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Sexuality education and contraceptive use
The Regulation and monitor of sexual conduct throughout history were put into
consideration and introduction of sex education was among the first action to curb the rising
cases of HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted infection. Components such as Virginity, birth
control & teenage pregnancy, underage sex, drug abuse among other social behaviors were
subject of concern. Whether to offer sex education to schools was subject to debate, but the
increasing cases of HIV infections among the adolescents raised the alarm necessitating the need
to inform the society on various preventive methods. Introducing Sex education was as a way to
create awareness of the dangers and ways of contracting the deadly disease not just to the
adolescents but to the whole society. It was embraced in schools, public forums and small
community groups (Debra, 9).
The introduction of the birth control pills (contraceptives) has had an impact on diverse
aspects of social behavior both persona and with impact to societies. Pills affect fertility and
women health, religious prejudices, sexuality relations, relationships, laws, and policies.
Constructive impact includes controlled HIV and STDs transmission, prevented unwanted
pregnancies, knowledge of sexual orientation, gender identity and enhanced sexual interactions.
Contraceptives have had an insightful impact on human behavior. The results and social side
effects of pills contribute to rising incidences of psychological alterations to the user such as

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mood change, depression, and changes in libido which may lead to decreased sexual interest.
The use of contraceptives has been associated with reduced marriage rate/increased divorce and
growing prevalence of premarital sex and cohabitation among young adults. It has also affected
religious beliefs sand prejudices (Debra, 12).

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Name: Course: Professor: Date: Sexuality education and contraceptive use The Regulation and monitor of sexual conduct throughout history were put into consideration and introduction of sex education was among the first action to curb the rising cases of HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted infection. Components such as Virginity, birth control & teenage pregnancy, underage sex, drug abuse among other social behaviors were subject of concern. Whether to offer sex education to schools was subject to debate, but the increasing cases of HIV infections among the adolescents raised the alarm necessitating the need to inform the society on various preventive methods. Introducing Sex education was as a way to create awareness of the dangers and ways of contracting the deadly disease not just to the adolescents but to the whole society. It was embraced in schools, public forums and small community ...
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