Sexual orientation and Reproductive Behavior

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´╗┐Sexual orientation

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Gender and Reproductive Behavior Understanding sex gives : experiences into men's and ladies' conduct connections and regenerative choices These bits of knowledge are vital to speaking with and serving both men and ladies successfully.

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Gender and Reproductive Behavior "Sex" alludes to the diverse parts that men and ladies play in the public eye Also to the rights and duties that accompany these parts "Sex" contrasts from "sex", which alludes to the natural and physical contrasts amongst men and ladies

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Gender and Reproductive Behavior Gender parts normally underestimated - reflected in: family structures family unit obligations work markets schools human services frameworks laws open strategies The impact of sex is comparable in quality to religion, race, societal position and riches

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Gender and Reproductive Behavior Gender parts start during childbirth and traverse a lifetime: very young men and young ladies gain from their families and companions how they are required to act around individuals of a similar sex around individuals of the inverse sex

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From WOMB Oldest Old >75yrs In Utero Young Old (65-74 yrs) Pre - Puberty To TOMB specialized advances Family & Community family impacts Family bolster Near Old (55-64 yrs) Puberty Community endorsement & Support School impacts Cultural and societal weight peer impact Socio social impact peer weight Early Adolescence Adulthood Late Adolescence Young Adulthood The Life Cycle In RH

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GENDER PERSPECTIVES IN RH: A LIFE CYCLE MODEL In Utero Sex determination - fetus removal -child murder Value of the girlchild Biological defenselessness

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Pre-Puberty Conditioning to sex parts - nourishment -training -manhandle -viciousness -work portion Child Pornography Child Prostitution Conditioning to sex parts - sustenance -instruction -work distribution -abusive behavior at home -mishandle GENDER PERSPECTIVES IN RH: A LIFE CYCLE MODEL

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Puberty Menarche Virginity FGM Pregnancy Violence Rites of section Gender Role molding Abuse GENDER PERSPECTIVES IN RH: A LIFE CYCLE MODEL

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Early Teens Hormonal Changes Curiosity Violence Exploitation Pregnancy Gender part engraving peer impact manhandle GENDER PERSPECTIVES IN RH: A LIFE CYCLE MODEL

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Late Teens Sexual Bonding Pregnancy STD/HIV Gender parts authorized High hazard conduct Violence and Abuse Gender parts carried on Sexual action High hazard conduct Abuse GENDER PERSPECTIVES IN RH: A LIFE CYCLE MODEL

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Young Adulthood Gender Roles disguised (or addressed) beneficial part (non NSA/NSA) conceptive part - family unit -tyke disapproving of -contraception -pregnancy/premature birth -sexual -sustaining & mind giving Gender parts disguised profitable part sexual part

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Adulthood Gender part dug in - low monetary influence -group regard vital -low legitimate influence -abusive behavior at home -STD/AIDS -wellbeing dangers * hunger * maternal consumption disorder * gynecological dreariness, * malignancy cervix and bosom dangers * high hazard fetus removal and sequelae -uneven access to RH administrations -Use of FP administrations Gender parts dug in - gainful -chiefs -little inclusion in contraception -abusive behavior at home -conjugal treachery -little family/mind giving parts GENDER PERSPECTIVES IN RH: A LIFE CYCLE MODEL

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Near Old (55-64) Gender parts still dug in menopause -osteoporosis -c. v. dangers -self-perception -melancholy -forlornness -mind giving -gynae. malignancies -way of life ailments -DM. HPT, CVD, tumors Gender parts still settled in yet debilitating loss of sexual drive less financial power loss of wellbeing more noteworthy reliance on caregiving of spouse/females danger of unfaithfulness wretchedness GENDER PERSPECTIVES IN RH: A LIFE CYCLE MODEL

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Old Age (65-74) Widowed or in care giving part -social estrangement -destitution -falling flat wellbeing Weakening or inversion of sex parts -reliance on ladies for care-because of inability - way of life illnesses -diseases -psychological wellness GENDER PERSPECTIVES IN RH: A LIFE CYCLE MODEL

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Oldest Old (75 years) Mental wellbeing Economic reliance Cancers Physical handicap Reversal of sex parts Dependence of female guardians Mental wellbeing Cancers Physical incapacity GENDER PERSPECTIVES IN RH: A LIFE CYCLE MODEL

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Gender and Reproductive Behavior immature guys encounter more sexual flexibility than pre-adult females Potentially destructive sexual dispositions and conduct that can create amid youth are regularly hard to change amid adulthood.

