Presentation on theme: "Human Sexuality Quiz Notes What Is Sexuality? What Is Love? The language we use to discuss sexual matters is not always clear. It is important when."— Presentation transcript:
Human Sexuality Quiz Notes
What Is Sexuality? What Is Love? The language we use to discuss sexual matters is not always clear. It is important when discussing a subject to know what is meant by different terms.
Write the best definition you can think of for you can think of for sexuality. sexuality. Sexuality is …... Sexuality is …...
Write the best definition you can think of you can think of for love. for love. Love is ……. Love is …….
1. Describe the difference between emotional intimacy and sexual intimacy.
Emotional Intimacy – Sharing thoughts and feelings, caring for and respecting others, and learning to trust one another. Sexual Intimacy – Sharing sexual feelings and sexual contact.
2. List the 2 functions of the testes and ovaries.
The Major Female Reproductive Organ is? The Ovaries Function: To produce( Ova ) - Eggs. This happens once every 28 days during Ovulation. To Produce the female Sex hormones called Estrogen & Progesterone.
Female Reproduction System
Texas Longhorn Emblem
Dodge Ram Truck Emblem
Function of the Testes 1. Produce Sperm –(700,000,000/ejaculation) Produce Male Sex Hormone –Testosterone
3. List the male and female sex hormones and explain their primary functions. Male: Testosterone Main Function: production of sperm
3. List the male and female sex hormones and explain their primary functions. Female hormones Estrogen Produce Eggs Progesterone Maintain pregnancy
4. List 3 facts about how the sperm fertilizes the egg.
1.Sperm usually fertilizes the egg in the fallopian tubes. 2.Only one sperm is able to fertilize the egg (a chemical change prevents other sperm from entering the egg) 3.The sperm and egg combine to form one cell called a zygote
5. List the 4 male reproductive parts the sperm passes through on the way out of the body and the 5 female reproductive parts the egg passes through. (IN ORDER)
6. MALES: List 5 parts of the testicular self- examination (TSE) FEMALES: List 5 parts of the breast self- examination (BSE)
MALES: 1. Perform the self-exam during or after a warm bath or shower, when the skin of the scrotum is relaxed. 2. Stand in front of a mirror, and hold the penis out of the way.
3. Examine each testicle separately. Hold each testicle between the thumbs and fingers with both hands, and roll each testicle gently between fingers.
4. Look and feel for any lumps or any change in the size, shape, or consistency of the testicle. 5. Contact your doctor if you detect any troublesome signs.
FEMALES: 1. Perform the BSE during or after a warm bath or shower, and at least 1 week after a menstrual period. 2. Stand in front of the mirror. Place one hand over your head and use the other hand to examine each breast separately.
3. Use your thumb and index finger to gently squeeze each nipple and look for any unusual discharge. 4. Check each breast for swelling, dimpling or scaliness.
5. Use three or four fingers to feel each breast for unusual lumps or thickening under the skin. Check under the armpits and between the armpits and breasts, too. 6. Contact your doctor if you find any troublesome signs.
7. MALES: MALES: Describe 1 fact about each of the following: male reproductive disorders: undescended testes, inguinal hernia and testicular cancer.
Undescended Testes: 1. Failure of one or both testes to move from the abdomen to the scrotum during fetal development. 2. Symptoms: One or no testes in the scrotum 3. Treatment consists of surgery or hormone therapy
Inguinal Hernia: 1. Bulging portion of intestines or other structures through weakness in abdominal wall 2. Symptoms: Abnormal bulge in the abdomen, groin, or scrotum; can cause a sense of heaviness, fullness or pain 3. Treatment consists of surgery
Testicular Cancer: 1. Abnormal division of cells in the testes; May be hereditary 2. Symptoms: Lump on testes, enlargement of testes, sense of heaviness in the scrotum, or no symptoms 3. Treatment consists of surgery, radiation, and/or chemotherapy
7. FEMALES: Describe 1 fact about each of the following female reproductive disorders-premenstrual syndrome, TSS (toxic shock syndrome) and endometrioses
Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS): 1. Mental and physical changes related to menstrual cycle, but not completely understood 2. Symptoms: Irritability, mood swings, depression, abdominal bloating, and breast tenderness, 3. Treatment determined by doctor
Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS): 1. Poisoning of the body from bacterial toxins; often related to tampon use 2. Symptoms: Fever, chills, weakness, and rash on palms of hands 3. Treatment consists of antibiotics and immediate medical treatment
Endometrioses: is a non-cancerous condition in which tissue similar to the endometrium (uterine lining) grow outside your uterus and adhere to other pelvic structures, most commonly the ovaries, bowel, fallopian tubes or bladder. It is a common cause of pelvic pain and infertility. 35 to 50 percent of women with endometriosis have difficulty getting pregnant. Even mild endometriosis can result in infertility.
