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Since the International Conference on Population and Development, the need for sexuality education for youth has been articulated, and numerous activities in Indonesia, especially Java, have been directed at young people. However, many parents, teachers and religious leaders have considered it essential that such education should suppress youth sexuality.

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This article reflects upon current discourses on youth sexuality in Java as against the actual sexual behaviour of young people. Using examples from popular magazines and educational publications, and focus group discussions with young men and women in Surabaya, East Java, we argue that the dominant prohibitive discourse in Java denounces youth sexuality as unhealthy, reinforced through intimidation about the dangers of sex. In contrast, a discourse of competence and citizenship would more adequately reflect the actual sexual behaviour of youth, and raises new challenges for sexuality education.

Information should be available to youth concerning different sexualities, respecting the spectrum of diversity. Popular youth media have an especially important role to play in this.

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The means to stay healthy and be responsible - contraceptives and condoms - should be available at sites where youth feel comfortable about accessing them. Meanwhile, young Indonesians are engaging in different forms of sexual relationships and finding their own sources of information, independent of government, religion and international organisations. The Reproductive Health Matters RHM journal is a peer-reviewed, international journal that explores emerging, neglected and marginalised issues across the field of sexual and reproductive health and rights SRHR.

It aims to publish original, relevant, and contemporary research, particularly from a feminist perspective, that can help inform the development of policies, laws and services to fulfil the rights and meet the sexual and reproductive health needs of people of all ages, gender identities and sexual orientations. RHM publishes work that engages with fundamental dilemmas and debates in SRHR, highlighting multiple perspectives, acknowledging differences, and searching for new forms of consensus.

RHM strongly encourages research that explores experiences, values, information and issues from the point of view of those whose lives are affected. Request Permissions. Reproductive Health Matters. Cite this Item Copy Citation. Export Citation Export to NoodleTools. Export to RefWorks.

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Export to EasyBib. Export a Text file For BibTex. Note: Always review your references and make any necessary corrections before using. Pay attention to names, capitalization, and dates. Read and download Log in through your school or library. Abstract Since the International Conference on Population and Development, the need for sexuality education for youth has been articulated, and numerous activities in Indonesia, especially Java, have been directed at young people.

Journal Information The Reproductive Health Matters RHM journal is a peer-reviewed, international journal that explores emerging, neglected and marginalised issues across the field of sexual and reproductive health and rights SRHR.

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