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    Calendar Method
    A method for predicting fertility for women with regular menstrual cycles to attempt to predict their fertility by charting their menstrual cycles on a calendar.
    A type of yeast and a common cause of vaginitis.
    Not having sex play.
    The official suppression of information or expression.
    Cereberal Cortex
    The area of the brain associated with higher functions, including learning and perception.
    Cervical Cap
    A firm rubber cap intended to fit securely on the cervix. Used with contraceptive jelly, the cervical cap is a barrier method of birth control that is reversible and available only by prescription.
    Cervical Mucus Method
    A method for predicting a woman's fertility by observing changes in her cervical mucus.
    The narrow lower part of the uterus (womb), with an opening connecting the uterus to the vagina.
    A sexually transmitted bacterium that causes open genital sores.
    Chastity Belts
    A variety of devices designed to prevent women, men, or children from having sex. Used from medieval to modern times, these devices were also supposed to preserve morality. Some were meant to ensure fidelity in women in the absence of their husbands. Others were designed to prevent masturbation and nocturnal emissions in men and boys.
    Chemical Castrattion
    The use of a progestin-only injection to decrease sexual desire and arousal.
    Child Abuse
    Sexual assault against a child by an older person.
    Child Pornography
    Images of children designed to be sexually arousing.
    A common sexually transmitted organism that can cause sterility in women and men.
    An operation to remove the foreskin of the penis. See also
    The time of change that leads to menopause. The physiological midlife changes for women and men.
    An orgasm or to have orgasm.
    A qualified health care professional, such as a doctor, nurse practitioner, or physician assistant.
    Clitoral Hood
    A small flap of skin that covers and protects the clitoris.
    The female sex organ that is very sensitive to the touch - located between the labia at the top of the vulva.
    Living together in a sexual relationship.
    A viewing instrument with a bright light and magnifying lens that is used to examine the vagina and cervix.
    Combined Oral Contraceptive
    Birth control pills that contain the hormones estrogen and progestin.
    Coming Out
    The process of accepting and being open about one's sexual orientation.
    Companionate Love
    Affection and deep emotional attachment that may be erotic.
    Comstock Act
    An 1873 law that made it a federal crime to use the U.S. mail to distribute anything considered "obscene, lewd, lascivious, indecently filthy, or vile," including information about contraception, abortion, and sexual health.
    The moment when the pre-embryo attaches to the lining of the uterus and pregnancy begins; term also used to describe the fertilization of the egg.
    A sheath of thin rubber, plastic, or animal tissue that is worn on the penis during sexual intercourse. It is an over-the-counter, reversible barrier method of birth control, and it also provides protection against the most serious sexually transmitted infections.See also .
    Continous Abstinence
    Having no sex play for long periods of time - months or years.
    The prevention of pregnancy; birth control.
    Contraceptive Creams and Jellies
    Substances containing spermicide, which immobilizes sperm, preventing it from joining with the egg; used with diaphragms or cervical caps. These are over-the-counter, reversible barrier methods of birth control.
    Contraceptive Film
    Inserted deep into the vagina, a square of tissue that melts into a thick liquid and blocks the entrance to the uterus with a spermicide to immobilize sperm, preventing it from joining with an egg; an over-the-counter, reversible barrier method of birth control. Most effective when used with a condom.
    Contraceptive Foam
    Inserted deep into the vagina, a substance that blocks the entrance to the uterus with bubbles and contains a spermicide to immobilize sperm, preventing it from joining with an egg; an over-the-counter, reversible barrier method of birth control. Most effective when used with a condom.
    Contraceptive Suppository Capsule
    Inserted deep into the vagina, a solid that melts into a fluid liquid to immobilize sperm, preventing it from joining with an egg; an over-the-counter, reversible barrier method of birth control. Most effective when used with a condom.
    Corporal Punishment
    A form of discipline that inflicts pain on one's body.
    Corpus Cavernosa
    Two strips of tissue that ie on each side of the urethra in the penis. During sexual excitement, they fill with blood to create an erection.
    Corpus Spongiosum
    The tissue that surrounds the urethra inside the penis and is responsible, like the corpus cavernosa, for an erection; also the type of tissue that forms the glans of the clitoris and the penis.
    Cowper's Glands
    The glands beneath the prostate gland that are attached to the urethra. They produce a substance that makes seminal fluid sticky.
    Cremaster Reflex
    An automatic response to stimulation - for example, cold temperature or touching the inside of the thigh - in which the cremaster muscle pulls the scrotum and testes closer to the body.
    Cross Dresser
    A person who sometimes wears clothing associated with the opposite sex in order to have fun, entertain, gain emotional satisfaction, or make a political statement about gender roles, for example, drag kings and drag queens.
    The condition in which one or both of the testicles do not descend from the lower abdomen before puberty.
    Cultural Norm
    An activity, belief, or value that is shared by members of a particular culture. Deviation from cultural norms often invites scorn, ridicule, punishment, or banishment.
    The shared beliefs, values, heritage, customs, norms, art, food, language, and rituals of a community.
    An infection of the bladder.
    An infection that may be transmitted through sexual or intimate contact that may cause permanent disability, including hearing loss and mental retardation for infants and blindness and mental disorders for adults.