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THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER Men are responsible for all unwanted pregnancies. Why? Ovulation is involuntary. Ejaculation is not. It is also true that... - Men are 50 times more fertile than women - Birth control is hard to access, use, and comes with numerous side effects - Vasectomies are less risky than tubal litigations Yet, it's women who are expected to do the work of pregnancy prevention. Why must women be responsible for men's bodies, as well as their own? Rather than endlessly exploring how and why we control women's bodies in the highly polarised anti-abortion and pro-choice 'debate', Ejaculate Responsibly makes a witty and unflinching case for why men must be held accountable for their reproductive choices. There are zero consequences for men who ejaculate irresponsibly. It's time to shift the responsibility - and burden - of pregnancy prevention onto men. 'A gorgeous manifesto' Oprah Daily 'A tactical, full-throated cry for men to step up' Vogue
Great Relationships and Sex Education by Alice Hoyle,Ester McGeeney Pdf
Great Relationships and Sex Education is an innovative and accessible guide for educators who work with young people to create and deliver Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) programmes. Developed by two leading experts in the field, it contains hundreds of creative activities and session ideas that can be used both by experienced RSE educators and those new to RSE. Drawing on best practice and up-to-date research from around the world, Great RSE provides fun, challenging and critical ways to address key contemporary issues and debates in RSE. Activity ideas are organised around key areas of learning in RSE: Relationships, Gender and Sexual Equality, Bodies, Sex and Sexual Health. There are activities on consent, pleasure, friendships, assertiveness, contraception, fertility and so much more. All activities are LGBT+ inclusive and designed to encourage critical thinking and consideration of how digital technologies play out in young people’s relationships and sexual lives. This book offers: Session ideas that can be adapted to support you to be creative and innovative in your approach and that allow you to respond to the needs of the young people that you work with. Learning aims, time needed for delivery, suggested age groups to work with and instructions on how to deliver each activity, as well as helpful tips and key points for educators to consider in each chapter. Activities to help create safe and inclusive spaces for delivering RSE and involve young people in curriculum design. A chapter on ‘concluding the learning’ with ideas on how to involve young people in evaluating and reflecting on the curriculum and assessing their learning. A list of recommended resources, websites, online training courses and links providing further information about RSE. With over 200 activities to choose from, this book is an essential resource for teachers, school nurses, youth workers, sexual health practitioners and anyone delivering RSE to young people aged 11–25.
Steven is not your typical psychotherapist. Operating in the unique realm of Re-live therapy, a part of the treatments is The Slap, a controversial move Steven regrets after a session with a client. Grappling with the nuances of love, therapy, and self-development, Steven finds his life in New York City constantly changing in unexpected ways. From the danger lurking in nearby Marcus Garvey Park to the contrasting worlds of the elite, middle-class, and those perpetually stalled in life, he navigates a full spectrum of human experience. On his journey, Steven encounters enigmatic figures like the radiant Eu-Mei and the menacing Mateo, each shaping his path. Alongside his martial arts grandmaster Jay, Steven learns lessons transcending mere technique--those of spirit, heart, and the subtleties of human connection. As the lines between therapist and savior blur, Steven realizes that his quests for love, professional success, and spiritual depth are more intertwined than he'd ever imagined. G. Miki Hayden's RE-LIVE is a story of contemporary struggles punctuated with the ethereal mystique of martial arts, the challenges of helping desperate others, and the timeless search for love and meaning. Dive into a world where every encounter teaches a lesson and where, amid the chaos of life, moments of perfect clarity emerge.
What if aging is something to aspire to, not to dread? What if together we could forge a radiant rebellion against the idea of aging as a season of decline? Join Karen Walrond, author of The Lightmaker's Manifesto, in this intriguing investigation into how we can reclaim aging, cultivate joy, and resist ageism. During her own year of transition--a milestone birthday, a wedding anniversary, the emptying of the nest--Walrond, in the buoyant and luminous style her readers have come to love, does a deep dive into dimensions of getting older, including health, beauty, spirituality, connection, adventure, and meaning and purpose. Through conversations with social workers and neurologists, activists and clergy, Walrond satisfies her curiosity--and ours--about why the dominant culture treats aging as a time of dwindling capacity. She also embarks on a series of experiments that help her rebel against convention: letting her hair go naturally gray, going on a silent retreat, revamping her health practices, and plotting her next adventure. Internalized ageism--bias against our future selves--is not our only option; we can write a different story of aging than the one we've been handed. With wisdom from luminaries who light our way, Walrond helps us radiantly rebel against the fads and assumptions that hold us back, redefine the adventure of getting older, and create a shining future of expanded potential. We might even raise a little hell while we're at it! A resources section offers journal prompts and strategies for creating a handbook for your own radiant rebellion.
