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  • Contraception “WHICH ONE?” Essay

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    Contraception “WHICH ONE?” There are many forms of contraception. Contraception is a form of birth control. Although, some methods of contraception also protect from STD‘s (sexual transmitted diseases). How well birth control works depends on a number of factors. These include medical conditions, or are people taking any drugs prescribed or not. Whether it is convenient, or if it causes any side effects. The main forms of contraception in order of the most commonly

  • Gonorrhea Essay

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         This disease is transmitted by sexual contact. Any form of sexual penetration, oral, anal, and vaginal can transmit gonorrhea. There are other means of catching the disease, but they are not common. A person with gonorrhea can infect another area of their body by touching the infected area and transferring

  • Summary and Critique of "The Gift of Sex" Essay

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    authors believe that sex is also a spiritual and emotional act, involving the total person, the body, soul and spirit. There is a connection with the sexual relationship of a husband and his wife, and the intimate relationship of God and man. Revelation of this reality would bring freedom and fulfillment in God and in marriage. There are many aspects to a sexual relationship between a husband and wife,

  • The Natural Family Planning ( Safe Period )

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    family planning is one of the most widely utilized means of birth control, espicially for those whom their religion or their cultural beliefs do not authorize devices or drugs for birth control. This method includes periodic abstinence, to avoid intercourse during a female 's fertile period, which is around the time of ovulation. Determination of the fertile period involve the calendar method, cervical mucus method, or the symptothermal method technique. The calendar method is based on 3 hypotheses

  • Contraceptive And Birth Control And Contraception

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    Are you using or someone you know partaking in a contraceptive method? Chances are you answered “yes” since “more than 99% of women…have used at least one contraceptive method” (Contraceptive Use in the United States). But you are probably using the wrong type. I can enlighten you to the most effective and all around most appealing birth control on the market known as the ParaGard IUD. Before we dive in we must ask ourselves, what is birth control? What is the difference between it and contraception

  • The Immunodeficiency Syndrome Virus ( Aids )

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    as blood, semen, and vaginal secretion contains the highest concentration of the virus. Implementing thing such as avoiding anal intercourse, avoiding sexual contact with sex workers, avoiding sexual intercourse during menstruation and also avoiding oral contact with the anus can help limit our chances of contracting this virus since 80% of HIV cases are through sexual contact (Crooks, Baur 476).

  • AIDS 101 Essay

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    All the sexual practices are probably the most dangerous because the virus enters the body more easily for two reasons. During the penetration, the pressure exerted by the muscles of the anus, the penis is very large and invariably causes irritations, skinned and

  • Margaret Sanger's A Moral Necessity For Birth Control

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    of birth control use was causal to the increased demographic of women with professional degrees. As a Christian, Sanger developed her ethos by accepting the premise that illegitimate conception was immoral. However, she further argued that sexual intercourse was inevitable and that unintended pregnancy was the pressing issue in terms of what was moral. Her speech described the lack of public information on birth control as a way of oppressing women. This ignorance hindered women

  • Human Sexuality Essay

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    important people in your life. Use your answers to complete the “Becoming Comfortable With Sexual Language” assignment in Module 1. Sexual Communication Exercise | Same Sex Peers | Partner | Parent | Doctor | Male Genitalia | Dick | Thang | Pee Pee | Penis | Female Genitalia | Cat | Friend | Jimmy | Vagina | Intercourse | Interment | Making Love | Sex | Sexual Intercourse | Compare and Contrast Sexual Terms According to our lecture sexuality activity has improved and became open more

  • The Role Of Sexuality In Hamlet And The Beekeeper's Daughter

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    virginity. That was corrupted, than scrutinized. In retrospect to Sylvia Plath’s poem “The Beekeeper’s Daughter.” Which exhibits aspects of the environment to illustrate the introduction to sexual acts through the intense erotic tension between father and daughter. Playwright Shakespeare commonly depicted sexual desires profoundly. In Hamlet, the protagonist repeatedly sexualized his suitor, Ophelia and mother, Queen Gertrude. However, in Queens extensive detail recapturing the events that resulted