Integrative Literature Review for the Development of an Intimacy and Faith Course to be Implemented in Women’s Health Courses at Seventh-Day Adventist Secondary Schools

Integrative Literature Review for the Development of an Intimacy and Faith Course to be Implemented in Women’s Health Courses at
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Honors Project Abstract: There is a lacking in sufficient, comprehensive sexual health education across the United States. The United States is behind the rest of the developed world in educating adolescents about the normalcies and risks of sex. Sex and intimacy is a delicate subject in which educators, parents, and pastors often feel uncomfortable teaching; they often try and place the responsibility of sexual health education elsewhere. Students that attend Protestant-Christian schools report that they receive less sexual health education and receive more negative messages about sex than their public school counterparts. The goal of this literature review is to show the necessity of sexual health education in all secondary schools, including Seventh-Day Adventist schools. By creating an “Intimacy & Faith” course [see appendix A] that remains respectful to the beliefs of the Seventh-Day Adventist church. The goal is of this course is to make talking about sex more comfortable for educators and students alike so adolescents can make healthy, informed choices in their romantic, spiritual, and physical relationships.

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