Sexual education or sexual education is the process of getting information, attitudes and beliefs about sexual, sexual identity, relationships, and intimidation. It is also used to teach human sexual anatomy, sexual reproduction, sexual intercourse, reproductive health, emotional relationships, and other aspects of human sexual behavior. It is generally accepted that young people have the right to sex education. This is because, in growing up, sexual attitudes and beliefs may be subject to sex and sexuality. Some information about these young people may sometimes be controversial and confusing. One in the media can promote the idea that sexual activity is mature and confident. On the other hand, some health messages are always hammered for sexual adverse effects such as sexually transmitted infections, unwanted pregnancies, and so on. These different opinions may be confusing among the population. Sexual education needs to exist before reading what the young can know about sex, supplementing their existing knowledge, and correcting any misleading information.
People from different sources get information about sex. It may be the media, friends, parents, schools, and health care institutions. The curriculum was part of the schools around the world. They say that formal or informal depends on the source. When the source is from a parent, friend, religious leader, casual conversation, or the media, they say they are informal. When it comes to schools or healthcare providers, this is called formal.
The purpose of sexual education
The primary purpose of sexual education is to reduce the negative outcomes of risky sexual behavior. It is a tool through which young people learn and accept sexual behavior. It is intended to inform people about the dangers of risky sexual behavior that may lead to unwanted teenage pregnancy and may lead to sexually transmitted infections, such as HIV, in other complications. It helps young people to develop a positive way of thinking about sex and sexuality. Improves relationships between young people. It also empowers young people against sexual abuse.
When does sex education begin?
While it is generally accepted that young people have the right to learn about sex, there are still controversial issues in many countries, especially the age when children should receive such education. In what age could children understand the concepts taught in sexual education? Should it be delayed until people are sexually active before they are exposed? Or do children have to hear that they later use the information in life when they really need it? Did you teach young people in the early age to have sex? People are concerned that sexual and sexuality information can lead to curiosity and sexual experimentation. In contrast, studies have shown that sexual education does not increase sexual activity. Or it has reduced sexual activity or increases the use of condoms. juveniles should be provided before and after the age of puberty before they develop their behavior. The exact age depends on the physical, emotional and intellectual development of young people and the level of information.
Curriculum of Sexual Education
The issue of informing young people in sexual education is still very controversial. Its content differs most from schools in different countries. Different people have an opinion and belief about sex, and this usually affects their willingness to accept sexual education on the basis of the fact that teaching is contradicted by moral tendencies. For example, the Roman Catholic Church strongly opposes any form of artificial contraceptive. On Sexual Education II. Pope John Paul in the apostolic hatred of the Familiaris consortio, gave the parents the responsibility of "giving their children a light and fine education" and that "if the ideologies in conflict with Christianity are in schools, the family must join the other families and help the children not to turn away from belief. "
In India, attempts by state governments to form a compulsory part of a school curriculum for sex education often encountered critical criticisms claiming Indian culture and misleading the children. In England and Wales, it is not compulsory in schools because parents may refuse to participate in their lessons. In some countries parents have to give their consent before their children can attend such classes. They believe that these variants are due to continuing contradictions in the curriculum of sexual education in different regions.
Subjects are generally treated for sex education according to the law of the region. Some of these include:
Men's and Women's Reproductive System
Physical and emotional changes in dependence
Dangers of Sexual Violence
they feel that the sexual education curriculum has damaged the antecedents of modesty and encouraged the adoption of immoral practices. Many religions teach that sex outside marriage is immoral, and believers prefer rather than just missing sexual education. For this reason, sexual orientation or experience with homosexuals, bisexuals, transsexuals and other immoral people is often ignored in sexual education. For safer sex practices for today, oral and anal sex, even the debate about the risks is lacking. These practices are becoming increasingly complex among young people and many people accept such actions, they believe they are risk free. Neglecting such deferred questions can ultimately cause harm to those concerned. Gender education must exist before applying a court approach to dealing with such delicate sexual issues. Persons involved in sexual education have their own attitudes and beliefs about sex and sexuality, but it is important not to negatively influence sexual education.