vulva:
Protects the outer part of the vagina

Testes or Testicles:
Oval shaped. Produce
and store millions of sperm
Why should we learn about it?
Let's talk about sex or sexual intercourse
How do teenagers learn about sex?
Could there be any consequences to having sex?
This is why I want to emphasize "ABSTINENCE," and waiting until you are married before you engage in
any sexual activity.
Teen Pregnancy
STD's
Sexually Transmitted Diseases

There is a myth that says you can only
get STD's from having sexual intercourse.
No, you can be infected through skin to skin
contact with an infected area or sore.
Signs of
Gonorrhea
are:
burning sensation when urinating
yellowish-white discharge may
ooze out of the tip of the urethra
(tip of the penis)
Pubic Lice:

Tiny insects that can crawl from the pubic hair of one person to the pubic hair of another person during sexual contact. You can also get pubic lice from infested clothing, towels, and bedding. On the persons body, the insects live by sucking blood from their host. They are also known as "crabs" because when seen under a microscope they look like tiny crabs.
Symptoms of Pubic Lice:
intense itching
tiny tan or grayish insects crawling in your
pubic hair
tiny oval shaped white-yellowish blobs
in your pubic hair. These are the eggs.

Sex Education 101
Scrotum:
The sack like structure
that holds your testes. It
also regulates temperature
to help produce sperm.
Urethra:
The channel that carries
the semen to the outside of the
body through the penis
Penis:
Made up of two parts,
the shaft and the glans (the head)

Vas Deferens:
A tube that passes
up alongside the
testicles and transports
the semen.
The insertion of the man's erect penis into a woman's vagina.
What is sex or sexual intercourse?
Are you ready to be a father?
Being a father or being a parent you don't have days off.
There is a tremendous amount of responsibility being a parent. You will never be ready.
Final Thoughts
Abstinence is the only fool proof way of not getting pregnant and not contracting an STD. It is100% effective. A girl can't get pregnant because there's no opportunity for sperm to fertilize an egg.
Even if a condom or some kind of protection is used it is not going to keep you 100% safe from pregnancy or STD's.
So why take the risk! Your life can change with this one decision.
Abstinence is the way to go.
Genital Warts:
Genital warts are warts that are located near or on the genital areas. In a female, that means on or near the vulva (the outside genital area), vagina, cervix, or anus. In a male, that means near or on the penis, scrotum, or anus.
So wait till your married before having sex.
Endometrium:
It is a mucus membrane that lines the uterus
It changes throughout the
menstrual cycle.
If the women does not get
pregnant, part of the lining
is shed and causes menstrual bleeding.
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