Today, teenagers can study gender health from a variety of sources: books, magazines, Internet,… But there are still knowledge that nearly no one knows.
1. Gender health is not only biology
Most s.e.x education materials include diagram to diagram of body composition, reproductive function,… These diagrams provide really useful information that you needs to know how to not be pregnant unintentionally, to not infect s.e.xually transmitted diseases,… But human’s s.e.x is not just about s.e.xual instinct, it’s about emotion. During puberty, teenagers also often follow their heart instead of their. Therefore, being able to communicate lessons that contain more emotion about s.e.xual intercourse will help the teen “feel” better knowledge.
2. Respect personal boundaries
S.e.x health lessons should teach the teen that respecting the personal boundaries is important. If your person says “no” to s.e.xual intercourse, you need to respect it and wait till they’re ready. If you are a partner who is suggested to have s.e.x, there is nothing to be ashamed of or afraid to shake the head before the request. Every personal desire and decision to refuse is worthy of respect.
3. Differences in s.e.xual orientation are normal
From ancient to present, we are often taught about gender differences and s.e.xual emotion between the two male-female factions, the current s.e.x health lessons also rarely refer to cases of distinct s.e.xual orientation. If your friend or classmate with you tends to like the same gender, it is natural and has nothing left with the moral, social norms.
4. S.e.xuality does not say the value of your people-teen health lessons should know
No less boyfriend said that more relations with girls, the more proud, proves you are attractive. Well no fewer girlfriends think that, after having ties, no more gold thousand, you have lost your dignity, morals. This is totally misleading. S.e.x health lessons should often teach teen that s.e.x is not a measure of the value of anybody. Your values are only measured as you are, the ideal you live, the perception you’re pursuing, rather than false thoughts about s.e.xual behaviour.