In 2011 mainly one-third of male and female high school students are sexually active. seven out of ten teens have had sexually intercourse by the age of 19. Being sexually active at a young age makes you high risk for sexual transmitted diseases (STD’s) . An sexually transmitted disease is from generally from having sexually intercourse.
One out of four teen girls have sexually transmitted diseases do to either unprotected sex or from someone who is passing the disease. There are many different types of STD’s. The most common would be viral and bacterial.
Bacterial Diseases include the following:
3. Pelvic Inflammatory
Viral Disease include the following:
1. Genital warts
2. Human papillomavirus
3. Hepatitis B
4. Hepatitis C
5. HIV/AID (Human immunodeficiency virus infection / Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome)
6. Genitals herpes
Peer pressure plays a big part in an individuals life. Studies show that boys are more in favor of being pressured to have sex when they are not ready to from other male associates. One in three boy between the age of 15 to 17 admit to have being pressured to have sex. As to the 23% of girls .
Teens now of days think that not just because you use protection you should not have to worry about the consequences. Well they’re wrong! You should not depend on the condom, for it is only a 50 -50 percent chance that it may protect you from getting someone pregnant.
Five Reasons Why A Condom May Fail:
1. The condom was not properly used
2. Breaks during intercourse
3. Not manufactured properly
4. The expiration date has come to pass
5. The condom was damaged after manufacture
The Proper Use of A Condom:
1. Stay away from tearing or breakage when you remove from the concealed package
2. Unroll the condom over the firm penis
3. DO NOT use an oil-based lubricant for this will damage the latex
4. Be sure to always to take off the condom as soon as possible after discharge
You should always expected the unexpected because you never know what may happen if you decide to have sexually inter course at not just a young age but at any age. The younger the age the more risk because you would be in the stages of puberty. Therefore your body is still growing. Waiting to have sex is the right thing to do. There is a time and place for everything you do in life.
"What the ef are you talking about?"
"Yo! Why don't you fuckin' curse?"
Thats the reaction I usually get whenever I need to curse but put in a substitute rather than say the real thing.
The reason for my censoring was that I find value in the abstinence of cursing for some reason. I just don't find I like saying it. It can easily be substituted for a lot of things and it almost limits your vocabulary if it becomes to regular in your daily speech. I grew up in a neighborhood where no one really cursed at all. My parents never cursed unless they were really angry at something, and my friends never cursed, so I never really learned to use it in my vocabulary.
"I just don't"
Thats usually how it goes. It seems that practically everyone I meet is comfortable with cursing. I don't know. I just can't do it. Is that necessarily a bad thing? Not really. though it is not normal considering the amount of people that are fine with it. Though when you think about it, tons of singers and rappers curse, as well as people in the movies.
As a movie lover I see a lot of different movies from G to R and the characters could be anything from cursing only once in the entire movie (to keep the MPAA rating down), or they could be rattling off swear words like it doesn't matter them. Though the use of cursing can make the scene very dramatic, or it can make the scene hilarious like in the movie Friends with Eddie Murphey.
“Oh mutha fucka you can have my cornbread thats for damn sure! Cause if you try and take my cornbread part two of my killin’ spree gon begin up hea on yo ass right now. No fuck him, fuck that cause I’m from new york city god damn it!”. Very funny indeed. And it adds comedic value. The cursing in that movie has a purpose.
I guess I have the sense that if you are arguing something and you are swearing a lot, it just makes you appear angry and not know what you are talking about. Like when a student at SLA got mad at me and started yelling and cursing at me, it just made him appear more funny rather than threatening. And I didn’t really listen to him because all the cursing just seemed like he was venting. Here is part of the exchange of words.
“You know you kind of need to stop swearing so much. Its kind of annoying.”
“Bitch I will motha fuckin curse whenever the fuck I wanna.”
And another person yelled at me like this.
“yo why you so fuckin annoying, nobody fuckin likes you. Fuck off before I fuckin smack you!”
Their arguments completely lose their power when they employ those kind of words into their sentance.
