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Sexual Education. Farrington High School April 29, 2003. Sex Education I. Anatomy and Terms II. STD’s and HIV III. Sexual Relationships IV. Contraception. What do you call it?. Penis = the male organ for sexual intercourse and urination.

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sexual education

Sexual Education

Farrington High School

April 29, 2003

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Sex Education

I. Anatomy and Terms

II. STD’s and HIV

III. Sexual Relationships

IV. Contraception

what do you call it
What do you call it?
  • Penis = the male organ for sexual intercourse and urination.
  • Vagina = the passage leading to the uterus in females.
what do you consider as sex
What do you consider as sex?
  • Intercourse
    • vaginal
    • anal
  • Oral
  • Foreplay
what can happen if you have sex
What can happen if you have sex?
  • Pregnancy
  • Emotional issues
  • STDs:
    • Chlamydia
    • Gonorrhea
    • Genital Warts (HPV)
    • Herpes
    • HIV
sexually transmitted diseases std
Sexually transmitted diseases (STD)
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases or Venereal diseases: Infections transmitted mainly through sexual interactions.
common sexually transmitted diseases
Common Sexually Transmitted Diseases…
  • Gonorrhea and Chlamydia
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Herpes
  • Syphilis
  • Genital Warts (Human Papilloma Virus)
some general symptoms of std s
Some general symptoms of STD’s
  • None at all
  • Painful urination
  • Abdominal Pains
  • Rash
  • Warts
  • Genital/Oral/Anal Ulcers
  • Foul smelling discharge
can you tell if someone has an std just by looking at them
Can you tell if someone has an STD just by looking at them?

NO!!!

  • although STD’s may produce physical symptoms, a person can be infected but look and feel completely normal.
std s and teens
I have genital warts…STD’s and teens...
  • 1 in 4 sexually active teenagers get an STD
  • 1 in 4 college females has Genital Warts…

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When someone does have symptoms of STD’s, it may look like…

a.

b.

Genital Warts: numerous warts on the:

a) shaft of the penis

b)vagina

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What Can STD’s look like?

Syphilis: typical chancre on the penis

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What Can STD’s look like?

Genital Herpes: ulcers on the side of the penis

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What Can STD’s look like?

Gonorrhea: typical penile discharge

what can std s look like
What can STD’s Look Like?
  • Penile discharge and skin irritation typical in Chlamydia infection
although some std s can be treated
Although some STD’s can be treated…

Delayed treatment can result in:

  • life threatening infection
  • chronic abdominal pain
  • Infertility and massive scarring
  • Others have no cure and result in:
  • Life long painful ulcers
  • life long, disfiguring warts
  • DEATH!
can an std cause cancer
Can an STD cause Cancer?
  • Yes, certain strains of Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) cause Cervical Cancer in women.
  • Once infected with HPV, lesions may occur for the REST OF YOUR LIFE!
what does someone with hiv aids look like
What does someone with HIV/AIDS look like?
  • They can look like anyone else…
hiv h uman i mmunodeficiency v irus
HIV(Human Immunodeficiency Virus)
  • HIV is the virus that causes AIDS
  • Half the people with HIV develop AIDS within 10 years after getting HIV.
  • There is no cure for HIV or AIDS.
what body fluids transmit hiv
Blood

Semen

including “pre-cum”

Vaginal fluid

Breast milk

Other body fluids containing blood

What body fluids transmit HIV?
how is hiv transmitted
How is HIV transmitted?
  • Sexual intercourse:
      • anal
      • vaginal
      • oral
  • Contaminated needles
      • sharing needles
      • tatoos/body piercing
  • Infected women to babies before or during birth, or through breastfeeding.
you cannot get hiv from
Casual contact:

shaking hands

hugging

casual kiss

toilet seats

drinking fountains

doorknobs

dishes

foods

pets

mosquitoes or other insects

You CANNOT get HIV from:
what if i get infected
What if I get infected?
  • Infection can take between 25 days to 6 months before it is detectable.
  • Early detection and treatment is important.
  • There is no cure, but treatment to help slow HIV down is available.
what should i know about hiv testing
What should I know about HIV testing?
  • It’s a blood test
  • Ideal time to take the test 1 - 3 months after possible infection
  • The test can’t tell you when you were infected
  • It can’t tell you if you’ll develop AIDS
  • Results take about 1-2 weeks
  • The test is free
remember the test is anonymous confidential
Remember…the test is Anonymous & Confidential

 Don’t need to give your name or social security number

 Testing is free and confidential.

  • Anyone over 14yrs old may have the test done without parental permission
  • Results are given verbally, and in person only (not over the phone).
where can i get tested for std s or hiv
Where can I get tested for STD’s or HIV?

 Diamond Head Health Clinic Ph. 733-9281

12pm-5pm walk-ins, no appointment necessary

 Waianae Coast Comprehensive Ph. 696-5561

86-260 Farrington Highway

Wednesdays. & Saturdays 8-11 am

 Waipahu Civic Center Ph. 259-7948

Tuesday & Thursdays

by appointment only

where can i find more information on sex std s hiv
Where can I find more information on SEX/STD’s/HIV?

Teenshealth.org is an excellent website with a variety of information:

http://www.teenshealth.org

Teenline (521-TEEN) provides recorded messages on many different topics ranging domestic abuse, pregnancy, drug abuse, and STD’s

what is abstinence
What is Abstinence?
  • Abstinence is the decision to not have ANY sexual intercourse
  • Abstinence is the only 100% effective method in preventing HIV, STD’s, and pregnancy
is oral sex safe sex
Is Oral Sex, “Safe Sex?”
  • No, oral sex is associated with many of the same diseases as vaginal or anal sex.
miscellaneous facts
Miscellaneous facts…
  • Tattoos and prior blood transfusions are risk factors for hepatitis and HIV/AIDS.
  • Anal sex increases the risk of getting STD’s due to increased trauma to the area.
what you should know if you are planning to have sex
Don’t worry, she was clean!

I had a blood transfusion

Yes, but only once…

Have you had sex before?

Alright, I guess

so…

I have a tattoo

What you should know if you are planning to have sex…

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Lisa Marie

Patricia

Nicholas

Minnie

Penelope

Tom

Matt

Claire

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The Sexual Network

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Damn!!!

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why use contraceptives
Why use Contraceptives?
  • Prevents unwanted pregnancy

BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY:

  • Protects us from STD’s and HIV IF USED PROPERLY
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So what were they thinking???

Did you know that high school students who had sex used condoms only 50-60% of the time???

REMEMBER… abstinence is the ONLY 100% method… but

if you do have sex, protect yourself NO MATTER WHAT!!!

types of contraceptives
Types of Contraceptives
  • Barrier protection
      • male and female condoms
      • diaphragm
      • contraceptive sponge
      • cervical cap
  • Non-barrier protection
      • birth control pills
      • spermicides
what works
What works?
  • Barrier-Protection
  • Something that physically prevents sperm from entering the cervix.
  • Male latex condoms are the best method for STD/HIV protection of all the different barrier contraceptives.
what doesn t work
What doesn’t work?
  • Non-Barrier Protection
  • Only protects you from getting pregnant

DOES NOT PROTECT AGAINST STD/HIV!!

remember
Remember:
  • ABSTINENCE IS THE ONLY METHOD OF CONTRACEPTION THAT IS A 100% EFFECTIVE IN KEEPING YOURSELF FREE OF STD’S !!!!!!!

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