ISSN 1944 ¨C 6683
Volume 3, No 4, December 30, 2010
Publisher: NG Man-Lun, M.D.
Advisor: RUAN Fangfu, M.D., Ph.D.
Chief Editor: DENG Mingyu, M.D., Ph.D.
World Association of Chinese Sexologists
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World Height Forum of Chinese Sexologists Held Guangzhou
Mary Lao & Mingyu Deng
<Chinese Sexuality Health Times>, New York, USA
On October 28, the World Height Forum of Chinese Sexologists was held at the East Hotel in Guangzhou in China. From USA, Canada, Malaysia, China-mainland, Taiwan and Hong Kong, more than 250 experts, scholars and professionals attended the meeting. The Society Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the Guangdong Sexology Association held in the same period
The forum was organized by the World Association of Chinese Sexologists (WACS) and the Guangdong Sexology Association. Main principals of WACS attended forum. They are President Dr. Man-lun Ng (Professor of Hong Kong), Honorary President and Board of Supervisors Dr. Fangfu Ruan (Professor of the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality, San Francisco, USA), Honorary President Dr. Yuan-Hsiang Chu (Professor, President of the Shu-Te University, Taiwang), Honorary President Professor Feng Zhang (President of the Guangdong Sexology Association), Vice-President Professor Suimin Pan (President of the Institute of Sexuality and Gender of the Renmin University of China), Vice-President Professor Lin Tao (President of the Shenzhen Sexology Association), Vice-President Dr. Mingyu Deng (Professor, President of the Institute for Oriental-Western Human Sexuality, New York, USA), Vice-President Dr. Yen-Chin Lin (Professor, Director of the Graduate School of Human Sexuality of the Shu-Te University, Taiwan), Secretary-General Dr. Cherng-Jye Jeng (Professor of the Taipei Medical University Hospital), and Vice Secretary-General Professor Xiaohui Peng (Professor of the Central China Normal University, Wuhan, China). Main principals of Taiwang Branch of WACS attended forum. They are Honorary President Dr. Edwin H. Yen (Professor of the Department of Health Promotion and Education of the National Taiwan Normal University) and President Dr. Ming-Lei Yang (Associate Professor of the Gradute Institute of Educational Psychology and Counseling of the Tamkang University).
Guests from other related institutions were Professor Jingzhong Zhang (President of the China Sexology Association), Dr Stanislaus D. K. Lai (President of the Hong Kong Sex Education Association) and Mr Qimin Wu (President of the Malaysia Branch of the Society for Scientific Study of Sexuality in Taiwan).
President Feng zhang of the Guangdong Sexology Association presided over the opening ceremony. Some experts have speech in opening ceremony. They are Mr Jiang Zhang (Head of Department of Publicity and Education National Population and Family Planning Commission of P. R. China), Dr. Man-Lun Ng (President of WACS), Dr. Yuan-Hsiang Chu (President of the Society for Scientific Study of Sexuality in Taiwan) and Dr. Fangfu Ruan (Honorary President of WACS).
In the forum, world-renowned Chinese sexologists together shared their achievements and experience in the field of sexuality research. The symposium had 25 lectures that covered many different frontier topics. The academic communication with rich content, creative topics, wide range, intense and warm discussion turned out to be strongly targeted.
Main sports in the forum are following in: ¡®Study report of sexuality and reproductive health in undergraduates in Guangdong¡¯ (Feng Zhang), ¡®The current focus of sexuality education to promote¡¯ (Fangfu Ruan), ¡®Models and dispute in school sexuality education¡¯ (Edwin H. Yen), ¡®Political and economic analysis for strategy of trap of premarital chastity education (Xiaohui Peng), ¡®New ideal of sexuality education¡¯ (Yen-Chin Lin), ¡®Sex of Chinese people over the past 10 years¡¯ (Suimin Pan), ¡®Discuss to flow of intimate relationship in Chinese¡¯ (Yuan-Hsiang Chu), ¡®Sexology or sexual health ¨C a question of self-identity¡¯ (Man-lun Ng), ¡®Issues for carrying out study to human sex cultural system¡¯ (Mingan Qu), ¡®Phenomenon of sex consumer culture in Hong Kong¡¯ (Stanislaus D. K. Lai), ¡®Theory discuss to construction of photography schools of sexual interest¡¯ (Lin Tao), ¡®Research and investigation about the psychosexual state and sexuality behavior in Chinese undergraduate new residents in the USA¡¯ (Mingyu Deng), ¡®Self-disclosure of sex to adult intimate partner¡¯ (Ming-Lei Yang), ¡®Associated to war with male courtship- reflections on the origin of human warfare¡¯ (Lei Zhang) and ¡®Art of vulva and pornography¡¯ (Chan Huang), etc.
