BSN III-A's ANSWERS REGARDING THE TOPIC OF SEXUALITY

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Post  cams on Mon Feb 16, 2009 9:57 am

VeraMarieGasang wrote:TO JAN NICOLE
"Having an intercourse during a menstrual period is often seen by men and many couples view it as messy and sloppy and it leads to avoidance of intimate activities for hygienic reasons".

-- yes i agree.. It is dirty and unhygienic. Sexual intercourse is something intimate and full of love not messing up with each other. Smile hehehe I love you

Eww. It`s like kadiri kaya! Sex during menstrual period? What the. Baka they can`t wait.
hahaha. Smile)

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What for you is "sexual harassment"? Does it only pertain to physical actions or does it include verbal insinuations of one's sexuality as well?

Post  kath on Mon Feb 16, 2009 5:51 pm

What for you is "sexual harassment"? Does it only pertain to physical actions or does it include verbal insinuations of one's sexuality as well?

sexual harassment is a misbehavior showed by some person. actually, sometimes you wouldn't thought that it was already a harassment. Because maybe it has been a part of someone else's behavior. a simple touch of a guy to a girl with malice could be thought as a sexual harassment. And also not only physical actions but also verbal insinuations which is

according to http://www.answers.com/topic/sexual-harassment
Sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination that violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended. It is defined by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission as unwel-come sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature when submission to or rejection of this conduct (1) explicitly or implicitly affects an individual's employment, (2) unreasonably interferes with an individual's work performance, or(3) creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work environment. U.S. law recognizes two types of sexual harassment. The first is termed quid pro quo, Latin for "this for that," implying a trade involving sex (e.g., a supervisor offering a subordinate a promotion in exchange for sexual favors or denying a job benefit because of refusal of the supervisor's advances). The second type is "hostile environment" harassment, which is less blatant and harder to define. This occurs when an employee is placed in an uncomfortable or threatening environment due to unwelcome sexual behavior in the workplace. Examples of hostile environment situations include telling jokes or stories of a sexual nature; unwelcome touching, such as patting or hugging; displaying suggestive or sexually explicit photographs, posters, or calendars; or making suggestive facial expressions or gestures.

The more obvious is "quid pro quo" sexual harassment, which occurs when a beneficial condition of employment is premised upon an employee's submission to sexual advances. Frequently, that claim is also raised when an employee rejects a sexual advance, and claims a connection between that rejection and a subsequent adverse job action. That action might be a denial of a raise or promotion, a termination, or a "constructive discharge" where an employee claims that the retaliation made his or her job conditions intolerable.


Sometimes harassment was a form of flirtations, and if you're not that keen enough in observing or feeling what harassment is then may you're one of the victim.

no to sexual harassment afro

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"Do boys and girls differ in how important "being in love" is to their becoming sexual with each other? Is the saying true that "boys fall in love in order to get sex, while girls give sex in order to get love'?"

Post  keith_smart on Wed Feb 18, 2009 9:21 am

I didn’t like the air of sexism and bigotry in these statements. It seemed that girls are the underdogs because they had to be exploited first to be loved while guys can just feign love while they get all the primal fun. Being a feminist, I regard the modern women’s unwavering potency to a high degree. (I stress on the modern because women of the past don’t exude that much strength) I trust her resilience against all that may cause her disgrace. It’s not really in her character to beg for love though this may be portrayed in the media. Girls now are much too proud to go to the extremes of having sex in exchange of love. Plus, girls just don’t fall in love easily with men whom they mess around with. Women are not that shallow! They have standards! (duh?!) haha : p

To give justice to the guys, though I know that guys may be a little shallow when they choose girls as their other halves and their general aim is to get inside a girl’s pants, they aren’t too trivial to go to the extent of showering a girl false declarations just so he can get her to bed. A hard-on happens in seconds while love happens for who knows how long… Question
And I just want to add, I’d like to believe that IF a guy REALLY loves a girl, he’ll magnanimously respect a girl’s decision if she doesn’t want to have sex. cheers

Ergo, I’ll leave you guys a quote from one of my favorite writers, “Don’t let yourself die without knowing the beauty of effing with love” –Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Sex is fun when both parties love each other! Yeeeeeee. Embarassed

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Should contraceptives and birth control information be made available to minors through school clinics? If so, at what age should they be available?

