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Transcript: Vasectomy Infection: redness bruising and swelling is normal, but if you develop a temperature swelling does not go down seek medical advice Questions? Conscious sedation allows you to be awake but deeply relaxed Does it Hurt? REMEMBER Like any medical procedure, there are risks Should not get it if your wife is over 37 marrige, sexual problems, short term mental or physical condition, financial worries, or out of work How will I feel Afterwards? No Incision Bruising Hematomas - swellings that contain blood Hydroceles - swellings that contain fluid and tenderness near the testicles Pain or discomfort in the testicles Takes about 3 to 5 hours What are the Advantages? Sperm banks collect, freeze, and thaw sperm for alternative insemination About 1 of 6 men over the age of 37 have had vasectomies Incision COSTS A vasectomy can be performed in a medical office, hospital, or clinic Incision Methods How Safe is the Procedure? Family is complete The choice depends on your health and the method of sterilization being used Women have other options too It is a quick procdeure that takes about 30 minutes Vasectomy is the most effective birth control for men It is nearly 100 percent effective Pregnancy: In rare cases pregnancy has occured follow vasectomy Success in restoring fertility is uncertain Can affect sexual preformance You will have to avoid strenuous work or exercise for about a week Talk with your health care provider about whether vasectomy is likely to be safe for you 45% It takes about three months to clear sperm out of your system If you want to have a biological child in the furture Sexual activity can begin again within a week Not have to worry about getting pregnant Have problems with erections and libido Dont need partners consent but should discuss before having it done It May Not Be Right For You Like any surgery there will be some discomfort Pain: Any pain or discomfort should stop after about a week 20-25 years after The sperm are absorbed by the body instead of being ejaculated Other Potential Problems Ranges from $350–$1,000, including the follow-up sperm count divorce, remarriage, death of child 39% condoms, outercourse, abstinence After you've had a vasectomy, look for signs of infection: a fever over 100° F blood or pus oozing from the site of the incision excessive pain or swelling AJ Bogdanovic, Rochelle Jones, Jay Moore, Kellen Wake Human Sexuality Pregnancy Rates: Reversal does not work after 10 years Approximant reversal request 6-12% What are the Side Effects? HOWEVER Spare surgery and expense of tubal sterilization (more complicated and costly) A few need a day or two to rest Some women can still conceive into their 40's It is preformed using a local anesthetic Planned Parenthood Sperm still live beyond the blocked tubes Sometimes it is possible to reverse the operation, but there are no guarantees greater than 25 years Medication or sedatives will be used In 2006 a study of 436 vasectomies found three out of four returned for follow up semen analysis No- Incision Methods Vasectomy blocks each vas deferens and keeps sperm out of the seminal fluid Athletic supporter, ice bag, and non-aspirin pain reliever may help ease the pain Granulomas: a non cancerous lump may develop as a result of leakage of sperm from the cut If you are being pressured from spouse, friends, or family What are the Disadvantages? A surgical form of birth control for men that is meant to be permanent Will not affect your sex organs, sexuality, and sexual pleasure Think of sperm banking, incase change mind Men have said that the pain is slight or mild never extreme Could have possible changes in life 25% Does not protect against any STI's How does it work? It is where the vas defernse (the tubes that carry sperm from the testies) are closed or blocked Concerned about side effects of other methods Sterilization for women costs up to six times as much How Long is the Recovey? Vasectomy Reversal How to get a Vasectomy Will be given medication to make it as comfortable as possible Talk to a health care provider There seems to be less pain associated with no-incision procedures Can lower testosterone levels Stop making sperm -Local anesthetic is injected into the pelvic area -Incision on each side of the scrotum to reach each vas deferens -Each tube is blocked -Small section of each tube is removed -Tubes may be tied off or blocked with surgical clips -May be closed using an instrument with an electrical current How Effective is it? Misconceptions Lose sex function About 500,000 men have the operation each year -The skin of the scrotum is not cut -One tiny puncture is made to reach both tubes -The tubes are then tied off, cauterized, or blocked -The tiny puncture heals quickly -No stitches are needed, and no scarring takes place Reduces bleeding and decreases the possibility of infection $5,000 to $10,000, depending on the quality of the original vasectomy and which procedure is necessary General anesthesia is entirely

