Incognizance of Sex Education In India And Its Consequences

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Journal Title: Indian Politics & Law Review
Author(s): Divya Jyoti
Published On: 16/08/2021
Volume: 6
First Page: 277
Last Page: 281
ISSN: 2581-7086
Publisher: The Law Brigade Publisher

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Divya Jyoti, Incognizance of Sex Education In India And Its Consequences, Volume 6, Indian Politics & Law Review, 277-281, Published on 16/08/2021, Available at


Sex education serves as an incentive towards the healthy outcomes of human sexuality and reproductive health. Sex can be an inquisitive subject for the ones who are growing into puberty and little knowledge can be dangerous especially when gaining it from erroneous sources such as porn can lead to crimes like rapes.

Secondly, overpopulation is one of the major outcomes of the same.

Thirdly, unwanted pregnancies at a very early age can devastate the development and growth of puberty and can harm the child psyche at large.

Fourth is STDs (sexually transmitted diseases).

The agenda of this article is to elucidate why there’s incognizance, obliviousness of sex education in India? Why talking about sex is still a hesitation? And most importantly what are the sources of its misuse? However, lacking sex education is the principal cause of many crises these days.

Keywords: Sex Education, Sexuality, Reproductive Health, STDs

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