By Douglas Tonks

Instructing AIDS offers academics with all of the info and tips they require while educating AIDS to teens. comprises adapted, age acceptable content material to permit the topic to be mentioned with all age teams.

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Without a doubt, the vast majority of students will recognize and understand the activity referred to, but not under that name. If the only words students might understand are “putting the cock in the pussy,” the instructor must use them, at least as a starting point. ” Such plain, explicit language may be among the most controversial elements of an AIDS education unit, but it is also one of the most important. If students do not understand the basic language and concepts of the subject matter, they will not even begin to comprehend any of the material presented, let alone retain enough of it to change their behavior.

The final word, syndrome, refers to a group of symptoms that combine to demonstrate a particular condition or disease. In the case of AIDS, these symptoms include the presence of HIV in the body and the deficient immune system discussed above, as well as a number of opportunistic infections, such as Kaposi’s sarcoma, pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (PCP), and lymphoma, that take advantage of the body’s weak state to get a foothold. When enough of these symptoms get together in one body, the diagnosis of AIDS is made.

One simple method of addressing these problems is to use lubricants along with the condom. Lubricants can make condoms more comfortable and add another element of safety as well. Some brands of condoms come with lubrication, but many do not. If any lubrication is added by the participants, it must be a water-based lubricant, such as K-Y jelly. Oil-based lubricants, such as baby oil, vaseline, vegetable oil, or olive oil, can break down the latex in the condom, ultimately causing it to dissolve.

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