The emergence of sexuality in adolescents

The emergence of sexuality in adolescents

Children are naturally interested in your body. In particular, they are curious where babies come from. They notice anatomical differences between men and women play with their genitals (which adults often mistaken for Masturbation). Sex game child includes screening and review (study) their own and others ‘ genitals[1].

Previously often believed that children are sexually “clean” and up to teenage age have no sexuality. Sigmund Freud was among one of the first researchers took seriously the sexuality of the child, indicating that it is in childhood and adolescence formed the psychological bases related to sex. Kinsey also examined child sexuality in his “Reports”, confirming this idea (for which he severely criticized as a molester)[2].

In primary school children’s interest in sex-the game is reduced because most of the energy spend on the knowledge of the outside world, but may still have romantic interest in their peers and high level of curiosity. Only in adolescence do children happens primary recovery of sexual interest[1], and with the onset of puberty begins to appear libido. Some authors consider juvenile sexuality as an important aspect of his life. Sexy teen is one of the stages of human sexuality[3].
Aspects of adolescent sexuality

The biological aspect of adolescent sexuality involves a fundamental physiological desire for the opposite sex sexual intercourse[4][5]. The biological aspect of adolescent sexuality analyzes the mechanism of sexual reproduction and the physical means by which this is achieved[4]. It also examines the influence of biological factors such as organic and neurological responses, [6], heredity, hormonal influences, gender (gender) and sexual dysfunction, the manifestation of sexuality[4].
The emotional aspect of sexuality implies a relationship that exists between adolescents, which may be expressed through profound feelings, emotions and experiences, even cause physical or medical concerns[7][8].
The psychological aspect of sexual behavior in adolescents is important because, according to some theorists, acts as a Central source of identity formation[9].
In sociological aspect of sexuality of a teenager can relate to cultural, political and legal issues[4]. Teenage sexuality can also be understood as part of the social life of people, driven by implied rules of behavior and existing in a concrete situation. The focus of sociology is narrowed to a particular group within a society[4]. Socio-cultural aspect, including politics and media, exploring the influence of social norms on adolescent sexuality and the opposite effect[8].
In the philosophical aspect of juvenile sexuality can encompass moral, ethical, theological, spiritual or religious matters[4][8].