- Parler de sexe sans rougir: comment les cours à l'usage des parents construisent l' « identité néerlandaise » et la « sexualité normale »
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Many discussions on "Dutch" values and ideals today are about sex and sexualities. In today's Dutch "comprehensive approach" to sexual health, parents and parenting play an important role. This paper offers an analysis of ethnographic material and a content analysis of teaching material of the course "Growing up with love," designed to train parents in Dutch-deprived urban areas for the sex education of their children. In these courses, talking openly about sex is presented as not only "normal," but also typically "Dutch," thus formulating a particular sexual nationalism. From this mixup of ""the normal" and "Dutchness" arises the presentation of sexual abnormalities as decisively "cultural" and thus located with the cultural Other.
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