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Sigmund Freud and Child Development
For parents wondering just how much things have changed since the days when they were first experimenting with dating and sex, the answer is right there in the nurse's office at Hunter High School, a New York City public school for gifted students. On the shelf in the nurse's bathroom is a box of condoms, to help students avoid pregnancy and protect themselves against AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases. And right next to it is a box of mint-flavored condoms with no spermicide, labeled ''ONLY for oral sex. In part because of the fear of AIDS, and in part because of a basic shift in sexual practices, those who study adolescent sexuality say, oral sex has become a commonplace initiation into sexual activity, widely perceived by many young people as less intimate, and less risky, than intercourse. Many girls also see it as a means of avoiding pregnancy and of preserving their virginity. Mark Schuster, a Los Angeles pediatrician and lead author of study of adolescent sexual practices.
A dozen women, sitting around a square table, are chatting, rapid-fire, about sex. But this is nothing unusual. These women always talk about sex. They are sex educators: experts in explaining sexuality and relationships to children and adolescents, hired by state schools, fancy private schools and conservative Catholic schools. A creeping conservatism, underwritten by lingering nervousness from the controversy over Safe Schools — a program that helped schools support same-sex-attracted, intersex and gender-diverse students — has narrowed what many parents and principals are comfortable with. Anticipating parental backlash to these materials, one principal this year cancelled a Family Planning Victoria session altogether.
Rape in the American Prison
Intimate partner violence takes many shapes and forms among many different groups of people. It spans across different ages, sexualities, and ethnicities. Dating violence is a widespread issue that affects many high school students, girls and boys alike.
Sigmund Freud was a Viennese doctor who came to believe that the way parents dealt with children's basic sexual and aggressive desires would determine how their personalities developed and whether or not they would end up well-adjusted as adults. Freud described children as going through multiple stages of sexual development, which he labeled Oral, Anal, Phallic, Latency, and Genital. In Freud's view, each stage focused on sexual activity and the pleasure received from a particular area of the body. In the oral phase, children are focused on the pleasures that they receive from sucking and biting with their mouth. In the Anal phase, this focus shifts to the anus as they begin toilet training and attempt to control their bowels.