should parents keep issues of right and wrong out of discussions about sex with their children? should parents convey the idea that right and wrong has nothing to do with sex? in school sex education, should discussions of ethics be forbidden? is ethics irrelevant to contemporary sexual behavior?
A good strategy is to start talking to your child about sex when
they are young and continue that conversation as they get
A child is exposed to information about sex from sources such as school, friends and the media at a much earlier age than many parents expect.
Parents should not rely on the school system to teach sex education. If your child is taught sex education at school, ask them what they learned and review it with them.
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Insofar as bioethics is concerned with human bodily health, it has an interest in the way health is influenced by and contributes to sexual functioning. There is a sense, then, in which bioethics includes sexual ethics, or at least some of the key questions of sexual ethics, such as the meaning of human sexuality and the causes and effects of sexual attitudes, orientations, and activities. Concepts of the human person—of desire and obligation, disease and dysfunction, even of justice and purity—can be found overlapping in various bioethical and sexual ethical theories. Like bioethics generally, sexual ethics considers standards for intervention in physical processes, rights of individuals to self-determination, ideals for human flourishing, and the importance of social context for the interpretation and regulation of sexual behavior. Bioethics specifically incorporates issues surrounding contraception and abortion, artificial reproduction, sexually transmitted diseases, sexual paraphilias, gendered roles and sexual conduct of the medical professionals, and sex research, counseling, and therapy. All of these issues are importantly shaped by moral traditions, so that health professionals frequently find themselves called upon to deal with questions of sexual ethics.
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