Educating young minds about sexual health has become a dire need. It’s not like it was not a need before, but the call for Sex Education has become paramount in today’s world. It is a topic that many parents hesitate to talk about to their children and is taught very little about in schools. In this era of the internet, it is challenging to keep a child unexposed to the world of sexual content, and therefore rather than letting the young minds got moulded with partial knowledge; it is better to guide them through proper information. Sex Education is seen as a sensitive topic to all the parents and teachers talk to the children about, which is why we fall to guide a child in their puberty times properly.
A healthy education on sexual health teaches them about their sexuality, body changes, and relationships so as they understand these difficult adolescent times of their lives. If not rightly guided, partial knowledge or the sources of their education could mislead a child.
Sex Education can be defined as “the integration of the somatic, emotional, intellectual, and social aspects of a sexual being, in ways that are positively enriching and that enhance personality, communication, and love” by the WHO (World Health Organization). Adolescence is the period in every person’s life where sex education is crucial to help them understand the changes in their physiology and behaviour as they onto adulthood