Sexological worldview is the often unexamined but changeable perspective held by each person about the world around them with regards to sexuality. In order to accomplish specific social and cultural goals like accepting diversity, inclusion of sexual differences and minorities, and applying human rights to all, it is important that to be able to shift cultural perspective (worldview) and adapt behaviour and cognitions to cultural commonality and difference.
At the end of the workshop participants will be able to:
- Participants will be able to give a definition of “culture”
- Participants will be able to analyse and identify their own cultural dimensions and sexological world views
- Participants will be able to describe their colleagues’ sexuality perspectives with respect and recognise other sexological worldviews as equally valid as their own
- Participants will be able to explain other cultures’ varieties of sexual expression and behaviours
- Participants will be able to demonstrate acceptance of diverse sexual mores
- Participants will propose a project that they can engage in that will promote intercultural sexual sensitivity at their workplace, places of worship, hospital, etc.
- Participants will provide feedback about their learning in the workshop
Length of Workshop
1 Whole Day Session (4 hours a day)