About the Journal

The IJSSE is a double-blind, peer-review, fully open-access journal providing an advanced platform and opportunities for sexuality education-related research outputs. The Editorial Board welcomes empirical, conceptual, academic, and theoretical articles critically analyzed and interpreted in all its holistic approach to Sexuality education: Sexuality comprehensive education, challenges of learners or students within the school context. The IJSSE approaches manuscripts related to the operational guidance for Comprehensive sexuality education. For example, these are based on all individuals' values and human rights as a core component, not an add-on. Thorough and scientifically accurate information about human rights, gender norms, and power in relationships (including consent and decision-making, sexual coercion, intimate-partner and gender-based violence, and sexual diversity); the body, puberty, and reproduction; relationships, communication, and decision-making; and sexual health (including STIs/HIV and AIDS, unintended pregnancy, condoms, and contraception, and how to access health and other support services). It focuses on gender (gender norms and gender equality) as a stand-alone topic and is also infused across other CSE topics; moreover, such gender content dovetails with efforts to keep girls in school and to promote an egalitarian learning environment. It deals with a safe and healthy learning environment. It consists of effective participatory teaching approaches that help learners personalize information and strengthen their communication, decision-making, and critical thinking skills. It is a youth advocacy and civic engagement in program design, empowering learners beyond the curriculum as agents in their own lives and community leaders. It focuses on cultural appropriateness, tailored as needed for distinct subpopulations. The scholarly articles must be prepared, treated, and interpreted with the same academic rigor expected of academic research.