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Men's Sexual Health Matters- Healthlink Worldwide

Men's Sexual Health Matters- Healthlink Worldwide

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Published by paceminterris
This publication provides practical information for people who are
working with men on sexual health or would like to start working with
men. It looks at ways of engaging men in discussions about sexual
health and sexual responsibility, and men's role in reducing the
incidence of unwanted pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections (Slls)
and sexual abuse
This publication provides practical information for people who are
working with men on sexual health or would like to start working with
men. It looks at ways of engaging men in discussions about sexual
health and sexual responsibility, and men's role in reducing the
incidence of unwanted pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections (Slls)
and sexual abuse

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Published by: paceminterris on Apr 04, 2013
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Acknowledgements
This publication was compiled by Neil Davidson and devised by ChrisCastle. It was edited by Nina Behrmanand designedby Ingrid Emsden,Cover photographs by Beryl Goldberg, Judy Harrison/Format, HealthEducation Authority, Caroline Penn, Armando Waak/PAHO, MoWilson/Format and GiseleWolfsohn.Healthlink Worldwide would like to thank the following organisationsand individuals for contributing towards this publication: Oron Baron,Marge Berer,Helen Cressey,Nel Druce, Antonio Gerbase,Peter Gordon, Hilary Homans, John Howson, Sian Long, TaweesakNopkesorn, Cheryl Overs, Arletty Pinel, Rakesh Rajani, SundariRavindran, Manuel Sepulveda,Michael Tan, Veriano Terto andCelia Till.Healthlink Worldwide is grateful to the OverseasAid Committee of theStatesof Jersey,SIDA and HIVOS for funding the development,printing and distribution of this publication.Men's sexual health mattersPublished by Healthlink Worldwide, London, UK.@ Healthlink Worldwide, 1998Any part of this publication may be reproduced without permission foreducational and non-profit use f the source s acknowledged.Printed by RussellPressLtd.
ISBN 0907320430
 
Definitions ii
Introduction1 Working with men 3
What is sexualhealth?Why work with men?
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Starting work with men 5
Finding out about men and sexuality 5ACTIVffY Understandingmen 5ACTIVffY Enjoying sex 6ACTIVffY Men's beliefs about sex 6AcnvITY Three-way ole play 7Improving communication 8ACTIVffY Talking about sex 8Sensitive ssues 9ACTIVffY Working on sensitive ssues 9ACTIVffY Preparing to deal with disclosureof sexual abuse
Effective approaches 12
Creating the right environment 13ACTIVffY Understanding other people 15Support groups 16Men and health services 17Different men, different needs 18ACTIVffY Me and my father 20
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Sexual development and function 21
Sexual esponseand sexual eelings 21Sexual developmentand puberty 21ACI1VfTYReviewing your sex ife 22ACllVlTY Changesduring puberty 23Sex safe and healthy 28Genital care and hygiene 30ACI1VfTYContraceptive methods 35
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Common sexual problems 37Loss of desire 37Physical disability 37Penisand erection problemsEjaculation difficulties 39ACrIvrrY Ejaculation controlProblems with testicles 40Prostateproblems 40Infertility 41Sexually ransmitted infections
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Resourcesand organisations
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