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Sexually transmitted infections are an ever growing concern in developing countries. In Pakistan it has been an estimated 97, 0. Dearth of available information has made it difficult to assess the full extent of the STI problem. A reason for this shortage of data has been attributed to lack of awareness and research. This study aimed to evaluate the sexual practices of students in Karachi. This cross sectional study was conducted at four colleges in Karachi, Pakistan.

College students were included without any restriction of age and gender. Ethical approval was obtained from all institutions. Self-administered questionnaire was used to access the knowledge and practices of students regarding Sexually transmitted diseases.

Frequencies and percentage were calculated for each variable. Overall male participants were , while females participated in the study. The most preferred method of contraceptive recognized by the students was condoms males Research needs to be undertaken to employ policies at an administrative level to introduce change in the curriculum and rectify related issues in order to conceive better sexual practices in adolescents.

HIV is a slowly replicating retrovirus that causes AIDS Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome , a condition in humans in which continued dysfunction of the immune system makes the body susceptible to attacks by fatal opportunistic infections and cancers. A high relation of the transfer of the disease from person to person has been attributed to sexual intercourse.

Globally there are more than There have been reported cases in almost all regions of the world, but the high incidence of the disease has been associated to low- middle income social demographics in low income countries, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa.

As of there have been more than 2 million AIDs related fatalities worldwide, a high proportion of these fatalities were in the South Asia region , persons. High drug use and increasing trends of extramarital intercourse have been acknowledged reasons for the rise of the AIDS epidemic locally especially among sex workers, dwellers of squatter colonies and drug users.

It infects the keratinocytes of the skin or mucus membrane. Usually asymptomatic, this disease can become symptomatic in some patients and may cause benign papilloma or cancers of the cervix, vulva, vagina, penis, oropharynx and anus. More than 30 types of the virus are transmitted through sexual intercourse and involve the anus and genital area. Worldwide screening and treatment campaigns have been proved effective in controlling the rising trend of the disease.

It has been estimated by certain studies, that prevalence of HPV is much less in Pakistan, reasons for which include cultural and social taboos surrounding having multiple sexual partners, but as is common for all diseases, without adequate awareness and steps for prevention, spread is highly certain Dawn, Understanding the role of contraceptives in birth control is as important as understanding their role in preventing STIs.

Ideally, advantages offered by primary prevention which include abstinence or at least limiting the number of sexual partners preferring long term mutually monogamous relationships are far greater than secondary protection artificial contraception methods National Prevention Information Network, Reality however is that negligence of the former will continue, hence it is necessary to bring about greater awareness of contraceptive devices as a means to curb the STI epidemic.

The major types of contraceptives include barriers condoms , oral contraceptives and natural methods. Male condoms are barrier contraceptives which consist of a rubber latex sheath worn over the erect penis before copulation.

The condom effectively covers that portion of the males anatomy entering the female, and by barring the ejaculate from entering the vagina, it helps prevent the transmission of STIs via exchange of bodily fluids. There are number of articles where it has been evidenced that condom use does not prevent the transmission of HPV Baseman, ; Skouby, ; Thun et al.

This just further validates the importance of individuals knowing what contraceptive is best in the pursuit of safe sex. Oral contraceptives have a high efficacy of pregnancy prevention but since they do not provide mechanical prevention against exchange of body fluids, they are inevitably limited in their use as STI prophylactics.

Withdrawal method is a frequently practiced method for contraception, particularly in certain low income countries. Research conducted in different countries has shown that university students to a large extent are aware of these topics Agius et al.

However a dearth of certifiable research conducted in Pakistan has prompted us to conduct a research to get a better understanding of where students in major universities stand. The implications of such a research cannot be overstated. Pakistan, being a low income country, is as yet suffering from a largely privatized healthcare system. Any research conducted to assess the need for better prophylactic care, can only be advantageous towards decreasing the burden on the tertiary care hospitals.