In the essay "If Black English Isn't a Language, Then Tell Me, What Is?" the author says that language "reveals the private identity, and connects one with, or divorces one from the larger, public, or communal identity. For me, it divorces me from the rest if the population and reveals the private identity of me. One that I cannot hide for some reason. It divorces me in a weird way. Like a Christian in a room full of jews or something like that. And adapting it would make life a bit easier.
The fact that I don't curse is one of the highly noticeable differences between me and the rest of the human population attending SLA.
Thought when you think about it, those words are just sounds produced by our mouths to form a sound that other people have heard and can tell what the person wants from those words. though thats the point. The curse words, those particular sounds formed represent something bad, rude, hurtful, or mean, and therefore that word is referred to as a bad word. And thats why I don’t use it. And just like with speaking with different accents, where some accents put off other people and change the way they think about you, cursing can make you appear unintelligent and mean and rude.
Language is different for because how english is written down. I’ve had trouble with English since I could I remember. English is more hard for me to used to because o f the different ways they are spoken I had trouble speaking proper English with my writing everything. I had different kind of english accents and ways of speaking it my whole life. My way of speaking English is like most people talk, but sometimes I use words that not many people use. I don’t think I have an accent but some of my family does have an accent like my dad family has the southern accent and sometimes it hard for me to tell what they are saying sometimes but most of the time I can tell what they are saying. Me I still need to speak better english but I got most of english but learning another language is much harder for me because of me having trouble with English in general. In spanish its hard to speak in an accent and writing in spanish is just as hard. Like my language will improve with time but not yet because of the ba thats in front of be not letting me get there. I need to get around that barrier and keep going to my goal but then there are other barriers in my way not letting me and slowing me down, keeping me at bay.
Before I thought that a slides job was to get the main point across, and be organized. In my first slide I try to display my name brighter than anything else, while organizing the slide so the viewer can take turns looking at each slide. I now know that the slide should be easy for the viewer to look at. I draw attention to the colors of the symbols in my second slide using the colors of my name.
I used a hand balled into a fist, surrounded by beauty because that is what I believe the drawing itself sends a powerful message just by looking at it. Originally, the image's contrast was super high, and because I wanted to give off a relaxed but inspirational feeling to the viewers, I used a cool dark blue tint color. I wanted the color scheme to be in close proximity with one another. I didn't want only the image to send a message, but the quote as well. As as shown, the main colors of this slide are blue, white and navy. The white is the color that stands out the most because it is the lightest in contrast to the others, so I chose to make the text this color in combination with sans serif font which makes the slide easy to read. The images/text are in that certain alignment in a diagonal point of view because that is where I want the viewers eyes to follow. The emptiness in the dark navy blue and supposed to help highlight the main focus of the slide. The size of the font is supposed to help the reader hub on the important parts of the slide. Because we usually read from left to right, it is only natural for the audience to see the picture that way in the beginning. First by seeing my name at the top, followed by a soft, grainy but empowering picture and left with an inspirational quote.
I personally learned a lot from this assignment. It is pretty difficult being a designer that is trying to catch the attention of millions. I also learned why some make the decisions they do and question why they do it. Not to mention it was pretty difficult for me to make a decisions on how I was going to convey my message to the audience.
Link to Final Product- http://khood5.wix.com/freedomofspeech
First I'm sharing research on safety when it comes to catching the virus.
I delved more into the ways you can protect yourself against genital HPV. This type of HPV is one of the more common kinds. Latex condoms are the most recommended form of protection against the infection, but not always effective because genital HPV can be spread through the entire region between your legs. Oral intercourse or skin to skin intercourse will easily transmit the virus and is clearly not the wisest move to make on a person with HPV whether you're male or female. Men can transmit HPV to women and never get affected, or other times it can develop into penal cancer or they can get genital warts. Women who obtain the virus are the one's who receive the most damage; the largest being the possibility of cervical cancer. Condoms are still the most reliable source of protection against catching the virus, but not 100%.
Interview with my mom:
I've submitted this on December 14th on the submission box of this assignment on moodle.
Guillermo Hersh, Veronica Olshin, Mario Burrell