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Let’s be anonymously honest… My sexual preference is: A. Heterosexual B. Homosexual C. Bisexual D. Transgender

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Healthy Sexuality Baseball? Pizza? Sex? Lets be anonymously honest My sexual preference is: A. Heterosexual B. Homosexual C. Bisexual D. Transgender In my lifetime, I have had sexual intercourse with: A. No one B. Only one person C. 2-5 people D people E. 10+ The most common type of protection that I use during intercourse is: A. Male Condom B. Female Condom C. Other D. None E. I am not sexually active Why no protection? A. Caught up in the moment B. Dont like the feel C. Dont have them D. Awkward E. Intoxicated If I use a lubricant, I use: A. K-Y Jelly B. Baby Oil C. Vaseline D. Nothing E. I am not sexually active I have participated in oral sex at some point in my life: A. Yes B. No C. I have never been sexually active The most common type of protection that I use during oral sex is: A. Condom B. Dental Dam C. Other D. None E. I am not sexually active When I have been sexually engaged alcohol or marijuana or some other drug was part of the scene. A. Yes B. No C. Never been sexually active I have sought the following in regard to sexually transmitted diseases: A. I have been tested and treated B. I have been sexually active but not tested C. I am not sexually active Health Services STD/STI Testing: HIV blood draw free Syphilis blood draw free Gonorrhea/Chlamydia urine test - $20 Herpes blood draw - $12 Morning After Pill - $25 Pregnancy Test - $5 Is SEX a GAME? Guess What? 1 in 2 sexually active young people will get an STD by the age of 25. Most wont know it! T R TRICHOMONIASIS Quick Facts: Parasite that spreads during sexual contact affecting both genders Symptoms may show up days after contact 70% of those infected are asymptomatic Male symptoms: mild white discharge or pain/burning with urination Female symptoms: yellow- green discharge with strong odor, vaginal itching, or pain during sex or urination Treatable with prescription drugs C- L- A M- Y - CHLAMYDIA Quick Facts Bacterial STD that affects both genders Most common STD at UWG & most reported in the U.S. Female symptoms: abnormal vaginal discharge, burning sensation while urinating; can scar female organs Male symptoms: Discharge in penis, burning sensation while urinating, and pain and swelling in one or both testicles Treatable with antibiotics 75% of females and 50% of males are asymptomatic G- O- N GONORRHEA Quick Facts Bacterial STD that affects both genders The CDC estimates that 820, 000 people in the U.S contract this infection One of the most commonly reported STDs at UWG Often asymptomatic at first but both males and females usually will develop a discharge of pus, severe pain, and burning while urinating and may be confused with urinary tract infection Untreated Gonorrhea and Chlamydia can lead to infertility causing Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (scarring of tissue) H- P- V W-R HPV (Human Papilloma Virvus) Quick Facts Most common sexually transmitted infection at UWG and in the nation No cure; over 4,900 women die each year from HPV associated cancer HPV causes 70% of cervical cancers worldwide Many are asymptomatic, but some will develop genital warts Vaccines are available at UWG Health Services More than 50% of sexually active people will get HPV at some point during their lives H- E- P HERPES Quick Facts STD caused by two viruses Type 1- oral Type 2- Genital; can be transferred via oral sex 1 out 6 people have genital herpes Untreated herpes can cause genital sores There is no cure for herpes, but there are medicines that will help with the outbreaks About 1 in 6 people are infected with herpes in the U. S. S SYPHILIS Quick Facts STD that can cause long-term complications or death if not treated It spreads by direct contact with a syphilis sore during anal, vaginal, or oral sex Treatable with antibiotics, but cannot undo any damage that the infection has already done Occurs in 3 stages: 1. Painless sores 2. Rash, fever, fatigue 3. Permanent damage to heart, brain or organs B HEPATITIS B Quick Facts Transmitted through blood or body fluids It can take 6 weeks to 6 months before symptoms begin to appear May be asymptomatic; but may have yellowing of the eyes & skin, nausea, vomiting & dark urine No cure Vaccine for prevention D HIV (Human immunodeficiency virus) Once you contract HIV, you have it for life. 1 in 5 people living with HIV in the U.S. doesnt know they are positive Signs and symptoms include: Fever Sore throat Rash Loss of weight No cure There are HIV medicines that help longevity. My Future Decisions: When it comes to my future sexual health decisions, my top priority will be to: A. Practice safe sex using condoms every time. B. Get tested and get treated when changing partners. C. Avoid mixing alcohol consumption with sex. D. All of the above. E. Continue to practice abstinence. The Truth STDs affect people of ALL races, ages, and sexual orientations! Be smart! Be strong! Be safe! Be tested! Be treated! ABSTINENCE is the only sure protection and can be reclaimed regardless of your past!