The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality

The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality is a medical journal focusing on Canadian Human Sexuality

Articles from Vol. 19, No. 1-2, Spring-Summer

General and Sexual Communication in Established Relationships: An Exploration of Possible Links to Condom Use among Young Adults
Abstract: Rates of consistent condom use are typically low among young adults in established relationships. This exploratory investigation examines how young adults in relationships characterize their communication styles with their current partners....
Sexual Health Education in Newfoundland and Labrador Schools: Junior High School Teachers' Experiences, Coverage of Topics, Comfort Levels and Views about Professional Practice
Abstract: This exploratory study sought to identify the experiences, topic coverage, comfort levels, views, and training of junior high school teachers responsible for teaching sexual health education in grades 7, 8, or 9 in Newfoundland and Labrador....
Sexual Identity and Heterosexual Male Students' Usage of Homosexual Insults: An Exploratory Study
Abstract: The use of different homosexual insults by heterosexual male students at a mid-sized Canadian university was studied. The types of insults included both those directed at sexuality and sexual orientation ("sexualized homosexual insults")...
The Reliability and Validity of Instruments Supporting the Sexual Self-Control Model
Abstract: Young women often voluntarily give-in to unwanted sexual activity not involving force. Kennett, Humphreys, and Patchell (2009) proposed a new conceptual model of sexual self-control that delineated the factors empowering young women to be...
Trends in Teen Pregnancy Rates from 1996-2006: A Comparison of Canada, Sweden, U.S.A., and England/Wales
Abstract: This article summarizes and compares the most recent available data on ten-year teen birth/ abortion rates in Canada, Sweden, U.S.A., and England/Wales. From 1996 to 2006, the teen birth/abortion rate declined by 36.9% in Canada, 25% in the...