8. Give 1 fact for each of the following complications of pregnancy and birth. Miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, toxemia and gestational diabetes.
Ectopic Pregnancy: Implantation of fertilized egg in fallopian tube Miscarriage: Death of the fetus from natural complications before week 20
Toxemia: -Pregnancy Induced Hypertension (High Blood Pressure) -Unknown cause -Common in pregnant teens -May be related to the placenta or hormones -Dangers: Liver or kidney failure, seizures, stroke or death
Gestational diabetes Gestational diabetes affects the mother in late pregnancy, after the baby's body has been formed, but while the baby is busy growing This causes the baby's pancreas to make extra insulin to get rid of the blood glucose. Since the baby is getting more energy than it needs to grow and develop, the extra energy is stored as fat.
9. List 2 facts for each of the following sexually transmitted infections. Gonorrhea/Chlamydia, genital herpes and syphilis.
Gonorrhea/ Chlamydia FEMALE: -Pain during urination -Vaginal discharge or bleeding -Pain in the abdomen or pelvic area MALE: -Pain during urination -Discharge from the penis TREATMENT: Anti-biotics
Genital Herpes FEMALE & MALE: Herpes Simplex Virus – 1 - cold sores and blisters usually occur around mouth Herpes Simplex Virus – 2 - mild or no symptoms - red bumps, blisters and recurrent sores usually on or around genitals - fever with first infection - swollen lymph nodes TREATMENT: NO Cure
10. List 3 facts about genital warts. (Human Papilloma Virus)
Genital Warts – HPV -Caused by group of viruses -Causes genital warts in both MALES and FEMALES -May cause cervical cancer in females
-HPV is responsible for more new STD cases than any other STD in the United States -Symptoms include genital or anal warts and abnormal PAP smears in females
-Treatment: THERE IS NO CURE – warts can be removed but will often return -If untreated – Females have higher risk of developing cervical cancer and males have higher risk of developing genital cancers
11. Name and explain the 3 phases of HIV infection.
PHASE I = Asymptomatic Stage -The HIV virus is present but there are few or no symptoms -Phase I can last from the initial infection for as long as 10 years or more -Helper T Cells decrease in the body
PHASE II -Symptoms begin and or worsen -Immune system begins to fail -Lymph nodes become swollen -Fatigue, weight loss, fever or diarrhea develop or worsen -Forgetfulness or abnormal thinking patterns
PHASE III = AIDS -Helper T Cell count of 200 or less -Development of AIDS-defining conditions such as opportunistic infections (pneumonia) -Gradually become chronically ill -Weight loss, malnutrition, little movement -MANY people with AIDS die from opportunistic infections
12. List 5 advantages to delaying sexual intimacy.
Your own examples here. Cannot be examples like: want to finish high school, go to college, get a good job…these things can be accomplished by being sexually intimate.
13. List 3 approaches to the prevention of sexual violence Promotion: 1.Increasing protective factors (e.g. Healthy Life Skills) 2.Encouraging healthy development 3.Creating healthy school climates 4.Increase care and compassion in the school environment 5.Increase connectedness with a trusted adult and caring peers 6.Building healthy relationships
List 3 approaches to the prevention of sexual violence Protection: 1.Improve measures to improve safety 2.Improve crisis response plans 3.Training for effective interventions for students, staff, and community 4.Improve hardware (technology) and “heartware”
List 3 approaches to the prevention of sexual violence Prevention: 1.Provide education & skill development to prevent harmful behaviors 2.Interventions to support those who have already been hurt 3.Provide restoration from harm done
14. Why might it be hard for a victim of sexual violence to want to report the incident? “For those victimized by sexual violence, the emotional harm can be profound, striking at the core of one’s self and identity. Because sexual violence raises so many uneasy feelings, it is easily ignored when other problem behaviors are discussed.” (Prevention and Intervention of Sexual Violence in Schools: Talking About “It”; MN Dep of Education
Gender Roles What does this mean? –Post it time!!!! –http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l51rxnKJRfk http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l51rxnKJRfk (abcnews)