Tuesday, 27 June 2017

EFFECTS OF UNPROTECTED SEX ON YOU



To make logical choices regarding sex is extremely important. If the choices made aren't logical, having unprotected sexual intercourse could result in unwanted pregnancy, STD’s such as herpes, pubic lice, HIV, and hurt feelings. One of the major risks of having unprotected sex is pregnancy. Pregnancy for teens, for instance, is their biggest fear of having sex as they rarely use contraceptives.




Long with the risk of pregnancy, there is always the fear of contracting a sexually transmitted disease/infection. Not all STD's or STI's are fatal, some cause mild genital irritation like pubic lice (crabs), but some can't be cured, for example herpes, and they will affect your life. The only way to prevent contracting is to be abstinent from sex, this means that you don't partake in any sexual intercourse.



As well as having to worry about pregnancy and STD's from the result of unprotected sex, emotions are also heavily involved. The media has a view of sex being the primary reason for a relationship, and exploit it in that way. Teen's relationships are mostly based on emotions; how they feel about the person. A relationship is all about trust, and partners need to communicate on how they feel about sex. If they both choose to stay abstinent, it will be more special for them if they continue to get married.






To make logical choices regarding sex is extremely important. If the choices made aren't logical, the results could be disastrous. It is important that you wait until you are mature enough to make correct and informed decisions about your sexual relationships.
Your "ABC” to a healthy sexual life.(Abstinence, Being Faithful, Using Condoms)

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