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“Students are more open with outsiders,” said Husein Burhani, academic director at Mumbai’s D. Many parents “are embarrassed and ashamed to talk about it at home,” she said.
Letting the parents know what their children are learning is a vital part of Ms. The parents “thanked us for taking the pressure away,” she said. ’ or ‘do you really need to provide this information at this age? New Delhi-based sex educator Sushant Kalra says he started running weekend workshops to train parents on how to talk to their kids.
But a handful of parents are apprehensive that sex is being discussed at all, said Ms. When he followed up to ask if the parents had bitten the bullet, “not even one in ten parents had done it,” he said. Kalra split his program into two parts: at the first session he trains parents, and at the second, the parents are expected to bring their children and talk to them about sex in the presence of other families.
The parents “see everyone doing it and together they break the barriers,” he said.
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*/ var check For Promos And Render = function(should Show Popover) ; /* render Promo Details This is a function for checking which promotions will be applied to a purchase and render those details in the popover.“Girls think sex is their duty whether they want to or not,” said Ms. “They come from a harsh, rough background where it is a done thing to abuse a woman,” she said.Since the December 2012 gang rape and murder of a young student in New Delhi, conversations about sexuality have focused on harassment and abuse, says doctoral student Ms. “This is important, but the conversation must include positive aspects of sex and sexuality,” she said.Wearing white jeans, a grey tee and black shades, he walked out of the Mumbai airport hand-in-hand with Deepika, who sported an all-black look (jeans, jacket, high-heels and sunglasses).They were all smiles and happy with the warm reception they received.“In India we don’t hesitate to have sex, but when we have to talk about it, it’s against our culture,” said Anju Kishinchandani, a sex educator who runs weekend workshops in Mumbai to get children, teenagers and their parents to talk about the birds and the bees.