Sexuality impacts the family positively and negatively, the impacts are positive when sexuality is treasured and negative when approached through destructive means.
Sexual harassment and coercion is an inapt promise of a compensation in exchange of sex without the consent an individual, it involve bullying sometime. It can also be defined as the trick normally employed by the perpetrators to trick or rather intimidating people into indulging in sexual activity without their consent.
Sex is one of the extreme intimate relationship, when done to imply honesty, trust, closeness, and the willingness to be exposed in varying degree. Furthermore, intimate relationships and sex relates in that, intimacy makes an individual to set loose and evade inhibitions and get naked.
Arguably, people have long used birth control methods, in the contemporary times however, there exist so many effective birth control methods. Before adopting any of this method, one ought to consider how often one have sex, the possible side effects, comfort level, the effectiveness of a particular method and one’s overall health. The common birth control methods include abstinence, hormonal methods, barrier methods, emergency contraception, permanent birth controls, and implanted devises. On the other hand, STD’s are diseases habitually acquired and transmitted by indulging into unprotected sex. Several symptoms have are associated with STD’s this include lower abdominal pain, pain when urinating, pain during sex, virginal discharge in women and discharge from the penis in men.
Social interactionism argue that, people respond to things as they perceive them and also what those things imply to them. Social theory strongly attach to the notion that, people act based on the feedback. From the two theories, it is apparent that dating, dating violence and separation occurs when people perceive love in a sex relationship as unbeneficial, this is particularly based on the feedbacks and the perceptions they generate off their minds.
Lauer, Robert H, and Jeanette C. Lauer. Marriage and Family: The Quest for Intimacy. New
York: McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2009. Print.