Tina and Dan have a few options to consider for contraception before while waiting on having a baby. The first contraception method I would advise them to consider would be an oral contraceptive, commonly known as the pill. The pill may be the best options for this couple because I do not think Tina or Dan have to worry about sexually transmitted diseases. They are in a committed marriage and I am assuming they are faithful. If the pill is taken correctly the pill has a 100% success rate. If Tina and Dan have a timeline of when they want to start trying for children, the pill will be out of her system within 3 months of non-usage. Negative side effects of the pill include headaches, dizziness and nausea. These side effects are temporary. The condom may be effective as well, but since they are a married couple I do not think they want something that may interrupt the love making experience. I do not think Dan would have an objection to Tina taking an oral contraceptive. Linda chooses to be single and only engage in sexual intercourse with long term committed partners; Linda should always carry condoms or make sure her sexual partner is equipped with condoms before sexual intercourse takes place. This is tough because I do not know Linda’s definition of long term committed partners. Linda has to be wary of sexually transmitted diseases. Linda should also be on the pill since a condom can break. A condom is the only form of contraception besides abstinence that can prevent…
brain reacts as if the person doing the viewing has actually been abused. If children are allowed to watch things with violence in them they will tend to grow up and think its ok to be a violent individual (Gross). Children tend to watch things with sexual content in them. No child should be able to watch family guy or American Dad. A child being exposed to sex at an early age gives them the thoughts that run through their head like, “hmmmm, I wonder if I can do that.” That’s how a lot of teen pregnancies…
foundations of marriage, and societies view on the quality of life. These issues are extremely evident through today’s popularity of promiscuous activity. People of all ages can see that various modern forms of media are promoting an increase of sexual behavior to viewers. Sex and relationships are no longer valued or perceived as women are exploited more extremely today than anytime ever before and they are at fault for allowing the “domino effect” of events that follow.
Society tells us to…
What influences college students and hooking-up?
Ed. 0819 Tweens and Teens
Hooking-up can mean just kissing someone with tongue but it can also mean giving or receiving
oral sex or having sexual intercourse without being in a relationship with the other person. People who
hook-up with their friends call it friends with benefits. This broad definition of hooking-up leaves people
to come to their own conclusion when someone tells them that they…
Free contraception may prevent abortions
In this article, Elizabeth Landau introduces a new form of contraception, an "intrauterine device” or IUD. An IUD is a T-shaped device made of plastic that is inserted into the uterus to prevent pregnancy. She believes this longer-lasting alternative to condoms and birth control pills to be more effective in helping to reduce the number of unplanned pregnancies in women as well as the number of abortions (esp. at no cost.) She uses an example of a study…
involves abnormal interest in sexual activities with children of any age; some victims are adults as well. Pedophilia could be a fantasy or a sexual act where prepubescent children are preferred and forced to perform oral sex, or have sexual encounter with their attacker. Victims of pedophiles are commonly of the same sex as the attacker, but victims vary from young to old, boy or girl.
There are many symptoms of pedophilia. Most of them suffer depression, frequent sexual urges, mood disorder and…
Why I believe contraception is right
There are good things and bad thing about contraception that most people do not know, and why should I believe that contraception is morally wrong by what churches and society says? I believe contraception is right and should not be misunderstood by society. Carey says “The generation both obsessed with sex and overly impressed by technology has finally invented computerized contraception.” What she means about computerized contraception is known as a nonphysical…
discovers that she has been given a new lease on life immediately after she’s been told of her husband’s untimely death. The reason for this comes as no surprise. “Story of an Hour” represents all women, finding their own voice, in a time of emotional and sexual repression, and is still relevant to the strong, independent women of today.
One thing to take into consideration was the state of marriage at the time that “Story of an Hour” took place. Nineteenth century marriages were marriages made of convenience…
PRESENTED BY KESHINI RABINTHRAN
• The deliberate prevention of conception
or impregnation by any kind of various
drugs, techniques or birth control
• The word originated because ‘contra’ in
latin means against, and the word
‘conception’ means conceiving a child.
Hence contraception means against
conceiving, meaning prevention of
‘ W H O ’ S H O U L D B E TA K I N G R E S P O N S I B I L I T Y F O R
• Teenagers who are sexually active…
Abstinence means choosing not to have intercourse. There are all kinds of ways to accomplish this-- you may abstain from all sexual contact, or you may kiss and pet and even have oral sex. The important point is that there is no penis-to-vagina contact. None. The man secretes sperm-laden fluid long before he ejaculates, which can result in pregnancy as well as transmission of STD's. Don't push your luck on this point.
If abstinence is your only form of protection, it must be practiced…