Human Sexuality

Transcript: Welcome! "Back to Basics" Personnel Policies Employee Discipline Policy: 1. Verbal Warning 2. Written reprimand regarding verbal warning 3. Writted reprimand 4. Subject to dismissal Anal Trauma Vaginal Trauma It's BINGO Time! 1. Always be careful with you zipper 2. Never attempt to leap over furniture while sporting an erection 3. Keep you penis out of a vacuum hose, no matter how appealing it sounds 4. Never accept oral sex in a moving vehicle Symptoms Vaginal Intercourse Anal Intercourse Masturbation Use of Sex Toys Examples of Anal Sex Toys Foreign Objects in Vagina Foreign Objects Thank you for your attention! Object stuck within anal canal or area between anus and rectum. Examples: bottles broomsticks vegetables cellphones keys sex toys toilet plunger spatula curling iron hammer or hairbrush handle gold chain candle egg tennis ball barbie doll Penile Fracture Oral Lacerations Penile Strangulation Types of vaginal injuries Treatment Conclusion Anal Foreign Bodies Dress Code: City issued BLUE staff shirt and jacket (weather permitting) Black or Khaki pants or shorts No Special Event shirts! Anal Anatomy -Damage to vagina -Damage to the vulva -Damage to the cervix Treatment Seek treatment IMMEDIATELY Surgery Cold Compresses Anti-Inflammatory Medications Always remember that your penis and testes are soft tissue and seek medical attention immediately after a penile injury, NO MATTER HOW EMBARRASSED YOU ARE ! -always use lubricant when engaging in any kind of anal play or sex -those who engage in anal sex should have reg. checkups that include examination of anus and rectum -to avoid bacterial infections never switch from woman's anus to vagina without washing hands first and changing condom -avoid using drugs or alcohol when engaging in anal play. -communication and trust with partner is key. both partners should be willing and consensual participants AAA battery Spaghetti noodle pencil wire PAIN! Cracking Noise Bruising Immediate loss of erection Bleeding from Urethral opening Skin Irritation Anal bruising Persistent itching, redness, swelling (triggered by allergies, constipation, or infection) Rectal Bleeding-lining of rectum is more delicate and richer in blood vessels than walls of vagina so easily scratched or torn more prone to bacteria build up Anal fissures- small cuts or tears Tenderness Discharge surgery may be required to repair severly damaged tissue or to remove foreign object use doughnut pillow during recovery to help relieve pain while sitting antibiotics for wounds tetanus shot (appropriate care for all penetrating skin wounds) Types of Activities Anal Injuries Anatomy -the opening at the end of the alimentary canal through which solid waste matter leaves the body. -rich in nerve endings -made of smooth highly expandable tissue -ringed by two sphincter muscles on on top of each other Treatment Signs and Symptoms *all are considered high risk sexual behaviors because they expose people to blood, semen, urine, feces and saliva Types of Injuries Tips to Avoid Penile Injury... Treatment Cont'd Anatomy Glans Penis Corpus Cavernosa Corpus Spongiosum Urethra Urethral Opening -Persons with anal injuries have damage to tissue around anus caused by: Falls (ie. landing on sharp objects, improper use of sex toy Anal Intercourse(no lubricant*, too fast) -any sexual activity that includes stimulating the anal or rectal region Types: Rimming Foreign Objects Sex toys (ie. dildos, anal beads, butt plugs) Fingering Fisting Penis-Anus Intercourse -depends on severity of injury -cold compresses(20-30 mins three times a day) -when swelling subsides take warm bath to soothe area -gently clean wounds with mild soap but don't scrub it may re-injure wound -drink plenty of fluids -take stool softeners *anything that goes in should be smooth, seamless, and free of scratchy edges, with a flared base, so if you let go of it, it will not slip into the rectum Recreation Leader Training 2014 Anal Sex and Activities Physical findings and symptoms Vagina- The canal in the female, from the vulva to the cervix uteri, that receives the penis in copulation Vulva-The external genital organs of the female, including the labia majora, labia minora, clitoris, and vestibule of the vagina. Cervix- The narrow outer end of the uterus. "Stuffing" or "Putting lead in your pencil" -Pain -Tenderness -Bleeding -Discharge -Bruising -Cold compresses -Wound care -Medications for pain -Bed rest -Surgery *The anus doesn't produce a natural lubricant like the vagina or mouth, so tissue is prone to damage or irritation. Use a water based lube.

