Sex Education: The Rights and Wrongs is a work of fiction written with the aim to educate young people. Sex education from this perspective is a form of education acquired or given to young and unmarried persons which makes them more aware of the risks of sexual immorality and misbehaviour. It is aimed at raising an awareness on the risk of sexual immorality and the need for abstinence, and advocating for healthy sexual behaviour. This book delves into the benefits of healthy sexual practices (like decent dressing and modest behaviour) and the risks of sexual misconduct. It gives guidance and counselling, and also tips on how to discuss sexuality and relationships. The book also gives classic illustrations of work to do with exciting conversations that will thrill readers.
The growing level of sexual misbehaviour in our society is an issue every concerned individual should frown at. When children are neglected while they are growing up, they become ignorant of social norms that affect their lives, especially when it involves sex and relationships. This exposes them to social ills one of which is sexual exploitation. Lack of information, wrong information, and wrong attitude towards sex and relationship with the opposite sex expose children to individuals with antisocial personality disorder in society and cause them to put up with inappropriate behaviour such as sexual irresponsibility. Sex Education: The Rights and the Wrongs will correct such unethical behaviour and practices.
The pervasive sexual misbehaviour in our society today has made it expedient for parents/guardians to rise to the responsibility of raising healthy sexually responsible young people. The need for modesty and decency cannot be overemphasized, hence everyone must learn to imbibe self-control always. Young people must be made to recognize and embrace acceptable societal norms. Doing so, we would curb the menace of sexual harassment and outrageous decadence in society.
The book Sex Education: The Rights and the Wrongs is primarily designed for students and parents; it is recommended as well for the consumption of the general public.