Sex, Sexuality, And Sexual Health

942 WordsMay 31, 20164 Pages
Many educators feel anxious or hesitant in address the topics of sex, sexuality, and sexual health especially in developing country. They may feel confused about what to teach and when to teach it. Many countries are now starting to teach the younger generation about sexual health. Although, North America and Europe have sexual education in their school; many developing countries lack sexual education which leads to high rate of teen pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV. Some of the developing countries are attempting to break the traditional ways of thinking and come up with program to teach their citizens especially youth about sexual health. The parents and guardians are ideal to be the primary sexuality educators of their children. Although, parents and guardians can provide sexual education for their children; as for complex issues other than basic information about sexual health, many parents may need resources, expertise, and aid from schools and other organizations. It is important that young people receive age-appropriate sexual health information and develop practical skills for keeping healthy to their body. In developing countries, many people belief that the sex education is refer to the sexual behaviors such as sexual intercourse. They don’t know that sexuality have many topic that include “information and concerns about abstinence, body image, contraception, gender, human growth and development, human reproduction, pregnancy,
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