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  • Contemporary Perspectives On Human Sexuality Essay

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    There are various perspective on human sexuality. As seen throughout time, human sexuality has taken several routes and has brought about a different perspective and beliefs on human sexuality. This difference is associated with the consequences man received during the Fall. The definition of authentic sexuality is viewed in several ways through a spectrum that includes theological perspective and contemporary society’s perspective. These perspective have affected one’s current perspective and beliefs

  • Islam, A Religion That Changed Society And Struggling With My Perception Of Sexuality Essay

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    Islam, a religion that dates back to over 1600 years ago, is considered to be one of the fastest growing religions in the world. It is one of the few Abrahamic religions alongside Judaism and Christianity. Abrahamic religions have similar foundations, and conservative teachings in regards to sexuality. For instance, premarital sex is prohibited. Chastity and purity are highly valued in the Muslim community. I will be discussing my experiences, perspectives, and beliefs as being a Muslim woman in

  • The Importance Of Teens On Birth Control

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    In today’s generation one of the biggest issues in the teenage population is that it is more common for them to start having intercourse at a young age. That could lead to an unplanned pregnancy. Most teens would prefer to be on birth control but some parents might not allow them to be and because they are minors they need the consent from a legal guardian. Therefore, teens should be allowed to access birth control without parents consent due to teens being embarrassed to ask their parents, having

  • Hiv And Aids : Aids

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    Sub-Saharan Africa in one of them. Uganda and South Africa is recognized for having the largest population of people living with HIV and AIDS. Most project, conference or debaters have visualized that the reasons for the widespread of HIV and AIDS is sexual transmission and infection. Most people do not realize that the increase in the widespread of HIV and AIDS in the Sub-Saharan Africa is lack of awareness, lean on cultural and religious belief, dissension of scientific community, and deprivation

  • Debate Around Mobilization Of Queer Communities

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    parts of the nation. The background of the judgement is essential in understanding these responses in a deeper sense. The practice of revealing one 's sexual identity as a means to ascertain one’s identity is relatively recent in India and the "out" LGBTs were not visible in the country until 1990s. The initial efforts to bring forth the issues of sexual minorities in India can be traced back to 1990. The movement to repeal Section 377 was initiated by AIDS Bhedbhav Virodhi Andolan in 1991, filing a

  • Toost Relation To The Feminist Paradigm

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    equality of women. Feminist perspectives have challenged the theories, concepts, methods and assumptions. First, early modernists have argued that from the late sixteenth century rape came to be seen as a sexual crime against an individual woman rather than one against male property where the sexual element was minor. Nonetheless, the most important changes in regard to individuality have also been located in the nineteenth century (Ruberg, 2013:1). Feminist Perspective on Rape The most suitable definition

  • The Physical and Psychological Effects of Rape on Women Essay

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    have sex with someone who wants to give it to them. Paying for sex is better than going out and raping someone. Rape is also called sexual assault. Rape is about having power and control over someone. Rape is defined as one person forcing another person, without his or her consent and using violence or threatening violence, to have intercourse or other forms of sexual activity. Usually when people hear about rape they think of a man raping a woman, but rape can happen to anyone. It is one of the worst

  • Chlamydia

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    assorted subpopulations. Whilst transmission is largely the result of either an absence of suitable sexual health awareness or social stigma surrounding the disease, determinants can still be separated into several categories. o Social and Lifestyle Determinants Such factors include an adolescent’s age of initial sexual intercourse; it is widely reported that schools provide insufficient sexual health education, and it can hence be strongly inferred that adolescents who fall into the lower end

  • Teenage Pregnancy Is An Issue For A Plethora Of Reasons

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    Teenage pregnancy is an issue for a plethora of reasons. For example, there are many health risks for the mother and the baby that come along with teenage pregnancy. Although most pregnancies are accidents, this one accident can cause a complete change in the father and mother’s lives. One may ask, is teenage pregnancy on the rise? Luckily, it isn’t. Just in 2013, “there were 26.6 births for every 1,000 adolescent females ages 15-19, or 274,641 babies born to females in this age group” (“Teen Births”)

  • Hiv / Aids And Young People : The Problem And The Solution

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    2020 concerning HIV/AIDS among young people will be met. The major cause of HIV/AIDS among young people is unprotected sex. Many young people are failing to use condoms during sexual activity. As an illustration, “In a 2013 survey in the United States, of the 34 percent of high school students reporting sexual intercourse in the previous 3 months, 41 percent did not use a condom” (Center for Disease Control [CDC], 2015). A large number of sexually active students in this survey