Slide 1: By: Vincent Chuang & Zameer Zakiuddin Safe Sex Guide
4 teenagers Slide 2: Safe sex means making sure you don't get anyone else's blood, semen, vaginal fluids, or breast milk in your body - and protecting your partners too!
This is a sure way to prevent Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) What? Slide 3: Sexually transmitted diseases are infectious diseases that spread from person to person through intimate contact. STDs can affect guys and girls of all ages and backgrounds who are having sex What is an STD? Slide 4: Sexual activity at a young age: The younger a person starts having sex, the greater his or her chances of becoming infected with an STD.
Lots of sex partners: People who have sexual contact — not just intercourse, but any form of intimate activity — with many different partners are more at risk than those who stay with the same partner.
Unprotected sex: Latex condoms are the only form of birth control that reduce your risk of getting an STD. Are they common? Slide 5: Safer sex is anything we do during sex play to reduce our risk of getting an infection. Even though a lot of people say "safe sex" instead of "safer sex," there is no kind of skin-to-skin sex play with a partner that is totally risk-free. But being "safer" is something all of us can do. What is “Safer Sex”? Slide 6: Understand and be honest about every risk we take
Keep our blood, pre-cum, semen or vaginal fluids out of each others bodies
Always use latex or female condoms during intercourse
Do not have sex play when sore from an STD
Find ways to make safer sex as pleasurable as possible Ways to Practice Safe Sex Slide 7: Find a partner who has no sexually transmitted infections
This would not be the safest kind of safer sex, because they may not be aware of their infections and you do not know.
On average 1/3 people will say they don’t have an infection when they know they do, just to have sex!! Safer Sex Slide 8: No-risk safer sex play includes:
Low-risk safer sex play includes:
fondling — manual stimulation of one another
body-to-body rubbing — frottage, "grinding," or "dry humping"
oral sex (even safer with a condom or other barrier)
playing with sex toys — alone or with a partner
The highest risk kinds of sex play are:
anal intercourse Slide 9: Infections are passed in different ways. Here are the basics:
VAGINAL OR ANAL INTERCOURSE WITHOUT A CONDOM — HIGH RISK FOR PASSING
human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
human papilloma virus (HPV)
pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)
trichomoniasis Passing Along STDs Slide 10: ORAL SEX WITHOUT A CONDOM — HIGH RISK FOR PASSING
SKIN-TO-SKIN SEX PLAY WITHOUT SEXUAL INTERCOURSE — RISKY FOR PASSING
scabies Other Forms of Sex Slide 11: When it comes to HIV, oral sex is safer sex than vaginal or anal intercourse. But other infections, like herpes, syphilis, and hepatitis B, can be passed by oral sex. Condoms or other barriers can also be used to make oral sex even safer. Is Oral Sex Safer? Slide 12: Condoms are most effective for their ability of forming a barrier between the penis and anus, vagina or mouth.
It simply keeps one partner’s fluid from getting into or on the other.
The main 2 types are latex condoms and female condoms. CONDOMS! Slide 13: Love the Glove! Slide 14: There are no worries of sexual transmitted infections or accidents during safe sex
You can enjoy sex without any fears!
Safer sex can also enhance pleasures, and who doesn’t want more pleasure? Safer Sex Makes Sex Feel Better! Bibliograhy : Bibliograhy http://kidshealth.org/teen/sexual_health/stds/std.html\