Madrid (EFE) this Wednesday with an act at the Teatro Pavón in Madrid.
Surrounded by high school students who have testified about their experience with sex and the sexual education received in the educational stage, the Minister for Equality, Irene Montero, has assured that her department is “trying hard” to remove the conversation from pleasure female on the street
Montero has asked to “take advantage now that feminism is at the center of the public agenda” to talk about “how women experience sex” and to “understand that all bodies are valid.”
The Secretary of State for Equality and against gender violence, Ángela Rodríguez, has pointed out that “feminists have come to ask questions that are necessarily uncomfortable” and to claim that “this is the era of our pleasure”.
During the event, they talked about pornography, the sexual needs of people with disabilities, the desire of older women, the menopause, sexually transmitted diseases and sex between women, and several students talked with the minister about how they live their sexuality and have complained about the sexual education they receive in the centers.
“We have received education, but from the heteropatriarchal sphere”, some of the students have criticized, who have lamented the influence that porn has on young people’s sexual relations and that pornography is the “theory” that guides their practice.
The Ministry has also presented its campaign on the occasion of 8M under the slogan “Now that you see us, this 8M let’s talk.”
Sánchez did not attend the institutional act
The announcement, which calls for the visibility and normalization of sexual relations, sexual diversity and the sexual needs of people with disabilities, has been presented during the institutional act of 8M, which the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, has not attended this year.
The act takes place one day after Congress accepted for processing the socialist proposal to reform the law of only yes is yes, which evidenced the confrontation between the government partners with harsh accusations by both parties.
The Minister for Equality, Irene Montero, who responded with a concise “fine” to the moderator’s question about how she is after what happened on Tuesday, has claimed the need to talk about sex and consider sex education as a right.
“I am concerned that our society has this pending conversation and also in the educational field and that it is increasingly clear that sexual education is a right,” said the Minister for Equality.