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Lianne A. Urada, Robert M. Malow, Nina C. Santos, Donald E. Consistent condom use among high risk groups such as female sex workers FSWs remains low. However, adolescent FSWs received more advice from their managers to convince clients to use condoms or else to refuse sex, compared to older FSWs.
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Relationships, love and sexuality: what the Filipino teens think and feel
Sexuality in the Philippines - Wikipedia
Metrics details. In order to achieve a change among teens' sexual behavior, an important step is to improve our knowledge about their opinions concerning relationships, love and sexuality. A questionnaire including topics on relationships, love and sexuality was distributed to a target population of 4, Filipino students from third year high school to third year college. Participants were obtained through multi-stage sampling of clusters of universities and schools.
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Mindanao Island, the southern and second-largest island in the Philippines, has been the site of fighting and violence from a separatist movement since the s. It is the only area of the Philippines with a significant Muslim population, and religious differences and widespread poverty has led to the rise of a separatist Islamist group called the Moro Islamic Liberation Front MILF. MILF is a rebel organization formed in the s that uses terrorist attacks and assassinations to fight against the Philippine government.
Despite increasing sexual liberalization, virginity and its loss persist as contested and highly gendered concepts in many parts of Asia. According to theories in feminism and sexuality studies, virginity may be socially constructed as either a gift, a stigma, an act of worship, or a process. We synthesize findings from quantitative sources and original qualitative data from focus groups and interviews with Filipino women and men. Filipina women expressed disapproval of sex for unmarried women, but less for unmarried men, and placed less importance on male virginity. The evidence indicates the presence of a sexual double standard and supports the argument that women themselves may endorse cultural belief systems that restrict female sexuality.