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Transcript: View 3: Full Acceptance - Same Sex Relationships - Contraception - Abortion View 2: Half Acceptance Contraception Much of the debate in regard to abortion has centered around the first premise, namely, whether the fetus is a person or not.If the fetus is a person, then it has the rights that belong to persons, including the right to life.The concept of personhood, in other words, is the bridge that connects the fetus with the right to life. Possible criteria for personhood: • Conceived by humans • Genetic structure • Physical resemblance • Presence of a soul • Viability • A future like ours (a) Nature of Homosexuality: This view holds that homosexuality is a post-fall distortion of human sexuality. Whether constitutional (i.e., believed to be born gay) or situational (i.e., forced by single sex environments, e.g., prisons, military camps, monasteries), homosexuality is no different from other depraved sexual deviations (such as bisexuality, bestiality, adultery, fornication etc.). The popular statement, "If God had intended homosexuality to be a legitimate expression of human sexuality, He would have created Adam and Steve, not Adam and Eve," aptly summarizes the non-acceptance position. (b) Morality of Homosexuality: According to the non-acceptance position, homosexuality is both sinful (like pride, adultery, and murder) and evil (like sickness and death). Like all other morally corrupt tendencies, homosexual orientation or disposition does not excuse the sin of homosexuality. All people are tempted to act upon their besetting sexual desires, cravings or tendencies (homosexual and heterosexual). The temptation is not sin, but yielding to it is morally wrong. Same Sex Relationships The moral status of the fetus • Is the fetus a person? At what stage in its development does it becomes a person? Conception? 1st trimester? Birth? The rights of the pregnant woman •Does the pregnant woman have the right to decide if she is going to carry the baby to term or not? http://www.religioustolerance.org/chr_sex.htm http://ethics.sandiego.edu/presentations/AppliedEthics/Abortion/abortion.pdf Moral Status of Fetus (a) Nature of Homosexuality: The full-acceptance position sees homosexuality as part of the pre-fall natural order. In its view, genuine (constitutional) homosexuality is not a distortion of human sexuality (as held by the non-acceptance view), nor an aberration (as argued by the qualified-acceptance position.) Instead, homosexuality is an immutable sexual orientation given or created by God as a gift to some people--just as is heterosexuality. It is an eccentricity (a characteristic of a minority) or a mark of one's individual identity (just like possessing a particular color of the skin, eye, or hair). (b) Morality of Homosexuality: Homosexuality is morally neutral; it is neither evil nor sinful. Homosexuality may be eccentric, but it definitely is not sinful (like murder, or pride) or evil (like congenital blindness or the sickness of alcoholism). [13] The abuse of homosexuality (e. g., promiscuity, rape, or prostitution) is wrong, but not its legitimate expression (as in loving, consensual, monogamous, homosexual relationships). What right does a woman possess that would entitle her to choose an abortion? Right to privacy. •this is the right specified in Roe v. Wade. Right to ownership of one’s own body. •Is ownership a perspicuous category? Right to equal treatment. •Men can’t get pregnant. Right to self-determination. • Women have the right to decide about their own futures. • It is morally repellent to force a woman to bear a child against her will. Abortion View 1: Non Accepting Rights of a Pregnant Women (a) Nature of Homosexuality: Unlike the non-acceptance position which holds that homosexuality is post-fall distortion, the