Sexlife Journal: from our correspondents - coast to coast
Sex workers and supporters rallied in Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria, and Ottawa on Saturday in preparation for the Supreme Court hearing this Thurday that will determine whether current prostitution laws violate the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Among the two dozen people at Vancouver’s rally was Katrina Pacey of Pivot Legal Society, an intervenor in the case.
This paper examines the conflicting views regarding childhood and adolescent sexual education and the moral frame works from which they developed. Explored issues include childhood exposure to such contentious topics as homosexuality, masturbation, non coital play and alternative relationship forms and what values, if any, should be stressed. It is argued that only comprehensive sex education fulfills the conditions of a functional morality that allows everyone to lead happy, meaningful and productive lives.