بچوں کو جنسی تعلیم دینے سے متعلق مختلف رویے:مغربی ماہرین کے مقالات اور اسلامی تعلیمات کا مطالعہ
Different attitudes towards Sex education in Children: A Study of Articles by Western Scholars and Islamic teachings
Keywords:Sexual education, Western experts, Islamic teachings
This article studies the different attitudes towards sex education in children in the light of research articles by Western Scholars and Islamic teachings. It finds that according to Western scholars, sexual health of young people is much better in the countries where the awareness about sexual relationship is provided from early age. Sex, especially among youngsters before any legal marital status, has become a central concern for all societies of the world. This concern is increased by HIV-related diseases through this act. The only way to reduce the spread of HIV among young people, according to the Western scholars, is to provide them proper sex education from the early age in schools. A study of Islamic teachings reveals that Islam primarily places the responsibility on parents to bring up and train their children well. Equip them with religious and secular knowledge in such a way that they can not only become a good Muslim and possess high morals but also play their active role in the society. Children are mentally and physically fragile, sensitive and immature. In this early stage of life, if parents and society provide them with good education and training opportunities, they will become a good member of the society.
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