Hey ONE Condoms fans. Today is Friday and that means it’s time for our weekly Links Roundup. At ONE we are committed to bringing you the most up to date information with everything regarding safe sex, sex education, condom use, and condom fashion.
So without further ado, listed are the most recent topics in the world of sexual health.
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Here are some up to the minute stories to help keep you protected for the week of Sept. 5th and into the weekend. Stay tuned in every friday for more of the latest in sexual health news with ONE condoms.
Recently in China, certain kindergartens in Shanghai have been using supplemental materials to enhance their sex education programs. Young children around the age of 5 are learning about sex and the human body by playing with dolls that feature very life like genitalia.
The sex education dolls have drawn much criticism from many individuals in China and other countries internationally. Many concerns revolving around the dolls include the worry that this introduction of sexual knowledge is too early to children aged 5 years old. Is this too young to introduce children to the parts of the human body?
Despite these concerns, China a country with an estimated 13 million abortions in annually, one of the highest rates in the world, is grappling with how to effectively teach sexual education in schools. In 2009, 2/3 of adolescents in China had very limited sexual reproductive health knowledge. 22% of Chinese below the age of 18 had sex before marriage and of those more than 50% of them used no contraception during their first encounter. 46 % of American high schoolers, by comparison, had had sex before marriage and of those nearly 85% of them used contraception during their first encounter. Safe sex practices need to be communicated to the youth.
In addition to the sex ed dolls, China has introduced an experimental sex education program to youngsters aged as young as 6. The curriculum includes graphical depictions and descriptions of sex. We know that sex education is extremely important amongst the youth today as we’ve seen nearly 1,000 young people under the age of 16 diagnosed with STI’s , included in our last post.
Is this method of hands on interaction with dolls an appropriate way to teach sexual education to the youth or is this too young to start the discussion of proper contraception techniques including condom use to children? Let us know your thoughts on this controversial teaching practice used in China?
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Good Afternoon condom connoisseurs. Today is Friday and that means it’s time for your weekly links roundup from ONE Condoms. ONE is here to keep you in the know with with anything related to sex education, condom use, and safe sex. The following links are the most recent events in the news regarding these topics. Be sure to be safe this weekend and don’t forget to keep yourself protected by using ONE.
Safe sex ad stars become parents
ACLU Lawsuit Moves to Keep Sex Offenders in House Near New Day Care Center
Examining the use of the ‘ABC safe sex’ campaign in Botswana
Pharmacy reports summer surge in visits to sexual health clinics
Cumbria sex crime victims go out of county for care
Sex FAQs: Fact or fiction?
College Dating: To Hook Up or Couple Up?
New York City Mandates Comprehensive Sex Education
Number of Nebraska same-sex couples increases since 2000
‘Sexting’ never safe
News for the Young: How Sex Can Get Better with Age
Should Michigan high school students learn how to use condoms?
School-Mandated Sex-Ed: It’s About Time!
Is new sex-ed text too graphic?
The sex ed hall of shame
Turks lack sex education, UNAIDS official warns
Educators: Parent Involvement Vital in Kids’ Sexuality Education