The aim of this study is to gain an insight into the sexual practices of students in Karachi. In the current era of globalization and as sensitive topics are being discussed more frequently such as sexual practices in adolescent , this study adds and updates the scant existing literature available in the Pakistan.

This cross sectional study was conducted at four colleges located in the city of Karachi. Two of them were public while two were private.

The duration of the data collection and analysis was seven months, starting from January till July Knowledge and practices of students were evaluated through a self-administered questionnaire.

The questionnaire was in English language as the medium of instruction in in all institution was English. Students were told regarding the nature of the study, and written consent was obtained from all the respondents before the filling of the questionnaire. The participants included were college students with no age or gender restrictions.

The students were non-medical and studied subjects related to business, economic , social sciences and administration. All students were the citizens of Pakistan; however a few belonged from different cities of Pakistan. Students were randomly selected in the colleges and the confidentiality of their identity was guaranteed. The participants were briefed regarding the mode of transmission, signs and symptoms, complications, prevention, treatment and prognosis of various sexually transmitted diseases by an infectious disease specialist after filling the questionnaire.

The study has followed a model of School-linked sexual health services for young people SSHYP and further modified according to the local socio-cultural norms in Pakistan. Frequency and percentages were calculated for each qualitative variable. Preferred method of contraception amongst those students and breakup. The total numbers of male participants were while females participated in the study.

Among the respondents, male and female were undergraduate students and male and 68 female students were graduate level students Table 1.

Regarding sexual practices of the students, Majority of males Human Papillomavirus Figure 2: Sexual Practices of the Students. The most preferred method of contraceptive by the students was condoms males Majority of the students did not mention their preferred method of contraception male Preffered Method of Contraception in Students. Our study demonstrated that non-medical students in Karachi had varying knowledge on different aspects of sexually transmitted disease.

Women were found to be more aware regarding healthy sexual practices and STI. At the turn of the twentieth century, WHO released a study on the global prevalence and incidence of selected curable STIs. Results from our study are similar in nature as almost 75 percent of the females and 60 percent of the males failed to answer that whether the contraceptives have been proved useful in preventing STIs and what was the most effective measure to prevent STI.

Such a question hoped to elicit two important conclusions. Firstly, whether the students have enough prior knowledge aiding their answers regarding prophylactic management of STDs? And secondly, assuming they do have knowledge to some extent, whether they can correctly identify the best method. When it comes to knowledge, we were quickly made aware that the students were indeed lacking in awareness. This speaks fairly when compared with major trends in other developing countries facing similar epidemics.

An important complementary finding of our research was one derived from the question pertaining to the "introduction of Sexual Health Topics in the core Curriculum". Almost 50 percent of both gender populations were averse to this proposal.

Many juxtaposed theories can be formulated, regarding this apparent disregard for attainment of health related knowledge in a professionally organized, systematic fashion. Socio-economic concerns, religious ideologies, cultural taboos, and close-knit-family oriented upbringing; are all cited as contributors to such an attitude.

Since we are talking about college going students with a much more conservative upbringing than their colleagues from western nations, the only relevant conclusion can be that without experience in the usage and indications of these devices, students cannot make an educated guess towards which one is more effective in preventing STDs. Now there was a certain percentage of the sample These percentages add up to realize that This is a positive sign, showing that at least for some individuals, the Word of Mouth, Social Media interactions and Mass Media Propagation of the merits of using contraceptive devices has made an impact in their thinking.

The findings of our study to a certain extent reflect that although some individuals do know about the global attitude towards STD prevention, more awareness is very much needed and the best groups of individuals to target are college going students.

Limitations in our study questionnaire prevented us from eliciting whether or not these individuals have indeed participated in sexual intercourse at any point prior to answering our questions, which could bias the results and this can be the basis for further research into the topic. Vaccines are currently available with evident efficacy in preventing HPV; however one concern we had was that the general student body would not be aware of these, and the results support our hypothesis.

