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India -Role of Schools in perpetuating Rape Culture

By Vaidehi Gautam TRIGGER WARNING: The following content might be triggering for some readers due to mentions of words like “rape”, “assault” and “harassment”. Please continue accordingly. When was the first time you heard about rape cases and sexual harassment?… Continue Reading →

Why do our children giggle through Sex-education and how it can be changed?

Current scenario of availability and accessibility of sex-education and reproductive health in India  Sania Muzamil Current State of Sex-Education in India  Very few globalized and organized options for healthy sex education are available in our society. Shows like SEX EDUCATION… Continue Reading →

Rape in India: Reading between the lines #Vaw #mustread

Sometimes photographs — even ones that go viral — aren’t worth a thousand words. Here’s what they won’t tell you. June 15, 2014 5:00AM ET by Neha Dixit, aljazeera In a village called Badaun in the northeastern state of Uttar Pradesh in… Continue Reading →

Philippine Sex Education Comes Via Video and Text Message #Sexuality

By Swapna Majumdar WeNews correspondent Tuesday, April 1, 2014 With quicker feedback on how fast and widely online messages are shared and which videos are popular, reproductive health advocates in projects in India and the Philippines see social media powering… Continue Reading →

#India- Sex Education is Effective for Unschooled Teens

By Swapna Majumdar WeNews correspondent Tuesday, April 2, 2013 And that can be life-saving in a place such as Gujarat, India, where 40 percent of brides are under 20 and anemia is a major threat. A three-year awareness campaign shows… Continue Reading →

#India – Young Love, old moralities #moralpolicing #ageofconsent #adolescentsex

Kamayani Bali Mahabal | March 23, 2013, Times Crest The whole debate around the age of consent is clouded by foolish misconceptions, some of them legal and many of them cultural. Do Baba Ramdev and others know what the implications of reducing… Continue Reading →

Sex Education is Also a Right- is India listening ?

By Ivet GonzálezReprint | Many countries in Latin America have made progress in introducing sex education in schools. Credit: Jorge Luis Baños/IPS HAVANA, Nov 13 2012 (IPS) – Learning about respect in a relationship, sexual orientation, sexuality, gender equality and family planning forms… Continue Reading →

A Victory for Young People at the United Nations

From April 23 to April 27, 2012, the 45th session of the Commission on Population and Development (CPD) met at the United Nations in New York City. The CPD is an annual week-long meeting at the UN where advocates and… Continue Reading →

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