With a relationship marked by passion, the partner confidence increases, having unprotected sex becomes a constant due to the emotional involvement and intimacy of the couple, changing to the use of other contraceptive methods, such as a hormonal method contraceptive pill 7.It is also important to consider the fact that the teacher may feel unprepared or ill equipped to deal with the sexual education of their students 5. Menarche in girls and involuntary ejaculation in boys, and even masturbation, are evident physiologic expressions connected to the new and deep alterations being psychologically processed. As for Gonorrhea infection, both young women and men demonstrated lack of knowledge of the subject, mentioning sexual means of transmission infrequently vaginal and anal. Vulnerability, equity and universal coverage - a concept note. These modifications are inherently an experiential and transitory step for the adult phase 1 - 2. Persons using assistive technology might not be able to fully access information in this file. Using factor analysis, principal components approach, and those 9 questions, we generated a score. Of note, there was no explicit sex education or discussion around sex. Such intense physical and biological changes at this stage of human development affect the process of psychosocial construction of the adolescent's identity 1. Second, these data were self-reported by lead health education teachers or their designees, and the accuracy of their description of the HIV, other STD, and pregnancy prevention topics taught in required courses was not verified by other sources. As for television, its value is concerning since it presents such low interactivity. In our study, gender was not significantly associated with inconsistent condom use. Thus, to analyze human behavior has been an arduous task, especially when it comes to vulnerable groups such as adolescents residing in areas of land reform settlements. In other reports, girls reported safer behavior Dekin, ; Langille et al. Both of these positive studies assessed the Seattle Social Development Project.
Geneva; Key words: Men's Health; Adolescent; Masculinity; Sexually Transmitted Diseases; Health Vulnerability Introduction Adolescence is marked by great transformations and adaptations in the social environment, emotions and body, especially changes related to the phase and the phenomenon of sexuality.
Thus, many parents transfer the sexual education of their children to the school, and the school, in turn, has difficulty in performing this task.
Sexual behavior. It is believed that institutional projects such as the School Health Program and the Men's Health Care Program constitute essential tools to minimize factors of vulnerability in this population, since the school is recognized as a social facility that promotes socialization of experiences and contributes to the construction of the identity of the adolescent.
Sexual knowledge, however, is not restricted to that of sexual organs, not even to the first episode of sexual intercourse. In fact, most students reported self-perception of insufficient knowledge and expressed the need for further formal sex education.
In reality what has happened is that most teachers still teach content related to issues of relationships of human sexuality only from the biological sciences discipline perspective 21 Gil AC.