The Complete Guide to Queer Pride Flags. We understand our gender best: gender diverse young people and their experiences with general practitioners. Pediatric Residency Transgender Education Initiative - Academic Pediatrics. Primary Care Providers’ Attitudes Related to LGBTQ People: A Narrative Literature Review - Mollie E. Aleshire, Kristin Ashford, Amanda Fallin-Bennett, Jennifer Hatcher, 2018. The Boston Medical Center Experience: An Achievable Model for the Delivery of Transgender Medical Care at an Academic Medical Center. Comprehensive recommendations for improving the healthcare experience of transgender and gender-expansive individuals - D-Scholarship@Pitt. Borowicz, Charlie (2018) Comprehensive recommendations for improving the healthcare experience of transgender and gender-expansive individuals.
Master's Thesis, University of Pittsburgh. (Unpublished) Abstract This paper presents a comprehensive summary of the literature surrounding transgender primary and preventive healthcare and recommendations for professional medical staff and researchers. The public health significance of this issue is that there are an estimated 1.2 million transgender adults living in the United States at the time of this research. Share Details Metrics Monthly Views for the past 3 years.
Breaking Down Barriers to Transgender Health Care: Would a... : Obstetrics & Gynecology. Frequently Asked Questions about Transgender People. Transgender people come from every region of the United States and around the world, from every racial and ethnic background, and from every faith community. Transgender people are your classmates, your coworkers, your neighbors, and your friends.
With approximately 1.4 million transgender adults in the United States—and millions more around the world—chances are that you've met a transgender person, even if you don't know it. What does it mean to be transgender? Transgender people are people whose gender identity is different from the gender they were thought to be at birth. “Trans” is often used as shorthand for transgender. When we're born, a doctor usually says that we're male or female based on what our bodies look like.
A transgender woman lives as a woman today, but was thought to be male when she was born. (Note: NCTE uses both the adjectives “male” and “female” and the nouns “man” and “woman” to refer to a person’s gender identity.) Resources For Providers — Trans Youth Equality Foundation. LGBTQIA Safe Sex Guide. 0534618596 41936. Training Toolkit. SEXUAL PLEASURE: The forgotten link in sexual and reproductive health and rights (GAB, 2018) Talking about sex and sexuality can be difficult for both sexual and reproductive health (SRH) service providers and their clients.
Discussions are often limited to a problem and solution approach. Taboos around sexuality can make it difficult even for clients and providers to talk about sexual relationships, sexual wellbeing and pleasure in professional contexts. ?UTF 8?B?QmVhcmQgJiBXaWxzb24gLSBDaGFwdGVyIDIgLSBFeHBlcmllbnRhbCBMZWFybmluZy5wZGY ? ?UTF 8?B?U2Nocm9lZGVyIGFuZCBLdXJpYW5za3lfY2guOF9LZXBuZXJfYml0dGVyIGJhdHRsZXMucGRm? ?UTF 8?B?U2Nocm9lZGVyIGFuZCBLdXJpYW5za3lfY2guMTFfS2VsbHlfV2lsbCB0aGUgR29vZC4uLi5wZGY ? 0034654315582066. 2040. Rape and Sexual Consent. Sexting Laws Tennessee. Currently, in Tennessee anyone - regardless of age - who creates, distributes or possesses an image of a minor engaged in a sexually explicit act may be prosecuted under the State’s child pornography laws and if convicted, will generally be required to register as a sex offender.
Legislative Summary Tennessee has not created a separate statute for sexting crimes. Therefore, a minor who is caught creating, distributing, or possessing a sexually explicit image of another minor could be charged under the State’s child pornography statutes. If the minor is convicted of a felony they will generally be required to register as a sex offender. Tn 2016 domestic violence. Prevention Strategies. Sexual violence is a serious problem that can have lasting, harmful effects on victims and their family, friends, and communities.
The goal of sexual violence prevention is simple—to stop it from happening in the first place. The solutions, however, are just as complex as the problem. Prevention efforts should ultimately decrease the number of individuals who perpetrate sexual violence and the number of individuals who are victims. Many prevention approaches aim to reduce risk factors and promote protective factors for sexual violence. In addition, comprehensive prevention strategies should address factors at each of the levels that influence sexual violence—individual, relationship, community, and society.
The most common prevention strategies currently focus on the victim, the perpetrator, or bystanders. Effective Programs Few programs, to date, have been shown to prevent sexual violence perpetration. Untitled. Reducing class size to increase student achievement is an approach that has been tried, debated, and analyzed for several decades.
