As per a new survey, it has been revealed that Irish children have less knowledge about sexual health at the time when they leave school in comparison to other school children across countries. The survey being carried out by Condom manufacturer Durex involved 29,994 adults.
The volunteers, who took part in the survey, were aged between 18 and above. Volunteers from as many as 37 countries took part in the survey. They survey revealed that 30% of Irish children are not provided with needed sexual education news.
Sex education is vital, as children should be aware of their bodies. Moreover, 80% of volunteers have affirmed that sex education makes them more responsible for themselves as well towards sex.
The survey result has come on the right time, as National Condom week has initiated. The survey results will help people to know more about their sexual health and use precaution at the time of sex. “This is our ninth year supporting Durex with National Condom Week and we did not hesitate to commit our time and energy again”, said Susan Donlon, who is the coordinator at the Dublin Aids Alliance.
It is expected that people become more aware of their sexual health and all the precautions are taken by them when needed.
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