Post  erikai on Wed Feb 18, 2009 12:33 pm

For me, there's really nothing wrong in making the minors be aware of the contraceptives & birth controls that are available in our market today. In fact, it would help them in a way that they could help prevent the growing numbers of teenage pregnancy. I know that this would also have a negative effect in such a way that they would have an idea on pre-marital sex, BUT, looking on the generation that we have today, a lot of young teenagers are aggressive when it comes to having sex.

Making the decision whether to have sex can be difficult for the teenagers. You should make up your own mind when the time is right for you. If you are not ready for sex, say so. If you think you are ready to have sex, or if you already have had sex, you should take steps to avoid pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Thousands of teenagers become pregnant each year because they do not use birth control or they do not use it correctly.

So see? Having knowledge on how to prevent pregnancy and STD's can help a lot for the young teenagers. I think that the school clinics should also explain clearly the reasons or the advantages and disadvantages of these contraceptives, so that the teenagers would not just be amaze or get excited by the thought that there will be no problem in having sex because a lot of contraceptives are available today.

In dealing on what age should these information be available, i think it will be best for the early period of a teenage such as 13 and so on.. Because by that time, i think they are ready enough to listen and to have proper education about this kind of topic. Smile

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What for you is "sexual harassment"? Does it only pertain to physical actions or does it include verbal insinuations of one's sexuality as well?

Post  jen.obiedo on Sun Mar 22, 2009 2:17 am

Sexual harrassment?For me, it is a bad behavior of a man or a woman that insults the dignity of the person through physical touching, posting pornographic pictures without the permission of a person or unwanted sex.. Smile
No, it does not only pertain to physical actions. It also include verbal insinuations of one's sexuality. Not only verbal insinuations of one's sexuality, it includes the display of clearly sexual material like pornographic photos.


According to these article: http://www.adcq.qld.gov.au/pubs/sexharr.html

Sexual harassment could be:

* unwelcome physical touching
* sexual or suggestive comments, jokes or taunts
* unwelcome requests for sex
* the display of clearly sexual material (such as photos, pin-ups or pictures) or reading matter (such as e-mails, faxes or letters)

Sexual harassment doesn't have to be repeated or ongoing to be against the law. Some actions or remarks are so offensive that they're clearly sexual harassment, even if they're not repeated. Other incidents, such as an unwanted invitation or compliment, are probably not harassment if they are ‘one-offs’.

The harassment doesn't have to be deliberate, it can also occur in cases where a reasonable person would have expected that the behaviour was going to be offensive.

Some sexual harassment, such as sexual assault, indecent exposure and stalking is also a criminal offence.

While more women than men lodge complaints about sexual harassment, the Act covers everyone, and says quite plainly and simply "A person must not sexually harass another person". -jen obiedo Smile

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In your opinion, is there a prescribed age for a person to start engaging in sexual activities, like sexual intercourse? What are your basis for the prescription in the age? What is your view on teenagers engaging in sexual activities?

Post  jen.obiedo on Sun Mar 22, 2009 2:48 am

i think there's no prescribed age for a person to start engaging in sexual activities, like sexual intercourse because it's a person's right.i/we cannot stop them from doing so. in our world, even 13 years old engage in sex..i/we don't know what's on their tricky mind.Smile
my view about those teenagers engaging in sexual activities, maybe because they do it for love to their partner or they just do it for FUN! most teenagers today are aggressive, soorry if i misjudged them but it's my point of view. some teenagers which we called "virgin", are force to do sexual activity because they are shy or their friend tease them. i think they must be proud, because they are free from HIV.hehe.Very Happy

----soorry late comment Smile
-JEN OBIEDO Smile

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How do you think children should be taught about sexual anatomy? When should this teaching begin?

Post  jen.obiedo on Sun Mar 22, 2009 6:40 am

I think sex education should be taught fully in schools. Starting in 6th grade at the latest. If teaching about sex occurs, I think some teenagers wouldn't be engage anymore with sex because they know what consequences may happen. Teenagers can fully understand the concept of sex, if they have knowledge about it.

But teenagers, nowadays, are usually well acquainted with the concepts, mechanics, and consequences of sex. They understand why they have sexual urges, know how to have sex, and are aware sexual activity can result in pregnancy or sexually transmitted disease. They also know how to protect themselves against these consequences. Teenagers also know that attitudes toward sex differ according to religious or spiritual beliefs, cultural practices, and personal opinion. So why teach about sex??? Smile


according to http://in.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080831222834AAUgfmX:

The best way is to talk to children directly about sex when they start learning the reproduction process in the Biology lessons in their school or when they knowingly / unknowingly express their slightest knowledge of sexual activity.

