I have spoken at length about sex education on this blog with the aim of trying to assist ongoing education in this important area of human development in my small way.
I was though saddened to read this just now as reported in Psypost and written by Beth Ellwood;
This study says that sex education was better 25 years ago. Wow!
So why is that? Is this the pendulum of conservatism showing its hand or religion or both. Or is this something else altogether?
I am confused and genuinely interested in reading the article again and properly this time to see what has influenced this ordinary result.
If you read this article and have an opinion on it, please add a comment as I would like to understand this research and it subsequent results better.
BTW – here’s a link to the Reddit feed I found this article in…
This looks good.
And Happening is especially relevant at the moment with Texas and its new laws regarding abortion.
In Australia, the backwater that it can be at times, we also have a conservative government who can’t or won’t get its collective (pardon my use of that word. I understand it doesn’t apply to conservatives) head around women and their place as equals in society.
Check out the review above and maybe it appeals, or maybe not?
Either way, it highlights an issue we very much need to confront and work through in both genders.
Ani DiFranco – Tiptoe
I walked 6km’s in the Hawaiian sun to buy this album “Living In Clip” which I had heard first on 3RRR Melbourne – Off The Record (Saturday morning’s at 9am).
It was so worth it.