Saturday, June 27, 2009


Ghanaian society as an entity has a responsibility to its youth. It guides its children through all aspects of maturity. This is how Ghanaian children have traditionally received sex education. With Modernisation, there is now very limited access to sex education both at home and in schools, yet it is key to prevention of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs), most notably HIV/AIDS. So why are discussions on sexual relations and experiences so difficult to bring up in the average Ghanaian home? Few Ghanaian youth have ever had sex-related discussions with their parents. It’s not about encouraging promiscuity but rather promoting honesty and candidness.

Watch out for an exciting interview linked with African women and their sexual experiences. COMING SOON!!!!

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