Sexual Obsession Help Most living beings use sex only to reproduce their species but humans may be the only mammals who use sex for pleasure and fun.
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UNHCR GUIDANCE NOTE ON REFUGEE CLAIMS RELATING TO SEXUAL ORIENTATION AND GENDER IDENTITY
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“There has long been a gap in guidance for health care providers and facilities in how to best support residents in their sexual lives, but we have a moral, legal and ethical obligation to support them with this part of their life,” says Kate McBride, the sexual health clinician who coordinated the project. “These guidelines were developed to try and close this gap and to create a dialogue in this complex area of health,” she says.
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Publishers of guidance, prevention and intervention resources for at-risk youth.
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A universal guide to human rights which affirm binding international legal standards with which all States must comply.
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Action Plan Progress Review
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It is not something that is often talked about, but sexual harassment is a real issue in schools today. Learning how to recognize sexual harassment when it occurs can help you prevent it from happening to you and to those around you.
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A report from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
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I developed this magazine for Sexual Health Awareness and Guidance week at Brunel University
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The publication highlights the issue’s impediment to the principles and goals of Education for All and connects with UNESCO’s continuing engagement with stopping violence in schools, its work to address all forms of discrimination and gender-based violence, and its expertise in HIV and sexuality education.
Uploaded by lgbtexcellencecentre on 05/16/2012
Digital publication details: 33 pages.