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Boys and Girls Speak Out: A Qualitative Study of Children’s Gender and Sexual Cultures (age 10-12)

This report by Cardiff University, with support and funding from the NSPCC, looks at how younger children perceive gender, sexual identity and relationships.

Researchers interviewed 125 children, aged 10-12 years, living in Wales. Discussion focused on five key areas: the sexualisation of culture, body cultures, relationship cultures, equalities and change.

 

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