Sex Education is a new international refereed journal concerned both with the practice of sex education and with the thinking that underpins it.
Contributions are welcomed from within a variety of academic disciplines - particularly health education, sociology, philosophy and psychology - and from a variety of ideological standpoints. Submitted work should connect significantly with issues concerned with sex education and have presumptions made by the author(s) described and defended.
Sex Education does not assume that sex education takes place only in educational institutions and the family. Contributions are therefore welcomed which, for example, analyse the impacts of media and other vehicles of culture on sexual behaviour and attitudes. Medical and epidemiological papers (e.g. of trends in the incidences of sexually transmitted infections) will not be accepted unless their educational implications are discussed adequately.