We know more than what you think: Parents' understanding, through their children’s drawing, the importance of sexual education

Enriqueta Valdez-Curiel

Mandatory sexual education in Mexican elementary schools still faces parents’ opposition under the arguments that their children are not old enough to be exposed to the subject. Through their own children’s drawings, this research proved to parents that their children had already been exposed to great extent of sexual information that needs scientific and correct guidance. The main objective of this exploratory study was to assess, through children’s drawings, their views about pregnancy at an early age and use the results to promote, among the parents, the acceptance of sexual education programs at the schools. 

 

The 22nd Congress of the World Association for Sexual Health
Recorded in Singapore, July 25-28, 2015
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Enriqueta Valdez-Curiel

Department of Medicine-CUSUR, University of Guadalajara, Cd Guzman, Mexico

Co-authors: Jesus Carlos RAMOS-TORRES Department of Medicine-CUSUR, University of Guadalajara, Cd Guzman, Mexico.
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