Literature Review Of Sex Education

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Review of Related Literature
Sex Education is one of some controversies that Filipinos had. Since the government session is open to public, people tend to have their own opinions regarding this. Few of us knows that sex education is concerning on how children will cope up in their sexual life. This is not all about sex itself, but there is “more” in sex education.
Content of Sex Education
According to Yepoyan (2014) sexuality education can be considered a complex intervention in several respects: It is an area imbued with moral values and judgments, since it addresses one of the most sensitive aspects of human experience – sexuality. Teaching about sexuality to young people before marriage is acutely sensitive in many cultures. Second, its
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The content also has abstinence, contraception, family planning, body image, sexual orientation, sexual pleasure, values, decision making, communication, dating, relationship sexually transmitted infections (STI) and how to avoid them and birth control method. Sexuality education helps to developed and established the ability of children to make satisfying decisions and respectful choices regarding to sexual health. (European Expert Group in Sexuality Education, 2016). Sexuality education does not deprive children of their ‘innocence’. Giving children information on sexuality that is scientifically accurate, non-judgmental, age-appropriate and complete, as part of a carefully phased process from the beginning of formal schooling (including kindergarten and pre-school) is something from which children can…show more content…
Sex Differences and their Roles in Society
According to Wood (2011), viewing education as the main instrument in producing equal life chances is unwise because that would require the precondition that outside-school influences must also be equalised such as family income and cultural expectations. In a society where girls and women are viewed as unequal to boys and men, there is little possibility for schools to compensate and so equalise girls’ life chances. Being a girl might be seen as one of these benefits, since girls do better in many aspects of schooling as to Sammon (2012).
On the other hand Ardinger (2012) when discussing sex education in the United States, there are a number of reasons as to why it is a controversial subject taught in schools. Differences questions of age appropriateness, and varying opinions in regards to whether co-ed or single sex education is more effective, all plague the integration of successful sex education programs into schools across the
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