Ninth grader's curiosity about sex in a sex education class


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A public sex education teacher in Virginia posted some photos about ninth grader's (14-15 years old) questions regarding about sex, as expected, the questions came out interesting and some are hilarious.

We will try to answer their questions in a medical perspective.

Here are some of the pictures he posted:

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Q1:

How do you get plan B? and birth control without your parents knowledge?

A:

-Plan B or morning after pill (Levonorgestrel) is a non-prescripton drug available in the pharmacy. In Quebec, this pill is offered in many health clinics (CLSC).

-Most young people will be able to get a prescription for oral contraceptives (birth control pills) at age 16 from a doctor or health clinic. Doctors and health clinic staff members will also provide women under the age of 16 with contraceptives, if they are judged as ‘mature minors'.

Q2:

Does losing your virginity hurts or how does sex feel? When a guy finger you does it break the hymen? Like will blood come out?

A:

-Sex can be fun and feels good. The question is, are you ready to have sex? Because if you're not, you will have the tendency to get nervous (thinking about pregnancy or possible STD), if these happens you will not be aroused and definitely you will not enjoy it. There should be a mutual understanding between you and your partner, and make sure to take your time.

-The hymen is a very thin, fragile membrane that covers the opening of the vagina. It can be broken through hard falls, sports (horseback riding, bicycling, gymnastics etc...), tampon usage and sexual acts. It really depends, some are born with it and some are not, but in cases that pain is experienced it should be tolerable and bleeding will be not that much.

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Q1:

Does masturbating too much bad for you?

A:

-What's too much for you, how often do you masturbate? Is it once a week, everyday, a couple of times a day? All of these frequences are totally in the normal ranges. However, if you feel that your masturbations gets in way of your work, your school or your relationship then you may want to talk to a sex therapist. Yes, some beat off to the point of injury. That injury could be something as mild as skin chaffing, or a more serious condition like Peyronie’s disease in men (Basically your choking your chicken to much).

Q2:

Does masturbation can cause diseases? What's the point of masturbation? Does it help you in any sort of way?

A:

-There’s nothing unhealthy or problematic with masturbating. Actually, masturbating is healthy. Masturbation can be good for mental and physical health. People who feel good about their body and masturbation are more likely to protect themselves from sexually transmitted diseases and unintended pregnancy.

-Masturbation is a common and safe way to get sexual pleasure that can enhance our physical, mental, and sexual health and the health of our sexual relationships. Masturbation may:

1. Create a sense of well-being. 2. Enhance sex with partners, physically and emotionally. 3. Help people learn how they like to be touched and stimulated sexually. 4. Increase the ability to have orgasms. 5. Improve relationship and sexual satisfaction. 6. Improve sleep. 7. Increase self-esteem and improve body image. 8. Provide sexual pleasure for people without partners, including the elderly. 9. Provide sexual pleasure for people who choose to abstain from sexual activities with another person. 10. Provide treatment for sexual dysfunction. 11. Reduce stress. 12. Release sexual tension. 13. Relieve menstrual cramps and muscle tension. 14. Strengthen muscle tone in the pelvic and anal areas, reducing women’s chances of involuntary urine leakage and uterine prolapse.

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Q1:

What happens during an erection?

A:

The arteries dilate causing the penis to fill with blood; simultaneously the muscles of the penis compress the veins restricting the circulation of this blood.

Q2:

Is it possible to get an erection from watching a TV show or movie?

A:

Yes. Specially if the show or movie has a sex scene. Erection is triggered by the parasympathetic division of the autonomic nervous system (ANS), causing nitric oxide (a vasodilator) levels to rise in the trabecular arteries and smooth muscle of the penis. Penile erection is the result of a complex interaction of psychological, neural, vascular and endocrine factors, and is often associated with sexual arousal or sexual attraction.

Q3:

Why does your dick stop getting hard when you skeet?

A:

Erection subsides when parasympathetic activity reduces to baseline.

Q4:

What is an alaskan pipeline?

A:

A sexual act of passion where a partner takes a dump (usually in a condom) prior to the scheduled love making and freezes it for about a day. The frozen stool is then used as a dildo whenever you or your partner feel the need to spice things up.

Q5:

What would happen if your penis is unerect and stuffed into the vagina would it ejaculate?

