Both men and women face certain sexual issues at some or the other stages of their life. Young people often face such issues due to fear and anxiety associated with first time sex. Most young people don’t feel confident they can talk about sexual issues, such as contraception with their parents, friends or partners.
Everyone has the right to receive good education on sex and relationships as it helps to prepare the youth for a healthy adulthood, prevent unwanted pregnancy and STDs. National Children's Bureau has conducted a study that showed that young people now days often have poor sexual health that makes them more vulnerable to involvement in unwanted sexual activity, exploitative or abusive relationships, and early parenthood.
Young men can experience sexual health issues due to pressure of performing during sex. According to Sexual Advice Association, one in ten men has some sort of sexual problem.
According to Sexual Advice Association, half of all the women experience sexual difficulties. Lack of sexual desire, orgasm and pain during sexual intercourse are some of the sexual health issues faced by women.
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