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  • Sexual Crimes Against The Conundrum Of Marital Rape

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    This Term Paper has been submitted by Nitin Nair Roll no: 212139 On Women and Criminal Law Topic: Sexual Crimes against Women- The Conundrum of Marital Rape During the Monsoon Semester 2014-2015 Introduction The word “rape” is derived from the word raptus, which means to seize. It is the act of forced non-consensual sexual intercourse with a woman by coercion, fear or fraud. Rape usually include three separate factors, these factors include forced vaginal penetration, threat of violence

  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases Essays

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    Sexually Transmitted Diseases Sexually transmitted diseases (STD) are one of the major causes of death in the United States, frequently in teenagers. Some of these sexual transmitted diseases do not have a cure and many others, if not treated properly, can lead to very serious complications as cancer. Quantities of the most common types of STD's are viral, bacterial, and parasitic animals. A virus in order to survive needs a living cell within which to replicate. Some viruses can survive outside

  • Gonorrhea Essay

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    Bacteria are introduced during sexual contact. These bacteria can infect the genital tract, the mouth, and the rectum. It attacks the urethra in males, the cervix in females, and the throat. The majority of the organisms belonging to this family are non-pathogenic or commensals, however, gonorrhea is always pathogenic.      Gonorrhea’s mode of transmission is during sexual intercourse – vaginal, oral, and anal. People who practice anal intercourse can get gonorrhea of the rectum

  • Female Genital Mutilation Essay

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    extreme form of discrimination against women. No woman should be subjected to the cruel practice, where young girls are held down by their elders, violated in such a way to remove an organ in their sacred area and later subjected to the pain that sexual intercourse and childbirth become by a generational practice. The past has shown that women were the leaders of the society. Childbirth was mysterious situation, but highly desired by all thus women were goddesses. Sometime in the last five thousand

  • Consequences Of Statutory Rape

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    Statutory Rape Statutory Rape is a type of rape in which an adult has sexual intercourse with a minor without consent; statutory rape is also known to be a california penal code 261.5. Rape of any sort is not permitted and is much discriminated all over the world, although this action is illegal it continues to happen and only so much effort into stopping this action can be done. As this patronizing, unlawful, and abusive sexual intercourse is taking placing all over the United States much education has

  • The Church and the Topic of the Use of Contraception

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    contraception is wrong because it is a deliberate violation of the natural law that God gave us. God intended sexual intercourse to be between a man and a woman who are married. The sole purpose of sexual intercourse is to offer the possibility of bringing a new life into the world as well as strengthening the bond, intimacy, and love that husbands and wives share. In a marriage if sexual intercourse becomes unnatural it is harmful to the marriage. Sex is supposed to be used to procreate. By using methods

  • Premarital Sex Is Not a Sin Against God?

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    between sin and premarital sex is a new Christian idea. The only possible reference to premarital sex being a sin in the Bible is in the New Testament. This premise although, is generally dismissed by theologians because the Greek word pornei, or sexual immorality is commonly incorrectly translated into the English word fornication. In Biblical times women were the owned property of a man. Men ruled over women and their children. Women had very few, if

  • Preventing Sperm From Entering The Uterus

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    recommendations include the following: • Encouraged adolescents to abstain from sexual intercourse or delay future sexual relationships • Pediatricians should particibate in educating adolescents and their parents about responsible sexual activity and encouraging the correct utilization of condoms among adolescents who are sexually active. • Health education programs for K-12 children should provide education and counseling about sexual behaviour and be integrated into cooperative, community-based

  • Love in The Flea and To his Coy Mistress Essay

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    to demonstrate his commitment and show his love to be true by talking of how “I would love you ten years before the flood.” This can be seen as referring to how long he would wait before she was ready to give in to him, with “the flood” having sexual connotations. The more complex argument used by Donne, on

  • Birth Control Essay

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    complete opposite. Birth control is either used right before sexual intercourses or hours prior, but is never used after sexual intercourse. When choosing birth control, it is important to know what is being put into the body, what age is too young and who actually pays for birth control. Contraception consists of multiple methods that help prevent from transferring sexually transmitted diseases and causing pregnancy after sexual intercourse. Contraception may be considered as easy to use, some may