Sex education is instruction on issues relating to human sexuality, including human sexual anatomy, sexual reproduction, sexual intercourse, reproductive health, emotional relations, reproductive rights and responsibilities, abstinence, birth control, and other aspects of human sexual behavior. Common avenues for sex education are parents or caregivers, formal school programs, and public health campaigns. Human sexuality has biological, emotional/physical and spiritual aspects. The biological aspect of sexuality refers to the reproductive mechanism as well as the basic biological drive, Libido, that exists in all species, which is hormonally controlled. The emotional or physical aspect of sexuality refers to the bond that exists between individuals, and is expressed through profound feelings or physical manifestations of emotions of love, trust, and caring. There is also a spiritual aspect of sexuality of an individual or as a connection with others. Experience has shown that...
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When should parents talk about sex with their children
When should parents discuss the birds and bees, and how? Psychologists offer an age-specific guide You are at a family dinner and your four-year-old asks you where babies come from. What do you do? Shove a morsel into her mouth, ask her to look at more »
Last week while cleaning up my 15-year-old son's room, I was shocked to find a packet of condom in his wallet. I know at such young age, kids read about sex and want to try out thing for fun sake but its not right. I am really worried about him and more »
HOMOPHOBIAHomophobia is the deliberate targetting of lesbian and gay men based on ignorance,prejudice and fear.The targetting includes:1 Laws which forbid intimacy in public places.2 Lack of understanding of gay relationships.3 Invisibility of positive role models.4 Stereotyping on TV and film.5 Negative reporting and abuse in the media.6 Sex education in schools based on reproduction.7 Laws preventing same sex marriage.8 Discrimination from work on the grounds of sexuality.Sometimes homophobia more »
According to a new survey, sexting i.e sending and receiving sexually explicit images and messages is a normal part of most teenage relationships. Moreover, the study urges parents not to panic about teens ‘sexting’ and rather tells them to acc more »
Looking at the rise in rape cases in India , should self-defence be made compulsory training for school girls ? more »
Education: A threat to India's future
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Rethinking medical education in India - The Hindu
Pick the newspaper first thing in the morning and the top story reads: “another girl raped in the city’. Phew! With a series of follow up stories doing the rounds for next few days, it seems everyone is just busy sharing their viewpoint on why it happens, what should be done with the accused et al. But I wonder why no one tries to find the root cause of this problem and do something about it. Why all the time we start to blame women or men for that matter for whatever wrong happens? The onu more »
Hemant Kumar Ahirwar - Why parents are ashamed to talk about sex' and sex' education with their children?
Sex' education is an important part in the development as adult and the very right of every human.None other then parents can give sex' education in the most well mannered way.Then why are they ashamed to talk about sex' with their children.I raise more »