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EROGENOUS ZONE

“hot spots”
parts of the body that is highly sensitive and the stimul­ation of which leads to sexual responses such as relaxa­tion, fantasies, arousal and orgasm.

EROG­ENOUS ZONE
MALE BODY
MOUTH AND LIPS
NECK
EARS
NIPPLES
SCROTUM
PERINEUM (between anus and scrotum)
PENIS

FEMALE BODY
MOUTH AND LIPS
NECK
EARS
NIPPLES
BREAST
CERVIX­(lower end of the uterus)
VAGINA

MEANING OF SEX

SEX •refers to the biological differ­ences between males and females, such as the genitalia and genetic differ­ences.

SEX according to Medical Science - These pluses include preserving heart health in some people, reducing blood pressure, and boosting immunity .•Sex can also improve mood, relati­ons­hips, and mental well-b­eing.

SEX according to Catholic Church •It has two purposes: for loving each other and generating life.

Pope Francis says sex isn’t taboo but a gift from God
SEX according to POPE FRANCIS •In the document, called Amoris­Lae­titia, Francis frankly addressed sex as a practice married couples work at over a lifetime.
SEX EDUCATION according to POPE FRANCIS •He suggests they need help placing sex in abroader framework, unders­tanding themse­lves, commun­icating and preparing to give the gift of their body to another person. He calls for schooling young adults in a“ patient appren­tic­eship” that will prepare them for the intimacy of marriage.
 

HUMAN SEXUAL RESPON­SES

1.Ex­cit­eme­nt­-body gets ready for sexual activity. May increase in heart rate, breathing, erection of penis, tightening of scrotum, release of pre-ej­acu­lation fluid. Release of lubric­ating fluid for female.
2.PL­ATE­AU­–this is the intens­ified situation of excite­ment. All activity are very sensitive.
3.OR­GAS­M­–Climax of cycle. Further intens­ified of responses, powerful release of sexual tension. For males, release of semen occur, and muscle contra­ction of vagina is experi­enced by females.
4.RE­SOL­UTI­ON­–The body will return to its normal level of functi­oning.

THE THREE STAGES OF LOVE

STAGE 1 LUST testos­terone, estrogen - (libido or sex drive) desire for sexual gratif­ication .
STAGE 2 ATTR­ACT­ION dopamine, norepi­nep­hrine, serotonin - ATTRAC­TIO­N–(­pas­sio­nate, excessive love, infatu­ation) intense attention given to desired partner.
STAGE 3 ATTA­CHM­ENT (oxytocin, vasopr­essin) - “compa­nionate love” desire of couples to stay together. A feeling of security of comfort from his partner.
1.Adre­nal­ine­-this hormones will activate stress response such as sweating and drying of the mouth. 2.Dopa­min­e–rush of pleasure released. Increase in energy, less need for food and sleep, focused attention for partner. 3.Sero­ton­in–­“fa­lling in love” thinks of his desired partner most of the time “ baliw nabali­wsa­kan­yap­erodi ka namangusto ”

DIVE­RSITY OF SEXUAL BEHAVI­ORS

1. MASTUR­BAT­ION -sexual act of stimul­ating one’s own genitals done alone by an indivi­dual.
2.PR­EMA­RITAL SEX -refers to the sexual activities people engage in outside of marriage.
3.MA­RITAL SEX –sexual activities that happen within the bounds of marriage.
4.EXTRA MARITAL SEX –sexual activities that married people engaged in with people they are not married to.
5.HE­TER­OSE­XUA­LITY –sexual behaviour between persons of the opposite sex.
6.HO­MOS­EXU­ALITY –refers to sexual attraction and activities happened between two persons of the same sex.
7.BI­SEX­UALITY –engaged in sexual acts with someone or opposite or the same sex.
 

SEXUALLY TRANSM­ITTED DISEASES

Refers to health conditions that are passed on from a person to another through sexual contact. STD’S can be contracted through having unprot­ected sex with someone who has STD’S.
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1.HI­V/A­IDS –Human Immuno­def­iciency Virus/ Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. Transm­itted through unprot­ected sex, contam­inated needle exchange, blood transf­usions, and during pregnancy.
2. GONORR­HEA –a bacterial infection of the mucous membrane including the eye, throat, genitals and other organs. Usually men secrete yellow­ish­-white fluid from the penis and painful urination. For women, they may also experience painful urination accomp­anied by fever, abdominal pain and pelvic inflam­matory diseases.
3.SY­PHILIS -inf­ection caused by corksc­rew­-shaped bacterium called Treponema pallidum that is transm­itted through direct contact with a syphilitic sore on the skin. It cause sores on the vagina, anus, rectum, even on the lips and mouth. Transm­itted not only sexual activity but also by kissing infected person. Syphilis may lead to paralysis, crippling, blindness, heart diseases, brain damage, dementia and even death.
4.GE­NITAL HERPES –viral infection that causes blisters on the genitals. It also causes itching and burning sensation on the skin. There is no cure to herpes but there is medication to reduce severity and the frequency of outbreaks.
5.GE­NITAL WARTS –are warts that grows in the genital or anal area.
6.CH­ANC­HROID –is a bacterial infection that causes sores or ulcers on the genitals. It usually appear on the head of the penis for men and on the labia majora for women.
7.PUBIC LICE (crabs) –are very small parasites that infest the genital area which are primarily spread through sexual contact. The parasites are attached to the pubic hair and maybe transm­itted with contam­inated clothes, beddings and other items.
8.SC­ABIES –skin condition caused by infest­ation of tiny mites called Sarcop­tes­sca­biei. Symptoms of mites invasion are itching and rashes. They lay and hatch egg in human skin. It usually transm­itted through sexual contact and close body contact.
9.TR­ICH­OMO­NIA­SIS –infection caused by a parasites. Men and women infected may experience itching, genital irritation with discharge, and painful urination and ejacul­ation for men. Women will experience painful urination with unusual discharge that can be yellowish or greenish in colour.
10. MOLLUSCUM CONTAG­IOSUM –skin condition charac­terized by small lumps. Which are pearly white or slightly pink. These lumps, when squeezed, released a white cheesy fluid.
11. CHLAMYDIA –sig­nif­icant damage in reprod­uctive system. It can infect the penis, vagina, cervix, anus, urethra, eyes and throat. Females infected with these will suffer vaginal discharge with strong smell, pain during sexual interc­ourse and difficulty in urinating. Men will suffer difficulty in urinating and swelling in the testicles.
 

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