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SEX. SENSATIONAL . . . SEDUCTIVE . . . DESTRUCTIVE???. Let’s be anonymously honest. My sexual preference is: Heterosexual Homosexual Bisexual. In my lifetime, I have had sexual intercourse (vaginal or anal) with: No one Only one person 2-5 people 6-10 people 10+.

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Let s be anonymously honest
Let’s be anonymously honest . . .

My sexual preference is:

  • Heterosexual

  • Homosexual

  • Bisexual

In my lifetime, I have had sexual intercourse (vaginal or anal) with:

  • No one

  • Only one person

  • 2-5 people

  • 6-10 people

  • 10+

The anal) with:most common type of protection that I use during intercourse is:A. Male CondomB. Female CondomC. OtherD. NoneE. I am not sexually active

If i use a lubricant i use a k y jelly b baby oil c vaseline d nothing e i am not sexually active
If I use a lubricant, I use: anal) with:A. K-Y Jelly B. Baby OilC. VaselineD. NothingE. I am not sexually active

The most common type of protection that I use during oral sex is:A. CondomB. Dental DamC. OtherD. NoneE. I am not sexually active

When I have been sexually engaged alcohol or marijuana or some other drug was part of the scene.

  • Yes

  • No

  • Never been sexually active

What do you think? some other drug was part of the scene.

I consider oral sex “sex”. virgins.

  • Yes

  • No

  • Not sure

I have sought the following in regard to sexually transmitted diseases
I have sought the following in regard to sexually transmitted diseases:

  • I have been tested

  • I have been treated

  • Both A & B

  • I have been sexually active but not tested

  • I am not sexually active

Is transmitted diseases:SEX


T – R - transmitted diseases:

TRICHOMONIASIS transmitted diseases:

Quick facts
Quick Facts transmitted diseases:

  • Caused by a parasite that spreads during sexual contact affecting both genders

  • Symptoms show up 5-28 days after contact

  • May be asymptomatic with men with symptoms including a mild white discharge or pain/burning with urination

  • Females may develop a yellow-green discharge with strong odor, vaginal itching, or pain during sex or urination

  • Treatable with prescription drugs

C l a m y i

C – L – A transmitted diseases:

M – Y - I

CLAMYDIA transmitted diseases:

Quick facts1
Quick Facts: transmitted diseases:

  • Most common bacterial STD (1.3 million cases reported in 2010, CDC) Most commonly reported STD at UWG – Majority cases go undiagnosed

  • Can scar female organs (PID – Pelvic Inflammatory Disease) & leave infertile

  • Treatable with antibiotics

  • 75% of females & 50% of males are asymptomatic

  • Symptoms, if present, are discharge &

    painful burning while urinating

G - O – N transmitted diseases:

GONORRHEA transmitted diseases:

Quick facts2
Quick Facts: transmitted diseases:

  • One of the most commonly reported STIs at UWG Health Services

  • In 2010, 300,000 cases were reported by the CDC

  • Pus producing bacterial infection

  • Treatable with antibiotics – signs that it is becoming resistant

  • Can scar female & leave infertile; can cause male to be infertile but normally cured with medication

  • Often asymptomatic at first but both males and females usually will develop a discharge of pus, severe pain, and burning while urinating and may be confused with urinary tract infection

. transmitted diseases:

“Untreated gonorrhea and chlamydia can silently steal a young woman’s chance to have her own children later in life. Each year, untreated STDs cause at least 24,000 women in the U.S. to become infertile.” (CDC)

H – P – V transmitted diseases:

W – R

HPV transmitted diseases:

Quick facts3
Quick Facts: transmitted diseases:

  • Most common (20 million estimated cases with 5.5 million per year) One of most commonly reported at UWG Health Services

  • No cure; over 4,900 women die each year from HPV associated cancer

  • Warts are highly contagious; little or no protection from condoms

  • Many are asymptomatic, but some will develop genital warts

  • Free vaccines are available at Health Services

H – E – P transmitted diseases:

HERPES transmitted diseases:

Quick facts4
Quick Facts: transmitted diseases:

  • 45 million with 1 million new infections each year

  • Common viral STD at UWG

  • Type I- oral & Type II-genital are really the same; can be transferred via oral sex

  • No cure – medication for symptoms only!

  • May be asymptomatic; common to have painful blisters in genital area, anus, thighs or buttocks on and off for life

  • Infected babies die or have serious problems; Condoms cannot be counted for prevention

S transmitted diseases:

SYPHILIS transmitted diseases:

Quick facts5
Quick Facts: transmitted diseases:

  • Syphilis has increased 134% among young black men especially those having sex with other men, (CDC); only a few cases reported last year at UWG Health Services

  • Treatable bacterial infection

  • Can cause permanent damage and death if left untreated

  • Stage1: painless sore

  • Stage2: rash, fever, fatigue

  • Stage3: permanent damage to heart, brain, organs

B transmitted diseases:

Hepatitis b
HEPATITIS B transmitted diseases:

Quick facts6
Quick Facts: transmitted diseases:

  • No cure

  • Transmitted through blood or body fluids

  • The Hepatitis B virus is 50-100 times more infectious than HIV, (WHO).

  • Vaccine for prevention

  • Most common cause of liver cancer; kills 5,000 Americans a year

  • May be asymptomatic; but may have yellowing of the eyes & skin, nausea, vomiting & dark urine

D transmitted diseases:

HIV transmitted diseases:

AIDS transmitted diseases:

Michael “Magic” Johnson has been a voice for HIV & AIDS Awareness since being diagnosed HIV positive years ago. With treatment he has not developed AIDS.

There are NO obvious symptoms of HIV!!!!

Quick facts7
Quick Facts: transmitted diseases:

  • Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)

  • No cure; considered by many to be the perfect “killing” machine

  • People with gonorrhea, chlamydia, or syphilis are at increased risk for HIV. (CDC)

  • A person may look and feel healthy for years, but will be infected and contagious for life; enlarged lymph nodes, red/purple blotches on skin, prone to infections, eventual death

  • Primary infection stage (first weeks after infection with large amount of HIV in bloodstream – greatest infection stage with majority not knowing they are infected and tests at this stage show negative)

My future decisions
My Future Decisions transmitted diseases:

When it comes to my future sexual health decisions, my top priority will be to:

  • Practice safe sex using condoms every time.

  • Get tested and get treated when changing partners.

  • Avoid mixing alcohol consumption with sex.

  • All of the above.

  • Continue to practice abstinence.

The truth
The TRUTH transmitted diseases:

  • STDs affect people of ALL races, ages, and sexual orientations!

  • Be smart! Be strong! Be safe!

  • Be tested! Be treated!

When scoring stds
When “scoring” = STDs transmitted diseases:

SEX is NOT a fair GAME and