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Sexuality Education across the Lifecycle in the New Millennium

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Everyone has the right to sexuality education. In the past, mainly in Western countries, this has been provided by parents and some schools, usually as formal programmes. However, many people receive sexuality education informally from other sources, such as peers, television, magazines and books. The technological age upon us now in the new millennium provides yet another source for everyone. The Internet has a growing number of sites specifically for sexuality education for all ages. Here, a selection of relevant sites are identified and presented for their developmental appropriateness. For the first time in history, sexuality education will be potentially accessible by everyone over the Internet, which is technology-derived, personal, instantaneous, on demand, accessible any time and any place, not controlled by social or educational structures, inexpensive and individualised. The opportunities this promotes are almost limitless for enhanced personal understanding and improved interpersonal relationships of all kinds for everyone on the globe.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 2001

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