According to the document, 82% of respondents attribute a "high degree of importance" to the fact that schools dictate the ESI, but opinions differ as to what should be the main objective. A little less than 9% aimed at reducing gender violence as one of the central objectives. More than half of respondents understand feminism as a struggle for equal rights between men and women.
The consultant Gustavo Córdoba y Asociados carried out a national research related to the implementation of integral sexual education (ESI) and feminism. Of the total number of respondents, 82.2% attributed a high degree of importance to the fact that schools dictate the ESI, while 15.3% did not consider it important.
The majority of respondents agreed that the school should not be the only school offering sex education. 43.6% of Argentines believe that parents and schools should fulfill this function, while 35% believe that it is an exclusive prerogative of families and 16.8% should be a function of the school.
When the researcher put the magnifying glass in these percentages in relation to the religion that each interviewee said profess, it was found that both atheists (82.7%), catholics (82.9%) and evangelicals (74.3% )) agrees that the role of schools in this regard is important. "We did not find great differences in terms of sex, age groups, educational level or gender," the report said.
The article suggests that opinions are divided over the criterion on what should be the primary goal of ESI taught by schools. 30% said they should aim to "prevent sexually transmitted diseases STD", 29.1% should "educate so they have freedom of choice", 25.4% said it should serve to "reduce unwanted pregnancies" and only 8, 9% were concerned that they should "reduce gender-based violence among adolescents". Similar percentages are found in all segments studied.
Feminism is perceived by a large majority (53.6%) as a matter of "equality of rights between men and women", although 21.7% relate it to the "fight against gender violence" on the 7th, 2% as a "rematch of women against men" and 6.6% that "threatens the traditional values of society".
While 77 percent of respondents agree with the notion that "positions in politics are filled by 50 and 50 men and women," there is a broad swath of society that believes there should be special merit for women. to aspire to these positions.
From 2019, Argentina must be represented in the lists of national legislators equally between women and men. In general, we Argentines approve of this idea embodied in art. 60 bis of the National Electoral Code, with a percentage close to 77% and a rejection close to 18.