qualified-acceptance maintains that homosexuality is a post-fall aberration of human sexuality. Homosexual condition/orientation (constitutional homosexuality or inversion), according to this view, is a non ideal condition of human sexuality (just as poor eye-sight, asthma or allergies). "God didn't create homosexuality, as He didn't create loneliness or disabilities.” [4] Homosexuality is not God's ideal plan for people, and therefore must be removed wherever possible. The qualified-acceptance position argues that the homosexual condition is not sin but a condition of sinfulness. What advocates mean is that homosexual condition or orientation is one evidence of the brokenness and fallenness of our present world. The condition may be classified with disease (such as alcoholism, or allergies), with handicap (such as congenital blindness), and eccentricity (such as left-handedness). It may even be evil (like sickness or death), but not necessarily sinful (like pride, blasphemy, or murder). Because homosexuals presumably did not choose to be born gay, "we shouldn't hold a person responsible for her or his sexual orientation any more than we hold a person responsible for skin color

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Transcript: Human Sexuality What are some words that you think of when you hear the words “sexual diversity or gender identity?” Gay: A person who is physically and emotionally attracted to someone of the same sex. The word gay can refer to both male and females, but is commonly used to identify males only. Lesbian: A female who is attracted physically and emotionally to other females. Bisexual: A person who is attracted physically and emotionally to both males and females. Transgender: A person whose gender identity, outward appearance, expression and/or anatomy does not fit into conventional expectations of male or female. Heterosexual: A person who is attracted physically and emotionally to someone of the opposite sex. Also commonly referred to as straight. Coming out: Often refers to “coming out of the closet” –the act of disclosing one’s sexual orientation or gender identity Heterosexism: The assumption that everyone is heterosexual and that this sexual orientation is superior, Heterosexism is often expressed in more subtle forms than homophobia. Homophobia: Fear and/or hatred of homosexuality in others, often exhibited by prejudice, discrimination, intimidation, or acts of violence. Transsexual: A person who experiences intense personal and emotional discomfort with their assigned birth gender and undergo treatment (e.g. hormones and/or surgery) to transition genders. Where do “homophobia” and “heterosexism” come from? • Fear • Differing values • Misinformation • Media Do “homophobia” and “heterosexism” exist in our society? How do they exist? What does “homophobia” and “heterosexism” look like in this school? Around the room there are a variety of different value statements. Most of the statements are about relationships, dating and sexual behavior. This activity is to be done in silence and will be strictly confidential. This activity is about your values. It does not matter what you think your friends believe it is about making a decision which can be tough and sometimes a bit uncomfortable. Afterwards, we will have a class discussion. You are each to travel around the room to the different signs and read them individually. Please be respectful of others and provide people with lots of space while they are taking their turn reading the statement. Everyone has some different colored stickers. You are to place 1 sticker behind each sign. Put a green one if you AGREE with the statement. Red if you DISAGREE and yellow if you are UNSURE. When you have completed reading all of the statements and placing your stickers hand in the rest of your stickers and sit down in your seat.

