Embodied Exclusion: Young Mothers' Experiences of Exclusion from Formal and Informal Sexual Health Education
AbstractPregnant teenagers and young mothers experience embodied exclusion due to the range of attempts aimed at controlling their sexual behaviour. Embodied exclusion in this context is the result of having the sexual health needs and experiences of pregnant teenagers and young mothers excluded from formal and informal sexual health education. Résumé Les adolescentes enceintes et les jeunes mères vivent une exclusion incorporée due à l'étendues des tentsatives visées à controller leur comportement sexuel. L'exclusion incorporéedans ce contexte est le résultat d'avoir exclu les besoins de la santé sexuelles et les experiences des adolescentes enceintes et des jeunes mères, de l'éducation sexuelle formelle et informelle.
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