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They arise in all human beings at one time or another. But resulting sexual behavior is learned. Each society has its own set of rules of acceptable and appropriate behaviors. When sexual behavior is solitary, for instance, masturbation, society teaches that there are acceptable (and unacceptable) times and places for it. When sexual behavior involves another person, there must also be agreement, or permission, with that other person, along with whatever societal conditions may exist.
The how, where, when, and what of sexual behavior are usually taught covertly to most of us. We get mixed messages, conflicting reports, and a lot of misinformation. We sort it out eventually and, since we do not share a lot of information about sex with our friends, we accept what we have and make do. Some of us are lucky and have satisfactory sexual lives. Some are not so lucky and have unsatisfactory sex lives.
Those people, however, who have some physical limitations to their mobility, or emotional limits to their socialization experiences, or intellectual limitations on how to deduce facts from the supply of contradictory information on sex that is publicly available, are handicapped until they do learn what is going on. They can be frightened by their own normal feelings; they can be victimized by other people's inappropriate behavior. Sex education provides the tools for them to make appropriate choices.
All people, not only disabled people, need to understand their own bodies and their parts and to understand what normal growth, both physical and emotional, means. In this way they can interpret their growth changes in adolescence as being normal. Fortunate teenagers will have resources from which to draw accurate information. These include parents, teachers, and friends even data from the street. Slow learners usually lack a wide diversity of resources, and so it becomes even more important that the information they do receive is accurate and comprehensible.
One young teenager who was a slow learner had just started menstruating. No one had informed her that all women have periods, and she interpreted her monthly bleeding and physical changes as punishment. She buried her soiled underwear, fearful of being found different from other people. If this young woman had had an informed, approachable friend or relative she could have consulted, she could have enjoyed the feelings associated with the knowledge of becoming a woman, an adult like other people she looked up to, and having more in common with the rest of the human race. From a foundation of commonality she (and all of us) can build healthy and enabling self concepts. We build on what we have in common as well as on our individual uniqueness, and then we get to share experiences of success. (see SEXUAL FEELINGS ARE NOT LEARNED PART II)
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David Crawford is the CEO and owner of a Natural Penis Enlargement Really Work company known as Penis Enlargement Group which is dedicated to researching and comparing penis enlargement products in order to determine which penis enlargement product is safer and more effective than other products on the market. Copyright 2011 David Crawford of Is There Any Penis Enlargement That Works This article may be freely distributed if this resource box stays attached.
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