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“There were societal concerns that sexualization in the media could be having a negative impact on kids,” van der Vlugt said.“We wanted to show that sexuality also has to do with respect, intimacy, and safety.” Beyond risk prevention The Dutch approach to sex ed has garnered international attention, largely because the Netherlands boasts some of the best outcomes when it comes to teen sexual health. Eight-year-olds learn about self-image and gender stereotypes.You’ll never hear an explicit reference to sex in a kindergarten class.
That’s because the goal is bigger than that, says Ineke van der Vlugt, an expert on youth sexual development for Rutgers WPF, the Dutch sexuality research institute behind the curriculum.By comparison, 66 percent of sexually active American teens surveyed said they wished that they had waited longer to have sex for the first time.When they do have sex, a Rutgers WPF study found that nine out of ten Dutch adolescents used contraceptives the first time, and World Health Organization data shows that Dutch teens are among the top users of the birth control pill. ” Anniek Pheifer asks a crowd of Dutch elementary school students. Jan de Doper elementary school gym is decked in heart-shaped balloons and streamers. Welcome to “Spring Fever” week in primary schools across the Netherlands, the week of focused sex ed classes… 11-year-olds discuss sexual orientation and contraceptive options.Pheifer and Pepijn Gunneweg are hosts of a kids television program in the Netherlands, and they’re performing a song about having a crush. But in the Netherlands, the approach, known as “comprehensive sex education,” starts as early as age 4.
On average, teens in the Netherlands do not have sex at an earlier age than those in other European countries or in the United States.