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Gender and Reproductive Behavior Traditional male and female sex parts: deflect couples from talking about sexual matters excuse hazardous sexual conduct at last add to poor regenerative wellbeing among both men and ladies

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Gender and Reproductive Behavior Programs can urge men to embrace positive sex parts and be: steady spouses, and minding fathers

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Gender and Reproductive Behavior Health mind suppliers, approach creators, and benefactors perceive : the immediate association amongst men and ladies' sex parts their conceptive wellbeing the impact that disparities in sex parts have on ladies' prosperity

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Understanding Gender sex parts and sex standards are socially particular and consequently change immensely around the globe. be that as it may, men and ladies contrast considerably from each other in power, status and opportunity. men have more power than ladies in all social orders

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Understanding Gender "Power" is an expansive idea that depicts the capacity or flexibility of people to settle on choices and act as they pick a man's entrance to assets and capacity to control them.

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Understanding Gender Two sorts of force depict the imbalances in male and female sex parts - "energy to" and "control over" "Energy to" portrays the capacity of people to control their own lives and to utilize assets for their own advantage "Control over" implies that people can affirm their desires, even notwithstanding resistance, and constrain others to act in ways that they may not have any desire to

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Understanding Gender Calls for changes in sex parts, and consequently conduct, regularly touch passionate and political nerves such change is seen as undermining is a piece of the worldwide pattern toward balance and equity concentrate how sexual orientation influences regenerative conduct is vital for enhancing conceptive wellbeing for all

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Understanding Gender Differences in power amongst men and ladies are not outright or widespread. Some poor, ignorant, unemployed, or gay person men have little power and couple of assets Women's sex parts do give them some power yet is more constrained and impacted by : her way of life age wage and training

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Understanding Gender Type of marriage A lady's energy to settle on choices increments with her level of instruction additionally with her better half's level of training more youthful ladies who wed more established men have less power g ender parts are changing toward more equity for more youthful men and ladies in a few societies

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How Gender Roles Affect Reproductive Behavior Gender impacts regenerative basic leadership and conduct men are the essential chiefs about sexual action, ripeness, and preventative utilize

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How Gender Roles Affect Reproductive Behavior Men are frequently called "guardians" and have numerous power parts spouses fathers uncles religious pioneers specialists approach creators and neighborhood and national pioneers

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How Gender Roles Affect Reproductive Behavior Little is thought about how sex parts influence these choices to: practice family arranging pick when and how to have sexual relations participate in extramarital sexual relations utilize condoms to counteract STDs breastfeed look for pre-birth mind

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How Gender Roles Affect Reproductive Behavior Gender is only one of numerous different variables, for example, Education level family weights social desires financial status presentation to broad communications individual experience desires for the future religion Consequently, no two couples' "basic leadership situations" are indistinguishable

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Gender Roles Can Harm Reproductive Health Traditional sex parts can imperil the conceptive strength of both ladies and men. Disparities in power make ladies more defenseless against men's hazardous sexual conduct and unreliable choices. Sexual orientation parts can be unfortunate for men as well

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Gender Roles Can Harm Reproductive Health Women experience issues imparting about sex or RH, due to their sex parts Women may submit to men since they fear striking back. Male sex parts can add to men contracting and transmitting STDs

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Gender Roles Can Harm Reproductive Health Male sex parts mischief men's wellbeing and also women's. Men's control over regenerative basic leadership might debilitate conventional sexual orientation parts are beginning to change with social open doors for ladies power is being redistributed

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Improving Reproductive Health Couple, or spousal, correspondence can be an essential stride toward expanding men's cooperation in conceptive wellbeing Communication empowers husbands and spouses to know each other's dispositions toward family arranging and preventative utilize Communication likewise can energize shared basic leadership and more fair sex parts

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Obstacles to Couple Communication Research proposes that a mind boggling web of social and social components obstruct such dialogs In numerous social orders sex is an unthinkable subject for men and ladies to talk about Afraid of dismissal by a sex accomplice Women's second rate status and l