Abstract PIP: This article points out important facets of Latino culture to which family life educators must be sensitive. Related Topics Teenage pregnancy Canada. Sex ed 'must cover respect and consent', say young mums.
Latinos generally employ a certain degree of formality when dealing with outsiders, professionals, and community leaders. The curriculum also taught children about the importance of consent in sex, and about safety online. Marianismo, the submissive and obedient female character, pervades the traditional role of wife bestowed upon the Latina.
Canada province cancels new sex-ed curriculum after protests 12 July The new curriculum also addresses the dangers of sexting, online pornography and sexual harassment. Lecturers say cases may soar as students move in, but the government says institutions are prepared. In Thorncliffe Park, hundreds of parents staged a "strike", pulling their children from school.
In April, parents across the US kept their children home to protest sex education curriculums in a number of states. Male and female homosexuality is not looked on favorably in the Latino community.
There was no mention of male body parts in the policy. As expected, participants with more sexual experience, as measured by the number of sexual partners reported over a lifetime and within the past year, were less likely to endorse Female Virginity as Important.
International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics. How would you feel giving oral sex going down? In the developmental phase of the study, measures were created from themes generated in focus groups and open-ended interviews.
Canada province cancels new sex-ed curriculum after protests 12 July Abstract PIP: This article points out important facets of Latino culture to which family life educators must be sensitive. No Place But the Water: The eerie new drama. Latinos are not accustomed to extensive support from the world outside the family; the cultural pattern is to rely on support from the extended family.
Latino parents are especially concerned that differing sexual mores, values, and customs will corrupt their children; they place high value on the ideal of cultural preservation. Many new Canadians of Middle Eastern and Asian descent also found the curriculum objectionable, and counter to their culture or religion's practices.