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  • The Prevalence Of Sexual Assault On College Campuses

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    The Prevalence of Sexual Assault on College Campuses “Nobody owes you sex, ever; and no means no.” Maya Yamanouchi Embrace your Sexual Self; A Practical Guide For Women Students enter college with the anticipation that the next four years of their lives will be a chance to start fresh, to achieve their professional goals, and to develop new relationships. In reality, the college campus is not the safe haven that most incoming freshmen are led to believe. Students are unaware of the dangers lurking

  • Essay on Female Genital Mutilation

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    Female Genital Mutilation Thesis Statement: The continued "underground" practice of FGM (Female Genital Mutilation) must be stopped in order to protect women throughout the world from a useless, unnecessary procedure that has been supported by male dominating societies as a means of control, at the expense, and lives, of women. I. Millions of girls and women have been mutilated by the practice of FGM a. Model, Waris Dirie, shares her story of FGM and the consequences it has brought to her

  • Aids : A Modern Interpretation Of The Aids

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    Although many people see this book as a great modern interpretation of the AIDS evolution, I found it difficult to be fully engaged with the immense amount of scientific information and terms. Despite the fact I do not have a positive opinion of the book, Pepin’s extensive knowledge and research is evident and bolsters his claims and his epidemiology. Pepin beings the book with the origins of AIDS, debunking the popular claims which spread throughout the United States. Secondly, Pepin introduces

  • Essay On Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

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    with a combination of oral antibiotics. If the treatment doesn't work, you will not be able to take the medication with your mouth. If the infection gets too serious for medication you may have to be hospitalized. http://www.webmd.com/women/guide/sexual-health-your-guide-to-pelvic-inflammatory-disease?page=2#2 Not treated: If the infection of pelvic inflammatory disease does not get treated, it could lead to internal scarring that could cause constant pain. Or there also a risk of not being able

  • Thailand Case Study

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    scare tactics to alter behavior in the 1980s (Liamputtong P, Haritavorn N, Kiatying-Angsulee N. 2009). They feared intentional or unintentional disclosure of their health status by health care workers. Women have often not disclosed their status to sexual partners, family and friends, and some have even migrated away from their local communities. ETIOLOGY As stated above, there an array of problems that contributed to the vast spread of HIV. One of the primary one’s was the low use of condoms which

  • Persuasive Essay On Rape

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    older). The definition of rape is a type of sexual assault usually involving sexual intercourse carried out against a person without their consent. Taking away a person’s consent violates their ability to create their own free will. Human beings have the right to dress however they see fit, and if they want to wear a low cut top & short shorts then they should be allowed to without being seen as a target. For example, there was 62,939 cases of child sexual abuse were reported in 2012. These children

  • William Blake Poetry Analysis

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    contrasting perspective. Specifically, there are three poems that briefly describe three perceptions of love, whether it can be prominent in regards to the loss of virginity, the appreciation of idealistic beauty, or the wrathful feelings towards infinite sexual desire. Firstly, the poem called The Sick Rose discusses the subject of love, referring to the allegorical figures that William Blake explains in this composition. With the use of personification and symbolism throughout

  • A Summary On Sexual Conflict In Human Mating

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    The scholarly article: “Sexual Conflict in Human Mating” is an informative study on the current directions in psychological science. David M. Buss is the authors and coordinator of this study. Buss works within the Department of Psychology at the University of Texas. Buss is a credible author and psychologist that has published numerous psychology studies which have a large audience. The article was published on August 9th, 2017. The main purpose of this article is to address the psychological conflict

  • The Absence Of Effective Birth Control Essay

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    INTRODUCTON The absence of effective birth control led women to resort to abortion between 1900 and 1940. Up until the arrival of the contraceptive pill in the early 1960’s, New Zealand, predominantly women, but also men struggled to acquire effective and reliable birth control. There were many reasons why birth control was limited and frowned upon in New Zealand for over half of the twentieth century, including, religion, the social expectation of women, and the desire for a large population in

  • Sex, Religion, And Gender

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    In today society, we all have different opinions on sex, religion, and gender. And sometimes our values are more powerful than our opinions; as the world becomes more open about sexual orientation and desires. Those values that we protect and live by can get through out of the window or they can become more susceptible. To intrigue my curiosity, I asked five different subjects a set of five questions. And all subjects are different ages, gender, and relationship status. The five questions are “What