This should be followed up time to time by a very friendly and direct approach by parents discussing the practical side of the consequences, the attached responsibility, what to expect from sex and how to protect themselves from STD's and AIDS. Parents should not wait till children ask questions related to safety and health, as by the time the question is asked a damage may possibly have been done without anybody's knowledge. In fact this should be considered the first priority on awareness.

The discussions should include the pleasure side of sex and how to enjoy responsibly keeping in mind the attached sentiments of partners which can have disastrous long term psychological consequences if not understood properly.

Many children are exposed to myths and perversions attached to sexual activity from various circles. Care should be taken to dispose of these beliefs.

Most importantly children should be made very much aware of how they should protect themselves from pedophiles and other sexual predators.

The parents should be up to date about sex from the teenagers perspective in current times, so that the level of confidence of the children on the preachings is not damaged by an outdated knowledge of sex.

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Should contraceptives and birth control information be made available to minors through school clinics? If so, at what age should they be available?

Post  jen.obiedo on Sun Mar 22, 2009 6:56 am

i think NO, it shouldn't be available to minors because they'll be curious about it especially those who are in elementary level. If curiosity occurs, i think they'll be engage in sex. If that happens, it's a big problem for their parents. Of course, parents must know about it. If it would be implemented, parents should be ask about their opinion about the availability of contraceptives in the school clinics.Smile

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Does listening to popular music and watching music videos with explicit sexual lyrics and actions increase the likelihood that teenagers will become sexually active? Why or why not?

Post  jen.obiedo on Sun Mar 22, 2009 7:11 am

no, it does not affect the sexual activity of a person because if the music engage with the environment, do you think it will affect the sexual activity of a person? i think it's really not!Very Happy but it depends also to the person's mind, if he put a malice on it. Smile as everyone says, "IT'S ALWAYS IN THE MIND"..

i think the person will be sexually active if the peers motivate him/her to do so. it always depend to that person if he/she wants to Smile


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20. What is your opinion on the escalating openness of the 21st century in discussing sexuality through media and movies where sex has become commonplace and frontal nudity is hardly even shocking anymore?

Post  patriciaoliva on Sun Mar 22, 2009 8:08 am

20. What is your opinion on the escalating openness of the 21st century in discussing sexuality through media and movies where sex has become commonplace and frontal nudity is hardly even shocking anymore

The aforementioned openness to sexuality is actually promoted by media themselves through their corporate clients advertising their products. The notion "sex sells" plays a part in the advertising world. Sex, or a form of sex, produces results by getting a lot of attention from its target customers. And I personally think it is a very very effective way in getting the attention that it wants.

The Philippines was and is still a generally conservative country. Being conservative people, we are very reserved and dormant. Yet the constant bombardment of stimuli for our curiosity to feed our basic instincts can and has overcome our general conservativeness. This has led to our slight numbness in the many sexually-oriented scenes we see on various media.

The statement "hardly even shocking anymore" implies that frontal nudity is very much shocking for the general audience before. It goes to show the kind of amount of bombardment the media has been giving to its audience.

Though I think that statement "hardly even shocking anymore" is leading into saying that the entire numbness of society to nudity on media is wrong.

Though I believe this numbness is not necessarily bad or detrimental to the evolution of society. In fact, it has increased everyone's awareness of the kind of world we live in today. With increased awareness, we can do things to deal with problems that may arise from the aforementioned openness.

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Should children be encouraged to use the correct terms about sexual anatomy or are slang words good enough? If slang words are used, are some more appropriate than others?

Post  louiseelainedimalanta on Sun Mar 22, 2009 8:56 am

Children should be encouraged to use the correct terms about sexual anatomy so as not to distort their young minds.

Children nowadays are free thinking and they are open for these things. They should be educated about the right terms regarding sexual anatomy so that when they grow up, they will be open-minded. They will not think vagina and penis as funny, green and taboo… In fact, those mentioned earlier are not different from any other body parts… they are the same with the eyes, breast and buttocks.

We should discourage using slang words when we are talking about the sexual anatomy. They are not good enough. The appropriate words should be used. However, I believe that we should talk about this at the right place at the right time. Children should also be prepared when the time comes that we need to educate them so that they will understand it very well. Remember that children used to accept everything that adults say, they believe in it, therefore, we should instill in their minds what really sexuality is, and how important it is to learn sexual anatomy as part of sex education, in molding their minds and correcting notions on SEX which is considered as taboo in our society.

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