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Introduction & Objectives: Adolescence is a critical period of sexuality development. Several studies point out the possible risks linked to the use of online porn- ography in adolescents, that may be mediated by vari- ous variables, and also the shortcomings of sexual education in education systems. Therefore, it is neces- sary to delve into adolescents’ sexual behaviour to understand how they develop sexually in this new technological era. The aim of this study is to know young people’s sexual behaviours, the sexual education they have received and the way they consume pornography. Method & Sample: An online survey was conducted with the informed consent of the parents. Sample: (N = 138) 52.2% Men 47.8% Women. Average age: 14 years. Sexual orientation: 89.9% heterosexual. 8% Bisexual 3.1% Homosexual. Results: 79% had not had sexual relationships. 21% considered that they are emotionally dependent. 74.60% had seen pornography, mainly through the mobile phone (63%). 37% thought that pornography POSTERS Track: 1. Sexual Rights & Ethics makes them see people as objects, 31.90% increases sexism, 31.2% helps them to learn about sexuality and 21% let them know about the human body. In add- ition, 14.5% use it to reduce stress or tension. 13.80% feel insecure when they compare themselves to online videos. 76.1% have never talked about pornography with their parents and 39.1% have not talked about sexuality either. 64.5% said that they would like to have a subject of sexual education at school. Conclusions & Recommendations: The ways ado- lescents use pornography are diverse and the effect of this consumption still remain uncertain. Thereby, it is of interest to include sexual education schools` learn- ing agenda, also involving and integrating the parents in such education, since young people demand it, and also including topics on the use of por Keywords: Adolescents, Sexual Education, Pornography use Conflict of Interest and Disclosure Statement: None
INTRODUCTION AIM & METHOD
CONCLUSIONS & FURTHER STUDIES
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HAVE YOU RECEIVED SEXUAL EDUCATION AT
HOME?
DO YOU CONSIDER YOURSELF EMOTIONALLY
DEPENDENT?
SEXUAL EDUCATION (S.E.) AT SCHOOL
ADOLESCENTS, SEXUAL EDUCATION AND PORNOGRAPHY
1) The ways in which teenagers use pornography are diverse and the effect of their consumption
reamins uncertain.
2) Adolescents demand sexual education and their needs seem not to be fully met.
3) It would be useful to implement programs for parents in schools.
4) It is of interest to have conversations about the possible effects of pornography on families to
implement sex education.
5) Sex education should be used as a madiating factor to understand the effects of pornography on
future research with adolscents
HAVE YOU EVER HAD SEX? HAVE YOU EVER SEEN PORNOGRAPHY?
Adolescence is a critical period of sexuality development.
Pornography has became a very accessible way of learning about
sexual practices due to the technological era.[1]
Several studies point out the possible risks linked to the use of
online pornography in adolescents, that may be mediated by various
variables, and also the shortcomings of sexual education in education
systems [1,2,3,4,5] . Therefore, it is necessary to delve into adolescens
sexual behaviour to understand how they develop sexually in this new
digital era.
-Method:.An online survey was conducted with the informed consent
of the parents.
-Sample:138 participants (66,7% Male,33,3% Female). Mean Age:14
years.Sexual Orientation:89,9% Heterosexual, 8% Bisexual, 2% Others.
Parents situation:70,30%married parents,10,90%Divorced,19,80%Others.
Religiosity:44,9% Non Religious,39,9% Lapsed Catholic,21,2% Others.
RESULTS
Villena, A. Normand, E. & Chiclana, C. MD,PhD. Unidad de Sexología Clínica y Salud Sexual.
Consulta Dr. Carlos Chiclana, Madrid and Sevilla, Spain.
Contacto: alejandrovillena@doctorcarloschiclana.com
REFERENCIAS BIBLIOGRÁFICAS:
21%
27,50%
52,90%
YES
DONT KNOW
NO
74,60%
24,50%
YES NO
HOW DO YOU CONTACT WITH PORNOGRAPHY? HAVE YOU EVER TALKED ABOUT
PORNOGRAPHY WITH YOUR PARENTS?
CONSEQUENCES/UTILITIES OF PORNOGRAPHY
37%
31,90%
31,20%
21%
14,50%
13,80%
Makes me see People as objects
Increase sexism
Helps me learning about sexuality
Let them know about human body
Reduce Stress or Tension
Feel insecure when comparing with videos
64,50%
26,50%
Want to have S. E. at
school.
Don't want to have S.E.
at school.
23,90%
41,30%
32,60%
Through a friend
Seeking Consciously
Accidentally
60,90%
39,10%
YES NO
23,90%
76,10%
YES NO
¿HOW DID YOU SEE PORN?
80%
20%
10%
10%
Mobile phone
Computer
TV
Tablet
21%
79%
YES NO
-Aim:To delve into young people’s sexual behaviours, the sexual
education they have received and the way they consume pornography.
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