Special needs children need sex education too

Special needs children are more vulnerable to sexual assault. — Filepic

Sex education for children in Malaysia, whether in schools or within the family, continues to raise concerns.

For many, sex education for children is perceived to be irrelevant, developmentally unsuitable, and a way of normalising inappropriate activities.

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Child health , special needs , sex , parenting


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