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Sex Training Tour for Free in Da Nang, Vietnam

by Sreeraman on  March 30, 2009 at 1:42 PM Sexual Health News   - G J E 4
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Sex Training Tour for Free in Da Nang, Vietnam
Young people in Da Nang, Vietnam are enthusiastically taking a Sex Training Tour jointly organized by the Da Nang Youth Union and the Viet Da Tourism JS Company to learn about sex from health workers and consultants.

Unlike other tours, the sex training tour that began in mid-March at the Cham Museum in Da Nang is based on the Cham culture's worshipping of sex organs and imparts sex education to youth through the precepts of the Cham culture.

After the museum trip, the sex training tour will go to the Son Tra peninsula, where tour members can play sex education-related games for free.

"We cooperate with health and sex consulting clubs for youth to organize special games that bring about an understanding of sex to young people. We want to educate sex to the youth through practical and interesting activities, rather than through lessons in class," said Nguyen Thuan, Vice Chairman of the Da Nang Youth League.

Director of the Viet Da Tourism JS Company, Dinh Van Loc, said: "To organize this tour, we carefully researched the Cham culture's worshipping of sex organs. We expect to bring interesting knowledge about human's sexual activities."

"The tour will help raise knowledge about sex by utilising health experts," added Dinh Van Loc, as quoted in Sai Gon Times Daily.

The organizers are planning to change and improve the tour periodically to attract young people.

"Sex education is not new because we know about it more or less at school. But learning about sex through travel is very new and interesting," said Thanh Trung, a student from the Da Nang Foreign Language University.

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