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    Sex Education In a generation, where being forever young is the motto and a mindset of being invincible convinces various young adults to live a high-risk lifestyle, unsafe sex is one of the many risky and at times dangerous behaviors that young people take a part in. There are many factors that may lead to this misconstrued judgement. Either these young adults are being ill informed, simply just do not care or are not receiving proper education on the topic of sex and its many pros and cons. Each

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    Safe Sex Vs. No Sex

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    Safe Sex vs. No Sex. What’s Realistic? A Case for Comprehensive Sex Education Teenagers have been having sex since the beginning of time. Instead of telling them “just don’t” shouldn’t we educate our teens so that they can be safe? The problem with traditional Abstince- Only-Until-Marriage is that instead of educating they use fear tactics to unsuccessfully keep children ignorant. This causes children to turn to other outlets like porn and other children their age, it’s like a bad game of telephone

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    Practicing Safe Sex

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    Safe Sex Practicing safe sex means taking steps during and before sex to reduce your risk of: Getting a sexually transmitted diseases (STD). Giving your partner an STD. Unwanted pregnancy. HOW CAN I PRACTICE SAFE SEX? To practice safe sex: Limit your sexual partners to only one partner who is having sex with only you. Avoid using alcohol and recreational drugs before having sex. They can affect your judgment. Before having sex with a new partner: Talk to your

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    I: Introduction There have been many debates surrounding the proposition to teach safe sex and sexual health in schools. It is a topic that many people have very strong beliefs and opinions on, and with an increasingly liberal, open minded society there has been a large push towards incorporating safe sex in schools and educating students on what safe sex is and how it can be done. A large number of studies that have shown abstinence-only policies are ineffective at preventing pregnancy and the transmission

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    1. Using the guidelines for choosing a theory found in the Hayden textbook; discuss the issue of safe sex on college campuses. You need to briefly discuss the 5 steps and identify relevant information for each step. i.e. in step 1, tell me why safe sex is a pertinent topic given the population. Provide justification/supporting data as necessary. The five steps for choosing a theory include the following: identify the health issue or problem and the population affected, gather information about

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    activities can be a dangerous thing if the juvenile does not know what is happening or the ways to prevent them from happening. Many adolescents have been seduced into doing sexual actions without even knowing how it happened because they are uneducated. Safe sex courses should be taught to a minimum level of eighth graders instead of an abstinence class to inform students of the dangers and preventions of dangers sexual acts can cause. No one can deny that the number of pregnant teenagers has gone up in

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    Northern Territory Government– Safe Sex, No Regrets Media Campaign Australia has been experiencing increased rates of sexually transmissible infections (STIs) over the past ten years as a direct result of unsafe sex practises (ABS- Australian Social Trends, Jun 2012). These infections are some of the most common illnesses worldwide affecting the health and wellbeing of people infected, particularily women in regards to their fertility (Gerbase, Rowley, heymann et, al 1998). Northern Territory

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    This parenting class could teach girls the importance of safe sex, how much it costs to raise a baby and also show how much your life can change when you have a child. Parenting classes could teach the importance of safe sex to teenage girls. Many girls in high school take the risk of unprotected sex and to understand this issue we need to look at the statistics. According to www.dosomething.org, 90% of teenage girls who have unprotected sex end up pregnant within just one year. Also according to

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    require schools to solely teach abstinence only sex education (Stranger-Hall, Kathrin F. and David W. Hall 4). The logic behind such practices is to prevent teenagers from engaging in intercourse and to decrease the rate of teen pregnancies. The curriculum of abstinence only programs stresses that teenagers should not engage in intercourse since that is the only way to guarantee one will not get pregnant. Information about contraceptives and safe sex to prevent pregnancies and the spread of STDs is

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    Safe Sex

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    SAFE SEX Is there anything like safe sex? There is no safe sex because sex can't be 100% safe, most healthcare professionals believe that the only way to be safe is to abstain. Sex can not be safe; it can only be made safer. Safer sex refers to anything we do to lower our risk of getting sexually transmitted infections (STI's). Abstinence is the only sure way to prevent STDs. The safest sex is between two uninfected people who have never had another sex partner. Since abstaining is hard for most

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