sexuality psychology

  • Sexuality Psychology – Basic Studies Of Human Sexuality by Jeff Carter

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    Today, many people especially the adults are having a difficult time establishing the true meaning of human sexuality to the younger generations. More often than not, parents and guardians find it challenging to prepare children for adulthood specifically in terms of human sexuality education. As mature as one may be, human sexuality has been a complex issue as it involves various aspects and interpretations.

    The general culture in the past has been infused with respect for essential values in order to protect as well as maintain the family regardless if sexual education was provided. For the significant part of society in both developed and developing countries, traditional models of sexual education had declined through the years. Most of the younger generations have been deprived of sufficient knowledge and consistent guidance on human sexuality and left unprepared for adult life.

    These days, various contexts of human sexuality have emerged from the society and the mass media, providing misinterpreted and depersonalized information. Most of the information is insufficient with regard to the different stages of formation and progress of children and young people. In addition, the information on human sexuality today is predisposed with a misleading concept of freedom in a world that lacks fundamental values of human love, family, and life.