A:

No and probably would not be able to penetrate inside.

Q6:

Why do guys almost always has morning wood?

A:

This is also known as norturnal penile tumescence. An spontaneous erection of the penis

during sleep or when waking up. All men without physiological erectile dysfunction experience nocturnal penile tumescence, usually three to five times during the night, typically during REM

sleep. NPTs are believed to contribute to penile health.

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Q1:

Do you stop your period if you get a tubal ligation?

A:

No. The procedure does not affect the menstrual cycle. This is a surgical procedure for sterilization in which a woman's fallopian tubes are clamped and blocked of which

prevents eggs from reaching the uterus for implantation. When you menstruate, your body sheds the lining of the uterus (womb).

Q2:

How often do condom break? Would a plactic bag work as a condom? Can you lose a condom into a vagina? When picking a condom do I go for pleasure or safety?

-Condoms are usually made of latex or polyurethane. However, with both types the likelihood of breakages is very small if used correctly.

-Plastic bags are not safe to use as a condom, it is loose, not flexible and a chance for breakage is high.

-Losing a condom into a vagina is rare unless it is not used correctly or not fit properly.

-All condoms are used for protection that can help stop the transmission of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) such as HIV, and prevent pregnancy. If you're asking for pleasure there are plenty of varieties some are dotted, thin, extra thin and some has flavors.

Q3:

How do you use a condom?

A:

You need to use a new condom every time you have sexual intercourse; from the moment the penis first comes into contact with the vagina or anus, until there is no contact. Never use the same condom twice.

Only put on a condom once there is a partial or full erection.

  • Open the condom packet at one corner being careful not to tear the condom with your fingernails, your teeth, or through being too rough. Make sure the packet and condom appear to be in good condition, and check that the expiry date has not passed.

  • Place the rolled condom over the tip of the hard penis, whilst pinching the tip of the condom enough to leave a half inch space for semen to collect. Never unroll the condom before putting it onto the penis. If the penis is not circumcised, pull back the foreskin before rolling on the condom.

  • Roll the condom all the way down to the base of the penis, and smooth out any air bubbles. (Air bubbles can cause a condom to break.)

Image credit: http://www.avert.org/condom-use-types-sizes.htm

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Q1:

How does anal sex work?

A:

Anal sex or anal intercourse is generally the insertion and thrusting of the erect penis into a person's anus, or anus and rectum, for sexual pleasure.

Q2:

Is anal sex bad for your inside?

A:

Yes. There are number of several health risk.

1. The anus lacks the natural lubrication the vagina has. Penetration can tear the tissue inside the anus allowing bacteria and viruses to enter the bloodstream.

2. The anus was designed to hold in feces. The anus is surrounded with a ring-like muscle, called the anal sphincter, which tightens after we defecate. When the muscle is tight, anal penetration can be painful and difficult. Repetitive anal sex may lead to weakening of the anal sphincter, making it difficult to hold in feces until you can get to the toilet.

3. The anus is full of bacteria. Practicing vaginal sex after anal sex can also lead to vaginal and urinary tract infections.

Q3:

What position give the most pleasing result?

A:

Try G-Whiz. When you lie on your back with your legs raised, it tightens your vaginal muscles and gives your partner easy access to the G-spot—so it's way easier to achieve an orgasm.

Wondering about how their teacher handles these questions? Here are some of his response:

How do you increase penis size?

"No. Medically, all those penis size treatments are complete bullshit. They're trying to take your money for nothing."

Does having sex hurt?

"If you do it right, it feels wonderful. If you do it wrong, it can be incredibly painful. (Mostly for girls, but I'm a guy, and I've had painful sex occasionally!)"

Where do men ejaculate when/after they masturbate?

"Too many places. Facial tissue (kleenex) or bathroom tissue seems to be very popular."

What would happen if your penis was un-erect and stuffed into a chick's vagina?

"Without an erection, it's much more difficult for anyone to have an orgasm from penis-in-vagina sex. (I won't say you ladies can't have an orgasm without PIV. That's a beautiful thing, too.)"

Sources:

http://www.fhm.com.ph

http://www.webmd.com

http://www.womenshealthmag.com

http://www.avert.org

http://www.menshealth.com

https://en.wikipedia.org

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