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Objective 18. The student will understand the health risks of sexual activity. Physical Risks of Sexual Activity. Lesson vocabulary Sexually transmitted disease-(STD) A disease that is spread from one person to another through sexual contact

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physical risks of sexual activity
Physical Risks of Sexual Activity
  • Lesson vocabulary
  • Sexually transmitted disease-(STD) A disease that is spread from one person to another through sexual contact
  • HIV-A virus that attacks the body’s immune system and causes AIDS.
  • AIDS-A deadly disease, caused by HIV, that destroys the body’s ability to fight infection.
  • Curable-a disease that will go away with treatment
  • incurable-a disease that will never go away
  • COPY EACH DEFINITION 1-5 INTO YOUR NOTEBOOK BEHIND THE OBJECTIVE 18 SECTION.
  • One of every 9 teen girls ages 15-19 becomes pregnant each year.
  • Over 3 million teens contract STDs each year.
  • It only takes one sexual encounter to get pregnant or an STD.
  • You may have an STD and not know it.
  • Some STDs are NOT curable, and some, like AIDS, can kill you.
some common stds
Some Common STDs
  • Gonorrhea
  • Chlamydia
  • Genital Herpes
  • Syphilis
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Hepatitis B
  • Three of the above are incurable. Can you guess which ones?
did you know
Did You Know?

1. before a female has her first menstrual period

2. during a female’s menstrual period

3. the first time a person has sexual intercourse

4. even there is withdrawal before ejaculation or the release of semen.

  • A great deal of incorrect information is spread about sexual activity and pregnancy.
  • Contrary to what people may tell you, pregnancy can occur:
  • The only way to completely eliminate the risk of pregnancy is to practice abstinence from sexual intercourse.
consequences of teen parenting
Consequences of Teen Parenting

For Teen Mothers

For teen fathers

  • Increased likelihood of not finishing high school
  • Increased likelihood of staying in low income bracket
  • Higher chance of having a low birth weight baby with developmental and health problems
  • Dependency on others for financial support
  • Lack of time to participate in activities with friends
  • High stress levels
  • Financial responsibility
  • May not be able to see child as much as he would like
  • Forced to provide and needs to alter life plans
emotional consequences
Emotional Consequences
  • Lesson vocabulary
  • 1. self-concept-the view you have of yourself
  • 2. intimacy-closeness and familiarity that develops over time
  • 3. sexual harassment-unwanted and unwelcome sexual attention
  • 4. sexuality—everything about yourself as a male or female person
  • 5. self-respect—a high regard for one’s worth
  • COPY EACH DEFINITION 1-5 INTO YOUR NOTEBOOK BEHIND THE OBJECTIVE 18 SECTION.
how can it hurt my feelings
How Can It Hurt My Feelings?
  • Guilt and Regret:
    • Have been taught it is morally wrong
    • Goes against religious beliefs
    • May regret their decision to be sexually active
    • Self-concept may become damaged
  • Disappointment when sexual intercourse does not make them feel loved
  • Sex without intimacy can make teens lose their self-respect, which may lead to more high risk behaviors
social issues
Social Issues
  • Problems with Family Members
    • Lying or sneaking around in order to cover up sexual activity
    • Strained relationships with parents or not being trusted
    • Breakdown of communication
    • Removal of some freedom and independence
  • Problems with Friends/Peers
    • Friends may disapprove
    • Unwanted reputations
    • Subject of gossip and rumors
    • Target of sexual harassment
    • Sexual activity is expected of them on dates
objective 11 the student will recognize legal concerns involving sexual activity a quick review
Objective 11: The student will recognize legal concerns involving sexual activity.(a quick review)
what is sexual harassment exactly
What is sexual harassment exactly?
  • How can sexual activity get someone in trouble with the law?
  • Sexual activity with a minor, even if the person is a willing participant.
  • Sexual Harassment is illegal
  • Parents are required by law to protect their children from predators
  • “Sexting” laws
  • Not reporting suspected abuse
  • Date rape

Any unwanted or unwelcome sexual attention:

Sexual comments, gestures or looks

Touching, pinching, grabbing

Leaning over or cornering

Obscene letters, notes, pictures, graffiti, emails, or texts

Pressuring to do something sexual

Pestering for dates after being told no

Telling sexual jokes

Comments about someone’s clothing, body or sexuality

activity write your answers on a piece of paper to hand in
ActivityWrite your answers on a piece of paper to hand in.
  • 1. What are 2 physical risks of sexual activity?
  • 2. What is the only way to avoid pregnancy?
  • 3. How can being sexually active cause teens to lose their self-respect?
  • 4. Why are teens with “bad” reputations often talked about negatively?
  • 5. Name 3 examples of sexual harassment.
  • 6. Is a thirteen year old legally able to make her own decisions regarding sexual activity?
  • 7. If you suspected sexual abuse of a minor or elderly person what would you do?
  • 8. Your 13 year old girlfriend texts you a sexy picture of herself. You forward it to some friends. That is okay because she took it of herself. TRUE or FALSE.