Sexuality education for teenagers in the new millenium
In the past, sexuality education for teenagers has been provided, formally, by parents and schools and, informally, through other sources such as peers, television, magazines and books. In the new millennium, teenagers will have, for the first time in history, sexuality education which is technology derived, personal, instantaneous, on demand, widely accessible, uncontrolled by social or educational structures, inexpensive and individualised. Already the Internet has a growing number of sites specifi- cally providing sexuality education for teenagers. In this paper Juliette Goldman assesses the appropriateness for teenagers of a selection of these resources.
Youth Studies Australia