By Gilbert Herdt, Cymene Howe
Exploring sexuality within the twenty-first century, this designated booklet collects jointly greater than fifty well timed and obtainable contributions to create a wide-ranging and compelling photo of up to date American sexuality. Incorporating the newest state-of-the-art controversies, thought and methodological fabric from the main domain names of sexual schooling, sexual future health, sexual rights, and globalization, this booklet incorporates a magnificent editorial assessment that opens up the sphere for college kids and lecturers alike. This anthology should be a useful complement to all degrees of scholars and researchers drawn to sexuality throughout more than a few disciplines, together with anthropology, sociology, gender and sexuality reviews and politics.
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As with other arenas of social democracy and education, our society will continue to suffer until literacy improves and everyone shares alike in positive sexual health. We need to encourage greater tolerance for and acceptance of sexuality and sexual literacy in American society. It is important for each of us—citizens, parents, teachers, spiritual beings, and policy makers—to speak out in support of sexual literacy for all. Only then can we break the vicious cycle that has led to treating sex, not as something What is sexual literacy?
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21st Century Sexualities: Contemporary Issues in Health, Education, and Rights by Gilbert Herdt, Cymene Howe