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Both Sexes. GENDER IDENTIFICATION LADDER (Chronological development) Intrauterine = genetic sexuality, gonadal sexuality, structural development 2. Early Childhood = Gender Identity 3. Childhood = Gender preference 4. Pre-adolescence = Gender adoption

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both sexes
Both Sexes
  • GENDER IDENTIFICATION LADDER (Chronological development)
  • Intrauterine = genetic sexuality, gonadal sexuality, structural
  • development
  • 2. Early Childhood = Gender Identity
  • 3. Childhood = Gender preference
  • 4. Pre-adolescence = Gender adoption
  • 5. Pubescence = Structural maturation
  • 6. Late adolescence = Gender adoption
  • Gender Identification
male reproductive system

MALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM

Sexuality – quality of being sexual; Male v Female

Masculinity

- behavioral expressions traditionally observed in males

- EXAMPLES

Learned Behaviors

- behaviors taught to individuals as they grow

- become beliefs

GENDER IDENTIFICATION LADDER (Chronological development)

Intrauterine = genetic sexuality, gonadal sexuality, structural

development

2. Early Childhood = Gender Identity

3. Childhood = Gender preference

4. Pre-adolescence = Gender adoption

5. Pubescence = Structural maturation

6. Late adolescence = Gender adoption

Gender Identification

male reproductive system2
MALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
  • Penis – (Glans Penis) Sex organ
  • Erectile Tissue – 3 cylindrical chambers – 2 cavernous & 1 spongy body – during stimulation = vasocongestion takes place
  • Foreskin – surrounds head of penis
  • Corona – rim of the head – contains nerve endings
  • Scrotum- sac holding testes – temp reg.
  • Gonads – testicles – male sex glands – produce testosterone and
  • sperm
  • Seminiferous tubules – structures in testes were sex cell produced
  • Epididymis – on back half of testes – stores sperm
  • Urethra – tube that extends from bladder – joins w/ vas deferens
  • Seminal Vesicle – releases clear, alkaline fluid – nourishes sperm
  • w/ fructose – adds to mobility
  • Prostate Gland – alkaline fluid – protects from acidic areas in
  • urethra & vagina
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MALE
  • Cowpers Gland –(bulbourethral gland) lubricates urethra w/
  • clear viscous mucus
  • Semen – ejaculated fluid - contains Sem V, Prostate, Cowper
sperm
SPERM
  • Acrosome – cap structure that covers the head – contains enzymes that help sperm locate and penetrate ova membrane
  • Head – contains genetic material from male – 23 chromosomes
  • Mitochondria – midpiece – helps supply energy – converts fructose from Sem. Ves
  • Tail - movement -
healthy behaviors
HEALTHY BEHAVIORS
  • Wear protective gear when playing sports
  • Avoid wearing tight clothes
  • Practice good hygiene
  • Not circumcised, wash underneath foreskin
  • Monthly TCSE
  • Annual physical exam
  • Moderate use of alcohol when of age
  • Avoid smoking & drug use
  • Exercise regularly – can prevent ED as you get older and help lessen chance of diabetes, cardiovascular disease & hypertension.