The premise seems logical: with fewer students to teach, teachers can coax better performance from each of them. But what does the research show? Some researchers have not found a connection between smaller classes and higher student achievement, but most of the research shows that when class size reduction programs are well-designed and implemented in the primary grades (K-3), student achievement rises as class size drops.Research findingsWe identified 19 studies that met our standards. Most of these addressed reduced class size programs in grades K-3. The following sections describe several reduced class size programs and examine the evidence.Statewide programsTennessee’s Project STAR—commissioned by the state legislature in the mid-1980s—may be the most influential class reduction program in recent years. Experiential Learning (Kolb)
Tips and Tricks to make Teaching Human Sexuality and Managing Your Classroom a little Easier. Picture this: You are a new (or experienced) teacher, walking in to the classroom on the first day of the Human Sexuality / Family Life unit.
You are excited, anxious, and a little apprehensive. Physical Design to Promote Safety and Comfort in the Sex Ed Classroom. “Safety is not a goal in itself, but a prerequisite for the kind of classroom climate that can result in learning.” – Oregon State Department of Education Middle and High School sexual education classes can be very stressful.
Students are learning about a societally taboo subject in a room with 20 or 30 of their peers, one of whom they probably have a crush on. Talk about anxiety producing. In my Sex Ed classes, my teachers were not very comfortable talking about sex, puberty, STIs, or any other sexually related topic. The Laws In Your State: Tennessee. PowerControlwheelNOSHADING. Study Maps ‘Uniquely Devastating’ Genital Injuries Among Troops. 2040. Theories on LGBTQ Development. Vivienne Case “Homosexual Identity Model” In 1979 Vivienne Cass released her “Homosexual Identity Model” based on her empirical research of gays and lesbians in Australia.
Her model has been used in higher education as the standard for discussing the identity development for gay and lesbian college students. It is important to note that this is a stage model, meaning, according to Cass, the individual progresses along this path. An individual may take several years to get through a particular stage and may never make it to stage 6. Emergency contraception. What Kind of Emergency Contraception Is Best For Me? Emergency Contraception. Ec review. Co707. Object moved. Overview Emergency contraception (EC) can prevent pregnancy when taken up to five days following sexual intercourse.
There are two EC pills approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that are a concentrated dose of progestin, a hormone found in many birth control pills, which inhibits or delays ovulation and will not work if a woman is already pregnant. Emergency contraception is not intended to be used as a regular form of birth control, and emergency contraception methods should not be confused with the abortion pill, RU-486 (mifepristone). The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics estimates approximately 10 percent of women in the United States have used emergency contraception. Plan B, one form of emergency contraception that can prevent pregnancy when taken within 72 hours of sexual intercourse, was first approved by the FDA in 1999 for prescription use only for women of all ages. Additional Resources. Changes in Adolescents' Receipt of Sex Education, 2006–2013.
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The coming-out process of young lesbian and bisexual women: are there butch/femme differences in sexual identity development? Sexual Identity Development among Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Youths: Consistency and Change Over Time. Sexualdevelopmentandbehavior. Object moved. The following terms and conditions are an agreement (the “Agreement”) governing your access and use of the [Pediatric Care Online (PCO)] website (the “Website”) and its content (collectively, the “Materials”). Please read these terms carefully. If you agree to all of the terms of this Agreement please click the “I Agree” button below to indicate your acceptance and you will automatically be taken to the Website. If you do not wish to be bound by these terms, you may not access or use the Materials - in such event you should click the “I Do Not Agree” button below and follow the instructions to obtain a refund of any subscription fees paid by you.
Saam 2013 an overview of healthy childhood sexual development. Sexualdevelopmentandbehavior. Visualizing Sex as a Spectrum - Scientific American Blog Network. Sex and gender pervade nearly every aspect of our lives. Each time we use a public restroom, shop for clothes, or fill out a form, we are insistently reminded that we must be either male or female; men or women; boys or girls. Even things that ostensibly have nothing to do with sex or gender—what we eat, for example, or the books we read—are often sold to us as if they are necessarily feminine or masculine. Some of these conventions currently face challenges, some more polarizing than others. On the milder end of things, enterprising online retailers promote gender-neutral clothing for babies, and city transport authorities mercifully abolish the phrase “ladies and gentlemen” from public announcements. Theories on the Origin of Sexual Orientation, 1864-present - Born Gay? - ProCon.org. Theory: Bisexual embryo 1896 -- Published in a German pamphlet, "Sappho and Socrates," which describes the origin of homosexuality as taking place in a bisexual embryo.
