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    Glossary list of "P"
    Pap Test
    A procedure used to examine the cells of the cervix in order to detect infection and hormonal conditions. It can also detect precancerous and cancerous cells.
    An IUD that contains copper and can be left in place for 10 years.
    A sex practice that becomes necessary for sexual arousal but that is not approved by social norms.
    Parental Consent
    Requirement that one or both parents give written permission for a minor child to receive medical attention or to enter into a legal contract.
    Passionate Love
    Powerfully intense feelings of erotic attachment.
    A paraphilia in which sexual arousal for an adult becomes dependent on having sexual contact or fantasies of sexual contact with a child.
    Peer Pressure
    The efforts of a group of equals to maintain conformity to the group's social norms.
    Pelvic Exam
    Physical examination of the vulva, vagina, cervix, uterus, and ovaries - usually includes taking cervical cells for a Pap test and a manual exam of the internal pelvic organs.
    Pelvic Girdle
    A bony and muscular structure inside a woman's body that supports her internal sex and reproductive organs.
    A man's reproductive and sex organ that is formed of spongy tissue and fills with blood during sexual excitement, a process known as erection. Urine and seminal fluid pass through the penis.
    Perfect Use
    The contraceptive effectiveness for women and men whose use is consistent and always correct.
    Performance Anxiety
    The fear of being unable to please a partner.
    The period of change leading to menopause
    The days during menstruation.
    Periodic Abstinence
    Not having vaginal intercourse during the "unsafe days" of a woman's fertile phase in order to prevent pregnancy.
    Peyronie's Disease
    A rare condition that is caused by fibrous growths inside the penis.
    Odors given off by animals that attract the other gender.
    Physical Fitness
    A condition of good health that results from healthful foods, exercise, and regular medical checkups.
    A paraphilia in which sexual arousal becomes dependent on viewing pornographic pictures, movies, or videos with or without a partner.
    PID (Pelvic Inflammatory Disease)
    An infection of a woman's internal reproductive system that can lead to sterility, ectopic pregnancy, and chronic pain. It is often caused by sexually transmitted infections such as gonorrhea and chlamydia.
    Pill, The
    Common expression for oral hormonal contraception.
    The stage of sexual arousal in which a person has been sexually excited and may approach orgasm. The third stage of the sexual response cycle.
    Having more than one spouse
    Erotic imagery that is considered obscene and offensive.
    Post-Ovulation Method
    A method of contraception using periodic abstinence or FAMs from the beginning of menstruation until the morning of the fourth day after predicted ovulation - more than half of the menstrual cycle.
    The liquid that oozes out of the penis during sexual excitement before ejaculation; produced by the Cowper's glands.
    The ball of cells that develops from the fertilized egg until after about nine days, when it attaches to the lining of the uterus and the embryo is formed.
    Premarital Sex
    Sexual intercourse between people before marriage.
    Premature Ejaculation
    Ejaculation occurring before a man wants it to occur - often before his partner reaches orgasm.
    A continuous partial erection without sexual stimulation that is caused by dysfunctional blood flow into the corpus cavernosa.
    Primary Sex Characteristics
    The body organs and reproductive structures and functions that differ between women and men. The differences include the external and internal sex and reproductive organs. It also includes a woman's ability to produce eggs and a man's ability to produce sperm.
    The belief that women have the right to choose abortion.
    An IUD containing natural hormones that must be replaced every year
    A synthetic progesterone.
    A hormone produced in the ovaries of women that is important in puberty, menstruation, and pregnancy.
    A device used to prevent infection; the condom.
    An enlargement and inflammation of the prostate gland that results in a dull persistent pain in the lower back, testes, scrotum, and glans of the penis. There may also be a thin mucus discharge from the penis, especially in the morning.
    The performance of sexual acts for pay.
    An internal reproductive organ below the bladder that produces a fluid that helps sperm move.
    The study of the mind and its processes.
    A time in life when a girl is becoming a woman and a boy is becoming a man. Puberty is marked by physical changes of the body such as breast development and menstruation in girls and facial hair growth and ejaculation in boys.
    Pubic Hair
    Hair that grows in the genital area of women and men. Pubic hair is a secondary sex characteristic appearing at puberty.
    Pubic Lice
    Tiny insects that can be sexually transmitted. They live in pubic hair and cause intense itching in the genitals or anus.
    Early American Protestant colonists who established English laws and social and sexual mores in the northeastern United States. Though actually less sexually restrictive than commonly believed, the Puritan is now the symbol of sexual suppression.