Males were disappointingly negligent with only Females, though higher in proportion at This deficiency needs to be addressed in a manner similar to one employed in other developing countries Cuzick, Arbyn, Sankaranarayanan et al.

The present study may contribute to the existing data and should be used by the concerned authorities government or non-government organizations to evaluate and implement interventions that may benefit sexual health in students. Research must be undertaken to find the feasibility of making PAP smears and vaccines more widely available to sexually active women of reproductive age group. Sexual behaviour and related knowledge among a representative sample of secondary school students between and Australian and New Zealand journal of public health , 34 5 , The epidemiology of human papillomavirus infections.

Journal of Clinical Virology , 32 , Why do women experience untimed pregnancies? A review of contraceptive failure rates. Epidemiology and transmission dynamics of genital HPV infection. Vaccine , 24 , SS Fact sheet for public health personnel. Condom effectiveness against non-viral sexually transmitted infections:

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After Cartwright goes to fulfill her end of the bargain, an increasingly deranged Andrews vilifies her, calling her "whore of Babylon". The others, however, understand the sacrifice the doctor has made and why. In the evening, the Mongols gather in a circle and organize wrestling matches for entertainment, with Dr. Cartwright watching the spectacle at Tunga Khan's side, as his new concubine. When the lean warrior Woody Strode who had been ogling Cartwright all evening steps into the ring to face the winner of a bout, Tunga Khan insists on accepting the challenge himself and breaks the man's neck.

Cartwright manages to convince Tunga Khan to let the other women go, including Miss Ling. Before Miss Argent leaves, she sees the doctor hide a bottle that she had earlier called poison. She urges Cartwright not to do what she is planning, but to no avail. With the others safely away, Cartwright, now in a geisha outfit, goes to Tunga Khan's room and secretly poisons two drinks. She subserviently offers a cup to Tunga Khan, as she utters, "So long, ya bastard.

Then, after a moment's hesitation, Cartwright drinks from the second cup. TSPDT list of the greatest films of all time. The list is based on a poll of 1, film critics , scholars, and cinephiles, as well as a culling of over existing "greatest film" lists.

Cartwright, and Rosalind Russell lobbied for the part, but eventually Patricia Neal was cast. Ford began the film on 8 February on the MGM backlot, but after three days of filming, Neal had a stroke.

Anne Bancroft took over the role of Dr. Cartwright but Ford was unhappy with Bancroft and called her "the mistress of monotone".

Ford chose Otho Lovering to edit the film; they had first worked together on Stagecoach Lovering edited most of Ford's feature films in the s. As Ford was a devout Catholic, the film shows the difference between the claim of being moral and the act of morals; the stark contrast between compassion and sacrifice to the austere holier-than-thou philosophy.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Seven Women disambiguation. Despite the amount of care taken in regularly trimming the toenails, they would often in-grow, becoming infected and causing injuries to the toes. Sometimes, for this reason, the girl's toenails would be peeled back and removed altogether. The tightness of the binding meant that the circulation in the feet was faulty, and the circulation to the toes was almost cut off, so any injuries to the toes were unlikely to heal and were likely to gradually worsen and lead to infected toes and rotting flesh.

The necrosis of the flesh would also initially give off a foul odor, and later the smell may come from various microorganisms that colonized the folds. If the infection in the feet and toes entered the bones, it could cause them to soften, which could result in toes dropping off; however, this was seen as a benefit because the feet could then be bound even more tightly.

Girls whose toes were more fleshy would sometimes have shards of glass or pieces of broken tiles inserted within the binding next to her feet and between her toes to cause injury and introduce infection deliberately. Disease inevitably followed infection, meaning that death from septic shock could result from foot-binding, and a surviving girl was more at risk for medical problems as she grew older. At the beginning of the binding, many of the foot bones would remain broken, often for years.