Human Sexuality

Transcript: Prenatal Influences How do Hormones influence human sexual motivation? Sexual orientation is our enduring sexual attraction toward members of our own sex, the other sex or both sexes. Psychological Let's Talk About Sex (or Human Sexuality) Biological Psychological Social-Cutural Sexual fantasies Exposure to stimulating conditions Surge in sex hormones triggers the development of sex characteristics in puberty. During prenatal period they move our development toward male or female. Later in life estrogen and testosterone levels fall. Women experience menopause. Men and Women decline in sexual urge Sex Hormones How do external and imagined stimuli contribute to sexual arousal? Sexual Maturity Sex hormones Especially testosterone Environment & Our Sexual Orientation Minimal communication about birth control Teens who are uncomfortable with discussing contraception with their parents, partners, and peers are less likely to use contraceptives. Teens that talk to their parents use contraception. Sexual Dysfunctions What has research taught us about sexual orientation? Brain is the most significant sex organ. Stimuli inside of our heads/our imagination can influence sexaul arousal and desire. Imagined Stimuli How can sexually transmitted infections be prevented? Guilt leads to sex (vice-versa) 72% of 12-17 year old American girls regretted having sex. Guys... External Stimuli Testosterone - main male hormone Estrogen - main female hormone Commercials Billboards Movies Magazines Internet Alcohol Use Sexually active teens are typically alcohol using teens. Alcohol depresses the brain centers that control judgement inhibition and self awareness. Social-Cultural Human Sexual Response Cycle Condoms help provide limited protection. They have been 80% effective in preventing transition of HIV. Abstinence 100% of the time, it works every time. Homosexuality has nothing to do with one's environment. Homosexual were no more likely than heterosexuals tho have been smothered by maternal love or neglected by their fathers. If there are environmental factors that influence sexual orientation we do not yet know what they are. Problems that consistently impair sexual arousal or functioning (lack of energy) Paraphilias A persons sexual arousal is related to socially unacceptable behavior. Biological Stage 1- Excitement Stage 2- Plateau Stage 3- Orgasm Stage 4- Resolution Exposure to the hormone levels typically experienced by fetuses during this period may predispose a person to be attracted to males later in life. What is the human sexual response cycle and how do sexual dysfunctions and paraphilias differ? Family, society, religious and personal values Expectations of media Sexual Motivation What factor influence teenagers' sexual behaviors and use of contraceptives?

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Transcript: Example of a Jeopardy Template By: Laken Feeser and Rachel Chapman When creating without a template... http://www.edtechnetwork.com/powerpoint.html https://www.thebalance.com/free-family-feud-powerpoint-templates-1358184 Example of a Deal or No Deal Template PowerPoint Game Templates There are free templates for games such as jeopardy, wheel of fortune, and cash cab that can be downloaded online. However, some templates may cost more money depending on the complexity of the game. Classroom Games that Make Test Review and Memorization Fun! (n.d.). Retrieved February 17, 2017, from http://people.uncw.edu/ertzbergerj/msgames.htm Fisher, S. (n.d.). Customize a PowerPoint Game for Your Class with These Free Templates. Retrieved February 17, 2017, from https://www.thebalance.com/free-powerpoint-games-for-teachers-1358169 1. Users will begin with a lot of slides all with the same basic graphic design. 2. The, decide and create a series of questions that are to be asked during the game. 3. By hyper linking certain answers to different slides, the game jumps from slide to slide while playing the game. 4. This kind of setup is normally seen as a simple quiz show game. Example of a Wheel of Fortune Template https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Wheel-of-Riches-PowerPoint-Template-Plays-Just-Like-Wheel-of-Fortune-383606 Games can be made in order to make a fun and easy way to learn. Popular game templates include: Family Feud Millionaire Jeopardy and other quiz shows. http://www.free-power-point-templates.com/deal-powerpoint-template/ Quick video on template "Millionaire" PowerPoint Games Some games are easier to make compared to others If users are unsure whether or not downloading certain templates is safe, you can actually make your own game by just simply using PowerPoint. add logo here References Example of a Family Feud Template PowerPoint Games are a great way to introduce new concepts and ideas You can create a fun, competitive atmosphere with the use of different templates You can change and rearrange information to correlate with the topic or idea being discussed. Great with students, workers, family, etc. For example: With games like Jeopardy and Family Feud, players can pick practically any answers. The person who is running the game will have to have all of the answers in order to determine if players are correct or not. However, with a game like Who Wants to be a Millionaire, the players only have a choice between answers, A, B, C, or D. Therefore, when the player decides their answer, the person running the game clicks it, and the game will tell them whether they are right or wrong.

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