Ethics and Social Responsibility in Science Education by M. J. Frazer,A. Kornhauser Pdf
Ethics and Social Responsibility in Science Education discusses the principles and approaches to the problems of ethics and social responsibility in science education. The book is divided into three parts. The first part, Principles and Approach, explores the nature of moral education and the ethics; social responsibility of science; and the roles of scientists and engineers in societal issues. The second part, Problems and Prospects, covers different social and cultural issues in relation to ethics in science such as international stability; food production; human experimentation; medical ethics; chemical pollution; and energy production. The third part, Teaching Methodology, talks about the importance and styles of teaching ethics and social responsibility in science education. The text is recommended for practitioners, researchers, and educators in the different fields of science. Those who wish to know the importance of ethics in the socio-cultural aspect of sciences will also find this book helpful.
A growing body of evidence has begun to reveal flaws in the traditional assumption of female passivity and lack of discrimination after copulation has begun. William Eberhard has compiled an impressive array of research on the ability of females to shape the outcome of mating. He describes studies of many different cryptic mechanisms by which a female can accept a male for copulation but nevertheless reject him as a father. Evidence from various fields indicates that such selectivity by females may be the norm rather than the exception. Because most post-copulatory competition between males for paternity is played out within the bodies of females, female behavior, morphology, and physiology probably often influence male success in these contests. Eberhard draws examples from a diversity of organisms, ranging from ctenophores to scorpions, nematodes to frogs, and crickets to humans. Cryptic female choice establishes a new bridge between sexual selection theory and reproductive physiology, in particular the physiological effects of male seminal products on female reproductive processes, such as sperm transport, oviposition, and remating. Eberhard interweaves his review of previous studies with speculation on the consequences of this theoretical development, and indicates promising new directions for future research.
The fully revised and updated second edition of this practical handbook provides comprehensive coverage of all aspects of subfertility, including treatment and diagnosis. Each chapter is written by a recognized world expert in the field and, together, they aim to provide state of the art answers to all the problems of subfertility in a single volume. The introductory chapter provides a flow-chart approach to systematic diagnosis and treatment. Clearly written and easy to read, the subsequent chapters describe what questions to ask, how to investigate, and what each treatment requires. With an expanded international team of authors, this new edition also offers new chapters devoted to third party reproduction and in vitro maturation of oocytes. From medical students studying for examinations to consultant physicians, this volume is a 'must-have' reference for anyone dealing with couples who have fertility problems.
Diabetes Mellitus in 21st Century by Saikat Sen,Raja Chakraborty,Biplab De Pdf
In the context of the continual increase in the global incidence of diabetes, this book focuses on particular aspects of the disease such as the socio-economic burden and the effects on individuals and their families. It addresses a wide range of topics regarding its physiological relevance, metabolic angles, biochemistry, and discusses current and upcoming treatment approaches. It is unique in offering a chapter dedicated to herbal remedies for diabetes. Appealing to a broad readership, it is a valuable resource for students, researchers and practitioners working in the area of glucose metabolism, diabetes and human health.
If we want to stop the destruction of the planet and to live in a better world, we need a clear and concrete vision of what that better world could be. So, here's a concrete program for a revolution that will transform this destructive anti-civilization into a fertile paradise. What to change, what to replace it with, and, of course, how... Before building the new world, we need to understand why this one didn't work. In fact, there is a "cause of all causes" for the chaotic state of our world. A cause that leads to almost every other causes. The main source, of non-necessary suffering and destruction in our "anti-civilization", is our so called, patriarchal culture. We live in an upside-down culture, because it is at odds with human nature. Most people believe that the main characteristic of our so-called "patriarchal" culture is that men are the leaders, but it isn't true! The main characteristic of patriarchal culture is that it perverts souls to such an extent, that it leads to the destruction of all life. The ways of living and thinking in patriarchal cultures cloud consciousness by preventing people from connecting with their inner selves. This has allowed us, to rediscover the greatest secret of our "civilization", which is that all "patriarchal" cultures/religions are misappropriations of the original Fertile culture, which integrates the sacred feminine and highlights the Divine mother. For example, the message of Mary Magdalene and Jesus was the fertile culture of the sacred feminine. Every detail of Catholic teachings is in total opposition to the messages of Mary Magdalene and Jesus. The Vatican has quite simply stolen original Christianity. BUT IT IS ALSO the same scenario that happened in Judaism, Islam, Buddhism and Hinduism. So, the Vatican and the religious authorities of ALL patriarchal religions are simply impostors. But perhaps you'll tell me that you're not interested because you're not religious. But I'm not talking about beliefs here, but about a culture, in other words the way in which everyday life is organized. Those who call themselves "atheists" follow patriarchal religious injunctions on a daily basis without being aware of it. I'm referring to very concrete things, like the way we love, make love, procreate, give birth, eat, sleep, raise children, have male/female relationships, breathe, commune with Nature and so on. Our patriarchal culture has even driven us to destroy the planet, conditioned us to "love upside down" and to fall in love with people we don't love! Fertile cultures are above all cultures of freedom and true democracies in the sense that they empower individuals. Gnosis is the backbone of fertile cultures. It believes that “salvation” is achieved through knowledge, experience and self-development. Fertile cultures put the spiritual development, evolution and well-being of the individual first and foremost. In this book, I propose a concrete program for the transition: what to do when we gain power in the fields of economics, social affairs, health, education, ecology, agriculture etc. I will also share with you a different point of view with you on the last 5,000 years of Humanity's history. The true history of the world has been hidden from us, because that history is where THE key lies, to bringing about a truly Humane Humanity. If you're ready to stand up for life and justice, but don't know how to do so, you'll find a proposal in this video. You are an immortal being with almost unlimited powers, but until you become a protector of life and justice, the whole of creation will plot to prevent you regaining your magical powers and divine nature.
