A post on Weibo this week by a mother complaining about the blunt language and graphic illustrations in an elementary school textbook on sex education given to her child has sparked a debate on Chinese social media. I myself would blush looking at it," the mother, from Hangzhou in east China's Zhejiang Province and identified only by her username Xinnianggenzhuagnyingzi, wrote on the Weibo social networking platform. Pictures alongside her post showed the textbook featured not only illustrations of the reproductive organs and of two people having sex, but also portrayed discussions about sexual harassment.
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Distributed for Semiotext e. A scathing view of sex manuals for children and society's hypocrisy of over sex that argues for the rights of children to their own bodies and their own sexuality. Why is pleasure "doubled" when it's "shared"? Do you really have to cut pleasure in two so that it'll exist?
In Bulgaria, sex education is not part of the compulsory curriculum in schools. That means it's up to every school in the country to decide whether they even want to address sex ed at all. In fact, just 10 percent of schools teach sex ed, according to a speech by the Bulgarian Ombudsman, Maya Manolova.
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Here's how to inoculate ourselves against negative ones. Verified by Psychology Today. The Author Speaks. For many people, problems with sexual response reflect the intrusion of their conscious, goal-oriented mind into an activity of the body that goes awry from psychological pressure.