However, as the girl grew older, the bones would begin to heal. Even after the foot bones had healed, they were prone to re-breaking repeatedly, especially when the girl was in her teenage years and her feet were still soft. Bones in the girls' feet would often be deliberately broken again in order to further change the size or shape of the feet.

This was especially the case with the toes, as small toes were especially desirable. Before footbinding was practiced in China, admiration for small feet already existed as demonstrated by the Tang dynasty tale of Ye Xian written around by Duan Chengshi. This tale of a girl who lost her shoe and then married a king who sought the owner of the shoe as only her foot was small enough to fit the shoe contains elements of the European story of Cinderella , and is thought to be one of its antecedents.

Some also considered bound feet to be intensely erotic, and Qing Dynasty sex manuals listed 48 different ways of playing with women's bound feet. Some men preferred never to see a woman's bound feet, so they were always concealed within tiny "lotus shoes" and wrappings.

According to Robert van Gulik , the bound feet were also considered the most intimate part of a woman's body; in erotic art of the Qing to Song periods where the genitalia may be shown, the bound feet were never depicted uncovered. An erotic effect of the bound feet was the lotus gait, the tiny steps and swaying walk of a woman whose feet had been bound.

Women with such deformed feet avoided placing weight on the front of the foot and tended to walk predominantly on their heels.

As a result, women who had undergone foot-binding would walk in a cautious and unsteady manner. A common argument is that the revival of Confucianism as Neo-Confucianism during the Song dynasty resulted in the decline of the status of women, and that in addition to promoting the seclusion of women and the cult of widow chastity , it also contributed to the development of footbinding.

Some Confucian moralists in fact disapproved of the erotic associations of footbinding, and unbound women were also praised. It is however argued that such injunction applies less to women, rather it is meant to emphasize the sacred link between sons and their parents.

Furthermore, it is argued that Confucianism institutionalized the family system in which women are called upon to sacrifice themselves for the good of the family, a system that fostered such practice. Historian Dorothy Ko proposed that footbinding may be an expression of the Confucian ideals of civility and culture in the form of correct attire or bodily adornment, and that footbinding was seen as a necessary part of being feminine as well as being civilized.

Footbinding was often classified in Chinese encyclopedia as clothing or a form of bodily embellishment rather than mutilation; one from for example placed footbinding in a section on "Female Adornments" that included hairdos, powders, and ear-piercings. According to Ko, the perception of footbinding as a civilised practice may be evinced from a Ming dynasty account that mentioned a proposal to "entice [the barbarians] to civilize their customs" by encouraging footbinding among their womenfolk.

Foot binding is often seen by feminists as an oppressive practice against women who were victims of a sexist culture. She argued that women, by retaining their small bound feet, made themselves subservient as it would mean women imprisoning themselves indoors.

She believed that women should emancipate themselves from oppression, that girls can ensure their independence through education, and that they should develop new mental and physical qualities fitting for the new era. Some scholars such as Laurel Bossen and Hill Gates reject the theories that bound feet in China were considered more beautiful, or that it was a means of male control over women, a sign of class status, or a chance for women to marry well.

They argued that foot binding was important in work, and can be seen as a way by mothers to tie their daughters down, train them in handwork and keep them close at hand.

It has also been argued that while the practice started out as a fashion, it persisted because it became an expression of Han identity after the Mongols invaded China in , and later the Manchus' conquest in , as it was then practiced only by Han women.

The bound foot has played a prominent part in many media works, both Chinese and non-Chinese, modern and traditional. These depictions are sometimes based on observation or research and sometimes on rumors or supposition.

Sometimes, as in the case of Pearl Buck 's The Good Earth , the accounts are relatively neutral, implying a respect for Chinese culture and assuming that it is not the role of outsiders to promote reform. Sometimes the accounts seem intended to rouse like-minded Chinese and foreign opinion to abolish the custom, and sometimes the accounts imply condescension or contempt for China. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Foot binding A Chinese woman showing her foot, image by Lai Afong , c.

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