The experts and scholars launched wonderful view of the collision. Lively discussion has been made on stage and audience. The participants expressed their notion that this forum has enriched the content and new ideas, for us open a wisdom eye to tell the complicated social phenomena.
¡¾Analects of the World Height Forum of Chinese Sexologists¡¿
Research and Investigation about the Psychosexual State and Sexuality Behavior in Chinese Undergraduate New Residents in the USA
Mingyu Deng1, Youping Wang2, Qinglian Li3, Yong Li4, Ming Deng-Yun5,
Hong Yuan6, Li Chen6, Lei Gong6, Jing Tang6, Peter Yun1, Anna Xu7, Terry Lee8,
Mary Lao3, Qian Zhou9, Linda Dong10, Qin Zhao11 and Judy Kuriansky12
1, American College of East-west Health Science (New York, USA);
2, Albambra Medical University (Los Angeles, USA);
3, Chinese Psychology and Health Time, (Kew Gardens Hills, USA)
4, The Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality (San Francisco, USA)
5, Columbia University Medical Center (New York, USA)
6, Chinese Community Counseling Center in New York (Flushing, USA)
7, International Association of Chinese Medical Specialists & Psychologists (New York, USA)
8, Yale University Medical Center (Connecticut, USA)
9, Queens College of the City University of New York (Flushing, USA)
10, Department of Psychology, Northwestern University (Chicago, USA)
11, Department of Psychology, University of California (Los Angeles, USA)
12. Columbia University Teachers College (New York, USA)
[Abstract] Objective: To understand the status of psychosexuality and sexuality behavior among Chinese undergraduates studying in USA, and to discuss the importance of developing sexuality counseling and sexuality education for Chinese undergraduates. Method: The "Psychosexuality and Sexual Behavior Questionnaire Investigation" was administered to 126 Chinese undergraduates from five universities in the USA. Results: The majority of Chinese undergraduates have misgivings about sexual behavior in university, and are cautious about sexual behavior for fear of possible consequences. Chinese undergraduates have received less sexuality education and lack sexual knowledge, but also express desire to learn sexual knowledge. Conclusions: Since universities and colleges are the last station of public education, they should become the main platform for sexuality counseling and sexuality
education, especially in light of the fact that Chinese undergraduates in the USA generally lack sexuality knowledge. It is suggested that it is necessary to launch comprehensive sexuality education for Chinese undergraduates.
[Key word] Chinese undergraduates; New resident; Psychosexuality; Sexualiyu Behavior; Sexuality knowledge; Sexuality education
Research to Characteristic of ERP Electroencephalogram of Male Evoked by Sexy Picture
Tao Lin, He Shenxi, Liu Jie, Hu Xuhuai and Xi Xiaohui
Department of Procreation and Sexual medicine, Shenzhen Family Planning Service Center
¡¾Abstract¡¿ Objective: To explore the neuropsychological mechanisms of male sexual arouse evoked by sexy picture. Methods: Pictures were divided into five groups: three sexy pictures including couple, female and male, adding on happy and natural control pictures. 22 males were recorded scalp ERP when they were watching pictures. Results: (1) there were significantly of Pl60 at Fz between sexy pictures and natural pictures, which were 164.6¡À11.3 couple£Ü157.l¡À28.7 female£Ü162.4¡À12.8 male£Ü139.5¡À34.3 natural ms, respectively F=4.63, P<0.01, there were significantly difference in the amplifies of Pl60 at F3 between sexy pictures and natural pictures, which were 4.23¡À5.73 cemple£Ü3.20¡À4.l female £Ü3.44¡À4.1 male£Ü0.96¡À2.8 natural ¦ÌV, respectively, F=l.91, P<005. (2) the P160 latencies and amplifies of sexy pictures did not differ significantly from that of happy control picture (P>0.05), (3) the P160 latencies and amplifies did not differ significantly between three sexy pictures (P>0.05). Conclusions: Present study suggested that male sexual arouse was an emotion which was different from neutral mood and similar to pleasant feelings, and could be evoked by three sexy pictures.