"Hirschfeld posited the existence, in the embryos of both sexes, of rudimentary neural centers for attraction to both males and females. In most male fetuses, the center for attraction to women developed, while the center for attraction to males regressed, and vice versa for female fetuses. In fetuses destined to become homosexual, on the other hand, the opposite developmental sequence took place. 187 Masturbation Tips You'll Wish You'd Read Sooner. Gender Inclusive Terms for Healthcare Workers. S 2016 Year in Review – Pornhub Insights. Making Love After Making War: Supporting Intimate Relationships for Injured Veterans and Their Families.
Five Tropes Fanfic Readers Love (And One They Hate) – Fansplaining – Medium. [This survey and analysis is a project of the Fansplaining podcast. Follow us on Twitter or Tumblr, and if you’re interested in supporting our work, please consider donating to our Patreon.] People say a lot of things about fanfiction readers. Three common ideas: they’re just interested in happily ever afters; they’re just interested in gay porn; they’re just interested in radical queer reinterpretation of the Western canon and won’t take no for an answer.
All of these things probably have some kernel of truth to them. And naturally, we can see what individual stories people like most: which ones have the most views, the most comments, and the most kudos. Over the past month or so, Fansplaining has run a survey of fanfiction readers, asking them what tropes and themes they particularly like and dislike. Where do our respondents find their fanfic? Untitled. Untitled. Untitled. Untitled. Untitled. Untitled. Untitled. Untitled. Untitled. Untitled. Untitled. Untitled. Spice It Up! Erotic Romance Books Good For Marriage. When I wrote my first erotic romance 20 years ago, it was sold in the secret back section of book stores, sex novelty shops, or by mail order, in a plain brown wrapper.
How things have changed since Fifty Shades of Grey! These books are so much more accessible now due the advent of the e-reader, the convenience (and addictive nature) of technological wonders such as the Amazon “one click” buying method, and the explosion in self-published books in the erotic romance genre. Today, women are proud devotees of the erotic romance novel and books in this category — love stories with lots and lots of sex in them — are regularly ending up on all the bestseller lists.
Silvia Day is a top-selling author in their field and former president of Romance Writers of America, the national association for professional romance writers. She describes this category of fiction on her web site as: “Stories written about the development of a romantic relationship through sexual interaction. Spice It Up! Erotic Romance Books Good For Marriage. The History of Pornography No More Prudish Than the Present.
Pornography is often portrayed as one of the ills of today's society, evidence of modern moral decay brought to you by video cameras and broadband access. As it turns out, modern times have got nothing on the past. Your Brain on Porn - It's NOT Addictive. No Future: Queer Theory and the Death Drive. No Future: Queer Theory and the Death Drive, by Lee Edelman; pp. x + 191. California Becomes First State To Make Sexual Consent Lessons Mandatory In High Schools Beginning Next Year : News. IPOL FEMM NT(2013)462515 EN. Making Sex Normal: Debby Herbenick at TEDxBloomington. Perspective. School%20Crime%202012. 2006%20Sex%20Offenses%20Study. School Crime 2012 2014.
School%20Crime%202006 2008. Wsccmodel update 508tagged. 68-1-1205 - Compliance with laws pertaining to abortion or birth control referrals or information by employees Abstinence. 49-6-1005 - Sex education. Std pe lifetime wellness. Csh tca 49 1 1002. Bullying Compliance rpt 2014 appendix. IM 4154. Coordinated School Health - TN.Gov. Teen Dating Violence. Sexual Assault. What Is It? For sexual activity to be all right, it must be consensual, which means that both people want it to happen. Sexual assault is when any person forces you to participate in a sexual act when you don’t want to.
Tennessee Statutory Rape Laws. In Tennessee, it is illegal for an adult (someone 18 or older) to have sex with a minor (someone younger than 18), even if the sex is consensual. Those who break the law have committed statutory rape. Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Crime Statistics. 2013 Crime in Tennessee (SECURE) State Policies on Sex Education in Schools. Teen Sexual Assaults Highlight Need for Prevention Programs. VAW - TECW. Sex ed program in TN schools teaches abstinence. Tennessee Department of Health: Health Statistics.
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