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Safe Sex & Me
Transcript of Safe Sex & Me
This virus is passed from one person to another through blood-to-blood and sexual contact. In addition, infected pregnant women can pass HIV to their baby during pregnancy or delivery, as well as through breast-feeding.
Safe Sex & Me
By: Zak K. &
What are Sex Toys?
A sex toy is an object or device that is primarily used to facilitate human sexual pleasure.
Important Information on Toys
Never share toys with anyone without taking proper precautions. Or you risk getting or passing on bacteria or viruses that can cause irritations or serious infections.
How to Keep your Sex Toy Clean and Safe
rinse your toys after use with soap or toy cleaner
Let the toy air dry
Use the sex toy with condoms and/or lube
Never store two latex or jelly toys together
Never put electric or battery toys under water
The insertion and thrusting of a male's penis, usually when erect, into a female's vagina for the purposes of sexual pleasure or reproduction.
Intercourse via the anus, committed by a man with a man or woman
Sexual activity in which the genitals of one partner are stimulated by the mouth of the other.
Crabs are tiny insects that infest the human genitals, causing itching and red spots.
Can be cured through cream from your local drug store
Caused by a bacterium.
Chlamydia can infect both men and women and can cause serious, permanent damage to a woman's reproductive organs.
Antibiotics can treat Chlamydia
Caused by a bacterium. Gonorrhea can grow easily in the warm, moist areas of the reproductive tract
Can be cured with antibiotics
AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome)
Caused by HIV
This is also passed through blood, sexual contact, breast feeding, or pregnancy
There is no cure for Aids
Infects the skin and genital area.
Some infect the skin and can produce warts, some infect the genital area
Can lead to cancer of the cervix
There is no cure
Causes blisters in the genital area, and mouth
can be passed through vaginal, oral or anal sex
cannot be cured but medications can help prevent spreading it
Passed through blood-to-blood and sexual contact. Infected pregnant women can pass HIV to their baby via pregnancy or breast-feeding
Keep the Baby
Plan B / Abortion
HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus)
Caused by a bacterium.
Syphilis can cause long-term complications and/or death if not adequately treated
Can be treated with antibiotics
Options for Unplanned Pregnancy
Intrauterine system (IUS)
Sterilization in males and female
99.5% effective in women
99.9% effective in male
Copper Intrauterine device (IUD)
Oral Contraceptives: The pill
Diaphragm and Cervical Cap
Sponge and Spermicides
Female and male condom
Given to women every 12-13 weeks in the buttocks or upper arm
A t-shaped device inserted into the uterus
Tablets taken once a day at the same time every day
inhibits the release of an egg
a patch that slowly releases hormones and is changed once per week for three weeks then one week off
prevents the ovary from releasing an egg
Blocks or removes the reproductive track in males and females
A T-device inserted into the uterus that does not use hormones
a nearly transparent flexible ring inserted 2 inches into the vagina that stops the ovary from producing an egg
an intravaginal barrier method that are used together with a spermicide
when positioned properly they block the entry to the uterus so sperm cannot enter
Must be left in the vagina for 6-8 hours after intercourse
A female condom lines the vagina completely preventing direct contact with the vagina and the penis
A male condom fits over the erect penis and acts as a physical barrier preventing direct contact between the penis and vagina and preventing the exchange of body fluids
68% - sponges effectiveness
71% - spermicides effectiveness
The sponge fits over the cervix and traps and absorbs sperm
spermicides contain an ingredient that impairs sperm
refraining from sexual intercourse
A woman tracks the days of her menstrual cycle for a few months to identify her fertility period (when she is most likely to get pregnant) and doesn't have sex at those times
She does this by subtracting 20 from her short menstrual cycle to determine the beginning of her fertility cycle and subtracts 10 from her longest menstrual cycle to determine the end of her fertility cycle
Student Health and Counseling
1 (807) 343-8361
Talk to your RA
Worried? or having a problem
with sexual health?
A woman monitors her menstrual cycle in order to determine the time of ovulation and avoids sex during ovulation time
Withdrawal (pulling out)
used during intercourse, a man must remove his penis from the woman's vagina before ejaculation
Sexual activity in which a woman rubs her vulva against her partner's body for sexual stimulation
Male condom 85-98 % effective
Female condom 79-95 % effective
How Female Protection Works
All female protections thickens the cervical mucus so the sperm has difficulty reaching the egg and changes the sperms ability to fertilize the egg