Sex education is every child’s right

  Everyone knows how often people suffer dating violence, rape or sexual molestation and this highlights the need for improved human rights protection in every 21st century society. A responsive, well-equipped and efficient governmental systems such as the police, policymakers and courts, including advocacy groups, are therefore required to curb the menacing impact from rapists, … Continue reading Sex education is every child’s right

Woman angry with friend for teaching her 9-year-old son about sex and condoms

  A mum was left shocked and "disappointed" to discover her nine-year-old son was given a sex education talk when he was at a friend's sleepover. The post, which was written on Mumsnet, has left many users shocked after her son was given a lesson in "sex" education by his friend's 15-year-old brother who schooled … Continue reading Woman angry with friend for teaching her 9-year-old son about sex and condoms

How sexual violence against children is misconstrued in China

Sex-related topics are often viewed with myopic goggles around China, and most educators who dare to discuss sex in public or among children always get it distorted for fear of either portraying themselves as perverts or attracting the wrath of unrepentant traditionalists who view sex education as a taboo. In light of the "socio-cultural backwardness" … Continue reading How sexual violence against children is misconstrued in China

University Lecturer crucified for saying “a Woman’s Virginity is the best gift for her Husband”

A female university lecturer in China has defended her statement that a woman's "virginity is the best gift" she can ever give her husband. Ding Xuan went viral with her stance on chastity and marriage during a public lecture she delivered on 14 May, 2017 Xuan, a popular figure in China's traditional culture, said she … Continue reading University Lecturer crucified for saying “a Woman’s Virginity is the best gift for her Husband”

The impact of tradition, morality and law on sex education in China

Over the years, "sex education" in China hasn't been an acceptable subject for adolescents as most parents and even teachers avoid it like plague. People who brand themselves as "traditional" often see sexuality as a taboo that shouldn't be discussed in public or education institutions. Image shows a group of young girls who work in … Continue reading The impact of tradition, morality and law on sex education in China