All of the research regarding sexual expression and sexuality seems to point directly to one thing that cripples our society and confuses our children: lack of communication. If we engage in honest and open dialogue about sex, the mystery isn't so scary . Knowledge in this area translates into power and safety, not dysfunction.
This is a cite that has links to information on how antidiscrimination laws have actually been used to censor busnisses and information regarding the 1996 Internet censorship law.
An excerpt from the book Defending Pornography by Nadine Strossen. She argues that censoring sexual expression does more harm than good to women's rights and safety.
This is a link to information regarding the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS). This group advocates teaching sexuality as part of an overall comprehensive health education program.
This publication seeks to define, examine, and understand human sexuality. One of the points made is that the most common sexual dysfunctions result from anxiety about abnormality and misconceptions about normality.
This book outlines a course developed for the purpose of teaching teenagers sexual abuse prevention. She explains that this information is necessary because adolescents are very susceptible to the influences of society.
This book is based on the premise that sexual expression is a way for people to show affection and love for one another.
A study revealing that physicians generally lack the communication skills to discuss sexuality with their adolescent patients.
This study consisted of a questionnaire given to unmarried, undergraduate students regarding their sexual history and sexual attitudes. It found a strong correlation between guilt, high risk sexual behavior, and low self-esteem.