Masturbation in the Media

Anne-Frances Watson

Previous research has shown that masturbation is a natural and healthy part of human sexual development, but this message is rarely disseminated to young people. Masturbation is rarely spoken of in formal schooling, and studies have shown that it is a topic that seldom arises in parental communication about sexuality. Masturbation has been infrequently addressed in popular television shows and movies directed at young people. 

 

 

Recorded at the 2011 Australasian Sexual Health Conference
'Sex in the City', in September 2011, Canberra, Australia.


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Anne-Frances Watson


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Postgraduate student at Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane. Currently working on the 'Developing Improved Sexual Health Education Strategies' project for her studies.

Co-authors: Prof. McKee, leads the Promoting Healthy Sexuality Research Group at Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.
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