Responsible Leadership and Ethical Decision-Making by Anonim Pdf
The volume brings to life a number of the conference themes including corporate social responsibility, culture, academic integrity, vulnerability, health, military ethics, education, leadership, sustainability and philosophy and addresses concerns of many leading applied ethicists.
Larry I. Lipshultz,Stuart S. Howards,Craig S. Niederberger,Dolores J. Lamb
Author : Larry I. Lipshultz,Stuart S. Howards,Craig S. Niederberger,Dolores J. Lamb Publisher : Cambridge University Press Page : 585 pages File Size : 50,6 Mb Release : 2023-05-31 Category : Medical ISBN : 9781108952057
Infertility in the Male by Larry I. Lipshultz,Stuart S. Howards,Craig S. Niederberger,Dolores J. Lamb Pdf
This gold standard text has kept its readers abreast of rapid advancements in reproductive medicine and surgery since 1983. Continuing this tradition, this fifth edition has been fully updated and revised to provide clear, didactic advice on best practice for a variety of clinical situations faced by practitioners across many specialties - including urologists, gynecologists, reproductive endocrinologists, medical endocrinologists and many in internal medicine and family practice who see men with suboptimal fertility and reproductive problems. Completely restructured to include pedagogical features such as easily accessible key concepts that cement understanding and real-world use. Covering everything from foundations of anatomy and embryology, through clinical evaluation, diagnostic approaches, treatment and fertility care in context within the healthcare system and society, thrilling advances and future directions are also included. This new edition is an essential reference for all who are working in this young and rapidly evolving field.
Canine Reproduction and Whelping by Myra Savant-Harris Pdf
Everything you don't know about canine reproduction Canine Reproduction and Whelping brings together information that will be invaluable to today's dog breeders because it helps to fill in the gaps in knowledge of even the most experienced breeder. Learn how facts about human reproduction, conception and birth get unknowingly mixed up with the very different canine side of things. Then learn how to use this information to have more successful breedings and healthier pups. Author Myra Harris combines her years of experience as a labor and delivery nurse with her passion for breeding dogs to give you practical and unusual information. Easy to understand and fun to read. You will learn: How to prepare your young stud dog for breeding. How to tell when the bitch is ready to be bred. How truly fragile sperm is and how to ensure their health and survival. When Artificial Insemination is preferred, how to collect sperm, and how to inseminate. About unseen causes for unsuccessful breedings-bacteria, viruses, yeast. About the role of progesterone in breeding success and how to use it to succeed. About easy, normal whelpings contrasted with nightmare whelping experiences. C-sections made understandable and how to handle aftercare of the bitch. How to remove dewclaws with the least trauma to mom and pups.
Male Infertility: An Integrative Manual of Western and Chinese Medicine by Giovanna Franconi Pdf
Male Infertility: An Integrative Manual of Western and Chinese Medicine is a holistic manual on male infertility for the medical practitioner. The book integrates the conventional (or Western) medical approach to male infertility with traditional Chinese medicine. Key Features: - information about several aspects of male reproductive medicine (anatomy, physiology diagnosis, fertility treatments) - information about the role of traditional Chinese medicine in treatment of male infertility (including energetic anatomy and Qi concepts) - complete guide to acupuncture techniques - easy-to-consult tables and appendices for quick reference The unique, integrated approach to addressing male infertility makes this handbook essential reading for practicing and training andrologists, Chinese medicine practitioners, acupuncturists, as well as researchers and counsellors in the field of reproductive medicine.
In what circumstances and on what basis, should those who transmit serious diseases to their sexual partners be criminalised? In this new book Matthew Weait uses English case law as the basis of a more general and critical analysis of the response of the criminal courts to those who have been convicted of transmitting HIV during sex. Examining cases and engaging with the socio-cultural dimensions of HIV/AIDS and sexuality, he provides readers with an important insight into the way in which the criminal courts construct the concepts of harm, risk, causation, blame and responsibility. Taking into account the socio-cultural issues surrounding HIV/AIDS and their interaction with the law, Weait has written an excellent book for postgraduate and undergraduate law and criminology students studying criminal law theory, the trial process, offences against the person, and the politics of criminalisation. The book will also be of interest to health professionals working in the field of HIV/AIDS genito-urinary medicine who want to understand the issues that may face their clients and patients.