PERSUASIVE SPEECH OUTLINETOPIC: BENEFITS OF SOCIAL MEDIA IN DAY TO DAY LIFENAME:PERSUASIVE SPEECH TOPIC: DATE:COURSE AND SECTION:TOPIC : Safe sex is the best sexGeneral purpose:To persuadeSpeech goal: I want my audience to be convinced that using latex condoms as a method of contraception will reduce the chances of pregnancy and transmitting sexually transmitted infections (STIs).1. ATTENTION STEP:The video I am about to show might be uncomfortable for you to watch, but I would advise that you watch it carefully as it provides very useful information. The 30-second video clip is from a trailer of the film, “Contracted”, produced and uploaded to YouTube by Film Is Now Hollywood (2013).Transition: The way we treat our sexual health will directly impact the chances of pregnancies and being infected. 2. NEED STEPUnfortunately, many think any kind of birth control method will protect against sexually transmitted diseases ((STDs). Many methods also require a condom to reduce the risk of contracting STDs. According to the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS, 2015, the ages of 15 to 24 account for nearly half of the 20 million new cases of STDs yearly. The DHHS also says that four in ten sexually active teen girls have had an STD that could cause infertility or even death.The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA, 2015) reminds us that the AIDs virus is fatal as it has no known cure.Also the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (the CDC) 2014, provides that 1,700 teens ages 15 to 17 give birth every week.Giving birth during the teen years has been linked to increased medical risks for mom and baby (CDC, 2014). The same source states that becoming a teen mom often affects whether the mom finishes high school, goes to college and the type of job she will get.Transition Sentence: However, these issues can be prevented with proper use of condoms.3.SATISFACTION STEPThe correct use of latex condoms is highly effective in preventing sexual transmissions of HIV during oral, anal and vaginal intercourse, this according to Advocates for Youth (2014). Condoms when used effectively prevents herpes, syphilis, chlamydia, cervical cancer (CDC, 2014). From Advocates for Youth (2014), 95% of women who constantly use condoms as a method of contraception within a year will be pregnant free. That source provides the following:Always use a condom even if your partner doesn’t want to, or you think you know him/her very well. The CDC also provides that when using the male condom: Pinch air out of the tip of the condom, and unroll it all the way down the male organ. After sex but before pulling out, hold the condom at the base, pull out while holding the condom, carefully remove it and discard it in the trash. Throw away old condoms as they may be defective. Like rubber bands they weaken with age. Be sure to examine condoms before buying them.Don’t be embarrassed to go into a store and ask for condoms, as this shows that you’re being responsible, and accept sexuality as a part of normal living.Transitions: Just imagine, 4.VISUALIZATION STEP: Ladies and gentlemen with a range of benefits, it is important that you learn to use latex condoms effectively to protect yourselves and prevent unwanted pregnancies and develop infections. If you don’t follow my advice;You may become infected with an STD; you could cause severe damage to your reproductive organs and you could even die. The DHHS in 2015 states that you could become sterile; damage your heart, kidneys and brain, and even increase your risk of getting cancer of the cervix.If you follow my advice and the suggestions I provided, you could live a long and happy life and lower your chances of getting serious health issues due to STIs.Transition: What can you do, you may ask?5.ACTION STEP: For further information on how to prevent the spread of sexually transmitted diseases and to stay sexually healthy:Visit the Planned Parenthood website at planned parenthood.org, or call then at 1-800-230-PLAN. The Student Support and Wellness Center here at BCCC also provides regular workshops on maintaining good sexual health. The Center is located in the main building MNB 297 here at BCCC. You may call the director or her office to make an appointment at 410-462-8345, or to find out when the next workshops are coming up.Thank you all for listening.REFERENCESAdvocates for Youth. (2014). Condom Effectiveness. Retrieved November 21, 2015, from http://www.dvoocatesfor youth.org/publicationsCenters for Disease Control and Prevention. (2014) Preventing Pregnancies in Younger Teens. Retrieved November 21, 2015 from http:/cdc.gov/vital signs/young-teen-pregnancyPlanned Parenthood. (2014) Condoms. Retrieved November 21, 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5q65Brh4SI AND from https://www.plannedparenthood.org/learn birth-control/condomContracted official trailer (2013). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5q65Brh4SI Retrieved November 20 2015 from Youtube.U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (2015). Office of Adolescent Health. RetrievedNovember 21, 2015, from http://www.hhs.gov/ash/oah/adolescent-health-topics/reproductive-health/stds.htmlU.S. Food and Drug Administration. (2015). Condoms and Sexually transmitted Diseases. 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