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GOOD MORNING!


CHAPTER 2

UNPACKING THE SELF


LESSON 1: THE PHYSICAL AND SEXUAL SELF
Lesson Objectives
At the end of this lesson, you should be able to:
• 1.Discuss the developmental aspect of the reproductive system
• 2. Describe the erogenous zones;
• 3. Explain human sexual behavior
• 4. Characterize the diversity of sexual behavior;
• 5. Describe sexually transmitted diseases; and
• 6. Differentiate natural ad artificial methods of contraception.
INTRODUCTIONS
It has been believed that the
sex chromosomes of humans define
the sex (female or male) and their
secondary sexual characteristics.
ACTIVITY
Defining beauty
Complete the sentences below.

1. For me, beauty means


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2. A Beautiful person is
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3. I am beautiful because
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4. List down names of people you know who are beautiful.
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Fill out the table below by listing the common secondary
sexual male and female characteristics.
MALE SECONDARY SEXUAL FEMALE SECONDARY SEXUAL
CHARACTERISTICS CHARACTERISTICS
ANALYSIS
 When do we usually observe the changers listed above
for males and females?

 Where you able to experience the same changes?


When?
ANALYSIS
 If you were not able to experience the above listed
changes, what might have caused such difference?

 How does the society shape the sexual behavior of an


individual?
ANALYSIS
 Can we really change our natural or innate sexual
organ and sexual response?
ABSTRACTION
• Marieb, E.N. (2001) explains that the gonads
(reproductive glands that produce the gametest; testis or ovary)
begin to form until about the eight week of embryonic
development. During the early stages of human development,
the embryonic reproductive structures of males and females are
alike and are said to be in the indifferent stage. When the
primary reproductive structures are formed, development of the
accessory structures and external genitalia begins. The
formation of male or female structures depends on the presence
ABSTRACTION
• Any intervention with the normal pattern of sex hormone
production in the embryo results in strange abnormalities.

• Puberty is the period of life, generally between the ages of 10-15 years
olds, when the reproductive organs grow to their adult size and become
functional under the influence of rising levels of gonadal hormones
(testosterones in males and estrogen in females). After this time,
reproductive capability continues until old age in male and menopause
in females.
Disease associated with the reproductive system
• Infections are the most common problem associated with the
reproductive systems in adults. Vaginal infection are more common in
young and elderly women and in those who resistance to disease is low.
The usual infections include those caused by Escherichia coli which
spread through the digestive tract; the sexually transmitted
microorganism such as syphilis, gonorrhea, and herpes, virus; and yeast
(a type of fungus).
Disease associated with the reproductive system

• In males the most common inflammatory conditions are prostatitis,


urethritis, and epididdymeitis, all of which may follow sexual contacts
in which sexually transmitted disease (STD) Microorganism are
transmitted . Orchidiitis, or inflammatory of the testes, is rather
uncommon but is serious because it can cause sterility. Orchiditis most
commonly follows mumps in an adult male.
Erogenous Zones

• Erogenous zones refer to parts of the body that


are primarily receptive and increase sexual
arousal when touched in a sexual manner.
Human Sexual Behavior
• Human sexual behavior is defined as any activity-solitary,
between two persons, or in a group-that induces sexual
arousal (Gebhard, P.H. 2017)
Types of Behavior
• The various types of human behavior are usually classified
according to the gender and number of participants. There is
solitary behavior involving only one individual, and there is
sociosexual behavior involving more than one person
Solitary Behavior
• Self-gratification means self-stimulation that leads to sexual
arousal and generally, sexual climax. Usually, most self
gratification takes place in private as an end in itself, but can
also be done in sociosexual relationship.
Sociosexual Behavior
• Heterosexual behavior is the greatest amount of sociosexual
behavior that occurs between only one male and one female.
It usually begins in childhood and may be motivated by
curiosity, such as showing examining genitalia
Physiology of Human Sexual Response
Sexual response follows a pattern of sequential stages or
phases when sexual activity is continued.
1. Excitement phase
2. Plateau phase
3. Sexual climax
4. Resolutions phase
Nervous System Factors
The entire nervous systems plays a significant role during
sexual response. The autonomic system involved in
controlling the involuntary response. In the presence of
stimulus capable enough of initiating a sexual response, the
efferent cerebrospinal nerves transmit the sensory messages to
the brain.
Nervous System Factors
The hypothalamus and the limbic system are the parts of the
brain believed to be responsible for regulating the sexual
response, but there is no specialized “sex center” that has
been located in the human brain.
Sexual Problems
• Sexual problems may be classified as psychological,
psychological, and social origin. Any given problem may
involved all three categories.

• Pschological problems are the least among three categories


Sexual Problems
• Psychological problems comprise by far the largest category
they are usually caused by socially induced inhibitions,
maladaptive attitudes, ignorance, and sexual myths held by
society.

• Premature emission of semen is a common problem,


especially for young males.
Sexual Problems
• Ejaculatory impotence, which results from inability to ejaculate
in coitus, is uncommon and usually of psychogenic origin.

• Vaginismus is strong spasm of the pelvic musculature


constricting the female reproductive organ so that penetration is
painful or impossible. It can be due to anti-sexual conditioning or
psychological trauma that serves as an unconscious defense
against coitus.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
• Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) are infections
transmitted from an infected person to an uninfected person
through sexual contact. STDs can be caused by bacteria,
viruses, or parasites.
Aside from HIV and AIDS, there are other sexually
transmitted disease in Humans.
CHLAMYDIA
Aside from HIV and AIDS, there are other sexually
transmitted disease in Humans.
GONORRHEA
Aside from HIV and AIDS, there are other sexually
transmitted disease in Humans.
SYPHILIS
Aside from HIV and AIDS, there are other sexually
transmitted disease in Humans.

CHANCROID
Aside from HIV and AIDS, there are other sexually
transmitted disease in Humans.
HUMAN PAPILLOVIRUS
aside from HIV and AIDS, there are other sexually transmitted
disease in Humans.

HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS


Aside from HIV and AIDS, there are other sexually
transmitted disease in Humans.
TRICHOMONAS VAGINALIS
APPLICATION AND ASSESMENT

2. AGREE OR DISAGREE.
Are you in favor of legalizing marriage among homosexuals and transgenders?
Why?
Study List for December 14, 2020
ASYNCHRONOUS PLATFORM

A. Research about an “Integrative Paper”


(Project for Final Term)

What is Integrative Paper?


Link;
https://penandthepad.com/write-great-apastyle-integrative-paper-
8420865.html
B. Con’t reading & Studying Chapter 2
Lessons 2-5

2. To Buy or Not to Buy? That is the Question


-Expected Output: Research Paper, make a research
on the role of Filipino Consumer Culture to Filipino
Self and Identity. (Page 69)
3. Supernatural: Believed it or Not.

-Expected Output
No. 3- Reflection Paper
Reflect on Victor Franki’s
Source of the meaning of life, Page 65
4. The Political Self and Being Filipino
No. 2 Discuss how being a Filipino
affects your “self” (Page 98)

5. Who Am I in the Cyber World? Digital Self


-Expected Out put
No. 2- Research Work (Page 108)
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