IJSRP, Volume 6, Issue 2, February 2016 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Prof.N.Meenakumari, Dr. Clay Warren Chauncey M. Depew
A Descriptive study was done among 120 adolescence to explore Gender differences in family sex communication Quotient at salawas Village, Rajasthan,India. Participants were selected from village at bus stops, shops, and roads by Convenience sampling technique. Level of sex orientation was assessed by Family Sex Communication Quotient (FSCQ) scale. The study findings revealed that adolescence girls perceived that they can openly share and discuss about sex in family also they can learn more about sex in family compared to adolescence boys, but in contradictory Adolescence boys perceived that family plays an important role in sexual learning compared to adolescence girls. The study findings suggested that (1) Encourage the parents to educate their own children on sex and sexuality (2) Formulate the common platform to discuss about sex in family.(3)Spill about the myths and fallacies about sex, and provide adequate information on sex.(4)Empower our children to abstain from sex(5)Provide a conducive environment for sharing and discussing about sex in family.(6)Provide positive value on sex among adolescence.(7)Parents are to be encouraged to allow conversation on sex with children in family.