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    Sacred
    Devoted to religious purpose.
    Sadism
    A paraphilia in which sexual arousal becomes dependent on sexual role play or fantasy that includes giving punishment, discipline, or humiliation.
    Sadomasochism(S and M)
    The consensual use of domination and/or pain for sexual stimulation in sex play. The "sadist" is the partner who dominates and inflicts pain. The "masochist" is the partner who is dominated and receives pain.
    Safe Word
    A previously agreed upon signal that means a partner is no longer enjoying a sexual activity and it must stop.
    Safer Sex
    Ways in which people reduce the risk of getting sexually transmitted infections, including HIV.
    Sample
    The group of people or subjects studied in a research project.
    Sanitary Pad
    An absorbent "napkin" made of cotton or similar fibers that is worn against the vulva to absorb menstrual flow.
    Satyriasis
    The desire by a man to have sex very frequently with many different partners.
    Scabies
    Tiny mites that can be sexually transmitted. They burrow under the skin, causing intense itching - usually at night - and small bumps or rashes that appear in dirty-looking, small curling lines, especially on the penis, between the fingers, on buttocks, breasts, wrists, and thighs, and around the navel.
    Scrotum
    A sac of skin, divided into two parts, enclosing the testes, epididymides, and a part of the vasa deferentia.
    Secondary Sex Characteristic
    Characteristics of the body that are caused by hormones, develop during puberty, and last through adult life. For women, these include breast development and widened hips. For men, they include facial hair development. Both genders develop pubic hair and underarm hair.
    Secular
    Devoted to human purpose.
    Self Esteem
    Self-respect; worthwhile feeling.
    Semen
    Fluid containing sperm that is ejaculated during sexual excitement. Semen is composed of seminal fluid from the seminal vesicles, fluid from the prostate, and fluid from the Cowper's glands.
    Seminal Fluid
    A fluid that nourishes and helps sperm to move. Seminal fluid is made in the seminal vesicles.
    Seminal Vesicle
    One of two small organs located beneath the bladder that produce seminal fluid.
    Seminiferous Tubules
    A network of tiny tubules in the testes that constantly produce sperm. Seminiferous tubules also produce androgens, the "male" sex hormones.
    Sex
    Gender; the act of sex play.
    Sex Cell
    A reproductive cell.
    Sex Drive
    Our natural urge and desire to have sex.
    Sex Play
    Any voluntary sexual activity, with or without a partner.
    Sex Theraphy
    Treatment to resolve a sexual problem or dysfunction such as premature ejaculation, inability to have orgasm, or low level of sexual desire.
    Sex Worker
    One who is paid for providing sex or sexually arousing conditions, including prostitution, striptease, lap dancing, commercial phone sex, and erotic massage.
    Sexism
    Bias against a certain gender - especially against women.
    Sexology
    The scientific study of sex and sexuality through many disciplines including, but not limited to, anthropology, biology, sociology, history, psychology, medicine, and law.
    Sexual Abuse
    Sexual activity that is harmful or not consensual.
    Sexual Addiction
    The compulsive search for having very frequent sex.
    Sexual Assault
    The use of force or coercion, physical or psychological, to make a person engage in sexual activity.
    Sexual Aversion Disorder
    The fear of sexual contact.
    Sexual Compulsives Anonymous
    A self-help recovery group for women and men who want to control what they believe to be sexual addictions.
    Sexual Compulsion
    An obsession with having very frequent sex, often with many different sex partners.
    Sexual Conflict
    The clash between sex drive and sexual inhibition.
    Sexual Desire
    A strong physically arousing attraction.
    Sexual Discomfort
    Feelings of sexual inhibition that are not as severe as dysfunctions.
    Sexual Double Standard
    See Double Standard.
    Sexual Disfunction
    A psychological or physical disorder of sexual function.
    Sexual Harassment
    Unwanted sexual advances with suggestive gestures, language, or touching.
    Sexual Identity
    Feelings about one's own sexual orientation, gender, gender role, and gender identity.
    Sexual Norm
    A cultural norm regarding sex or sexuality.
    Sexual Orientation
    The term used to describe the gender of the objects of our sexual desires. People who feel sexual desire for members of the other gender are heterosexual, or straight. People who feel sexual desire for people of the same gender are homosexual, or gay. Gay women are called lesbians. People who are attracted to both genders are bisexuals.
    Sexual Repression
    The suppression of sexual activities, ideas, or identities that are perceived to be harmful or morally wrong.
    Sexual Response Cycle
    The pattern of response to sexual stimulation. The five stages of the cycle are desire, excitement, plateau, orgasm, and resolution.
    Sexual Seduction
    Legally, the encouragement of a younger or less mature person into an illegal sexual situation.
    Sexual Stereotype
    An overly simplified judgment or bias regarding the sexuality of a person or group.
    Sexually Transmitted Infections
    Infections that are often or usually passed from one person to another during sexual or intimate contact.
    Sexuality
    The interplay of gender, gender role, gender identity, sexual orientation, sexual preference, and social norms as they affect physical, emotional, and spiritual life.
    Sexually Transmitted Infections
    Infections that are often or usually passed from one person to another during sexual or intimate contact.
    Shaft
    A part of the penis and clitoris.
    Shot The
    A progestin that is injected every 12 weeks to prevent pregnancy. It is a reversible method of birth control available only by prescription.
    Smegma
    A sticky, white, unpleasant-smelling substance produced at the glans of the penis. It is formed by bacteria and body oils.
    Social Stigma
    Severe disapproval for behavior that is not within cultural norms.
    Sociology
    The study of human relationships, interactions, beliefs, values, behaviors, and their meanings.
    Sodomy
    Oral or anal intercourse
    Somatotropin
    The human growth hormone secreted by the pituitary gland.
    Spectatoring
    The habit of thinking about, comparing, grading, and monitoring one's sexual performance while having sex.
    Speculum
    A plastic or metal instrument used to separate the walls of the vagina so the clinician can examine the vagina and cervix.
    Speculum Exam
    Physical examination of the walls of the vagina and cervix that is accomplished by using a speculum.
    Sperm
    The reproductive cells in men, produced in the seminiferous tubules of the testes.
    Spermarche
    The time when sperm is first produced by the testes of a boy.
    Spermatogenesis
    The process of producing sperm. Spermatogenesis occurs in the seminiferous tubules of the testes.
    Spermicides
    Chemicals used to immobilize sperm and protect against certain sexually transmitted infections.
    Spirochete
    Organism that causes syphilis.
    Squeeze Technique
    A method for postponing early ejaculation.
    Statutory Rape
    Sexual intercourse between an adult and anyone who is below the age of consent, whether or not it is voluntary.
    Sexually Transmitted Disease(STD)
    A sexually transmitted infection that has developed symptoms.
    Stereotype
    An overly simplified judgment or bias regarding a person or group.
    Sterilization
    Surgical methods of birth control that are intended to be permanent - blocking of the fallopian tubes for women or the vasa deferentia for men.
    Stimuli
    Things that excite response or action.
    Straight
    Heterosexual.
    Stranger Rape
    Coerced sexual intercourse by an assailant unknown to the victim.
    Stress
    Being made to feel threatened or challenged in some way.
    Syphilis
    A sexually transmitted organism that can lead to disorders, or death.