In this way they show the need for “broaden the horizons of those rights”, for which he proposed a series of initiatives among which the incorporation of digital education within Comprehensive Sex Education.
In addition, in relation to current times, the need to add “respect for sexual and gender diversity with a formative nature, based on scientific and secular knowledge “, and modifying” the normative criteria so that the definition of Comprehensive Sexual Education contemplates principles of sociocultural diversity, gender and diversity of people with disabilities. “
From the perspective of diversity, the ombudsman stressed that it should be “included in Law 14,744, within the functions of the enforcement agency, make visible, promote and guarantee the sexual and reproductive rights of people with disabilities “.
“We must not forget that Comprehensive Sex Education is a Human Right in itself. It assures us that we can have equal access: to health, information, care of our own body and to make free decisions about our sexual and reproductive rights”, the statement concluded.