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HLTH471 CH4 - Chapter 4 Sexual Health Ground Rules Ask...

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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 4 Sexual Health Ground Rules ¡ Ask Questions ¡ Be respectful of others ¡ No sharing of personal information! ¡ Keep an open mind ¡ Participate! Time to Learn! Outline ¡ Wednesday, Feb 2 nd ± Social and Cultural Aspects of being Female p. 64-71 ± Anatomy p. 71-75 ¡ Friday, Feb 4 th ± Physiology and Development through the lifespan p.75-80 Discussion Question 1 ¡ How do the s e xual nor m s o f s o c i e t y restrict individuals? How do they benefit individuals? Discussion Question 1 ¡ How do the s e xual nor m s o f s o c i e t y restrict individuals? How do they benefit individuals? How do they benefit society? Sexual Norms of Society: Restrictive or Beneficial? ¡ /DZV EDVHG RQ ZKDW LV ³QRUPDO´ RU ³DFFHSWDEOH´ sexual behavior ± Sodomy ± Statutory rape ± Child pornography ± Prostitution ¡ Expectations about sex, marriage, premarital sex ¡ Expectations about gender roles (p. 72) Discussion Question 2 ¡ Should sexual education be taught in schools? Why? What kind of sexual education should be taught? Which topics should and should NOT be taught? Debate about Sex Ed ¡ Abstinence Only Until Marriage (AOUM) ± Promote abstinence ± Limit discussion of condoms and contraception ¡ Comprehensive Sexual Education ± Includes abstinence education ± Lower risk of pregnancy that AOUM programs or no education Topics for Sexual Education in Schools ¡ Anatomy ¡ STDs ¡ Gender roles, Gender identity ¡ Sexual expression ¡ Family planning (AOUM and contraceptive options) ¡ Dating and Relationships Sexuality Through the Life Span ¡ Childhood ± even as toddlers, children become aware of their genitals. They may have playful curiosity. ¡ Adolescence - Puberty ± Menarche ± Secondary sex characteristics ¡ Hair growth, breast budding, vaginal walls thicken, uterus enlarges, vaginal pH increases in acidity ¡ First intercourse average = 17.4 years Sexuality Through the Life Span Young to middle adulthood ¡ Increasing number of single sexually active adults ¡ Marriage at later age ¡ Increase in the number of women who never marry ¡ No financial need for marriage ¡ Increased interest in career ¡ Increased divorce rate ¡ Increase in cohabitating adults ¡ Extramarital relationships ¡ Consensual ¡ nonconsensual Informed Decision Making...
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