Boys Puberty Videos »

Traditionally much puberty material both focuses on, and engages, young females more than young males and this is our attempt to redress that balance. We hope you find these video clips useful as you deliver lessons around the subject of puberty and growing up. If you have any comments on them, please use the ‘Contact Us’ section of the website.

Content is split into five sections:

Introductory video …

Curved Erection (Peyronie’s Disease) »

… noticeable when the penis is erect. Most males have a slight bend in their penis, present from puberty.

What causes it?

The cause is unknown. The bend is caused by a growth of ‘plaque’ at the area affected. A hard lump can often be felt. You should visit a doctor to make sure there is no other problem. The bend may take a few months to develop and this can affect sexual performance. This may result in erectile dysfunction which will require further discussion and support. …

Resources »

… the copyright champion: amanda.minns@lanarkshire.scot.nhs.uk

RSHP Teaching Resource: Boys Puberty  Video page

 

Pre Coil Insertion Video:   https://www.wossexualhealthmcn.org.uk/west-of-scotland-managed-clinical-network/resources/patient-information-leaflets.htm

Easy Read Sexual Health Leaflets :  http://www.healthelanarkshire.co.uk/sexual-health-information

 

Parents »

… world around them

Will help parents and carers to brush up on what they already know about the puberty associated physical and emotional changes that children experience

Will give information about contraception

Will explore what children are being taught in school on this topic

Will help parents and carers to support their children and keep them safe

The Speakeasy Course is accredited. This means that parents and carers who choose this can gain an award which could help them …

Curved Erection (Peyronies Disease) »

… when the penis is erect.   Most males have a slight bend in their penis, present from puberty.     

What causes it?  

The cause is unknown.   The bend is caused by a growth of ‘plaque’ at the area affected.   A hard lump can often be felt.   You should visit a doctor to make sure there is no other problem.   The bend may take a few months to develop and this can affect sexual performance.   This may result in erectile …

Learning About Sex »

… people as not developing sexually in the same way as non-disabled people.

It is true that Puberty may begin a little later, or that some disabilities can affect sexual performance, but disability does not prevent sexual maturity, or remove sexual feelings, desires or curiosity.

Even if a disability does cause a loss of sexual function, we remain in tune with our sexuality. The physical and emotional aspects of sexuality, despite the physical loss of function, continue to be as …