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This paper draws upon the psychoanalytic concepts of enigma and aesthetic conflict to frame an inquiry into the emotional situation of sex education conversations between adults and youth. What would it mean to see the developmental conflicts of sexuality and desire as opening the possibility of sex education? How does the uncertainty of adult knowledge become a resource to the adolescent? Through a close reading of a documentary film about adolescent female sexuality and desire, the paper considers the ambiguous ways in which knowledge of sexuality is conveyed by adults and received by youth. It argues that attention to the aesthetic structures of film can make room for understanding how youth engage an education in sexuality and return this education to the adults in their world.
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- The Enigmatic Messages of Sexuality Education: Julie Gustafson’s Desire
Dr. Karyn Sandlos
- Springer US