¡¾Key words¡¿ male sexual psychology; sexual arouse; sexual pictures; ERP (Event Related Potential); P160; comparative observation
Research to Characteristic of ERP Electroencephalogram of Female Evoked by Sexy Picture
He Shenxi, Tao Lin, Liu Jie, Hu Xuhuai and Xi Xiaohui
Department of Procreation and Sexual medicine, Shenzhen Family Planning Service Center
¡¾Abstract¡¿ Objective£ºTo explore the neuropsychological mechanisms of female sexual arouse evoked by sexy picture. Methods: Pictures were divided into five groups; three sexy pictures including couple, female and male, adding on happy and natural control pictures, 22 females were recorded scalp ERP when they were watching pictures. Results: (1) there were significantly difference in the latencies of P160 AF3 between sexy pictures and natural pictures, which were 161.8¡À3.33 couple£Ü160.5¡À3.81 female£Ü158.2¡À29.3 male£Ü129.3¡À34.4 natural ms, respectively, F=3.72 p<0.01, there were significantly difference in the amplifies of P160 at Fz between sexy pictures and natural pictures, which were 1.17¡À2.2 couple £Ü1.49¡À3.4 female£Ü2.30¡À3.0 male£Ü0.00¡À2.1 natural ¦ÌV, respectively, F=3.08, P<0.05. (2) the P160 latencies and amplifies of sexy pictures did not differ significantly from that of happy control pictures (P>0.005). (3) the P160 latencies and amplifies did not differ significantly between three sexy pictures (P>0.05). Conclusions: Present study suggested that male sexual arouse was an emotion which was different from neutral mood and similar to pleasant feelings, and could be evoked by three sexy pictures.
¡¾Key words¡¿female sexual psychology; sexual arouse; sexual pictures; ERP (Event Related Potential); P160
The Community Intervention Study on AIDS for Female Sexual Workers in Shenzhen
Hu Xuhuai1, Zeng Xuchun1, Peng Huimin2 and Zhang LingHua1
1. Shenzhen Institute of Population and Family Planning
2. Hong Kong Care for AIDS
¡¾Abstract¡¿Objective: To improve Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) knowledge, behavior and attitude of female sexual workers (FSW), and to decrease AIDS infection. Methods: we developed actions about health education and intervention on how to prevent HIV in two communities there were a plenty of place to entertain in Shenzhen. The main actions included allocating condom and related brochures in entertainments, eating and drinking establishments and some main streets, providing free HIV test, developing lecture and training course in education center. Some peer educators also help us to do those works. The study did questionnaire survey between back and forth of intervention. Results: (1) The questionnaire survey had collected 177 questionnaires before intervention and had collected 200 questionnaires after intervention. 200 women¡¯ knowledge of AIDS grasped more than 177 women, the difference has statistical significance (P<0.05). (2) Before intervention, 97.7% of FSWs used condom with whoremaster, 48.7% of them used condom with sexual partners; through the intervention, the percent was increased 99.0% with whoremaster and 63.6% with sexual partners. (3) 174 FSWs had answered the questions of VCT, 16.1% of them had did VCT, 83.9% of them did not
attended the VCT; after intervention, in the 200 FSWs, 43.0% of them had attended the VCT, 57.0% of them did not attended, the percent of them who were attended VCT was increased, and the difference has statistical significance. (x2 =31.793, P<0.05). Conclusions: The HIV health education and intervention for FSW at the high risk communities can improve their knowledge, and condom using rate, and attitude of VCT, but FSWs got little knowledge which can not transmit HIV, so the intervention work should pay more attention.
¡¾Key words¡¿ AIDS, FSW, Community Intervention
Analysis to Use and Influential Factor of Condom for Floaring Young Man in Dongguan
Zhang Li, Qiu Jianguo, Jiang Bi, Zahng Wenhua, Xu Hongjia and Huang Jianchu
Dongguan Family Planning Service Centre, Dongguan, Guangdong 523079, China
¡¾Abstract¡¿ Objective: To study the current status on knowledge of condom and its¡¯ uses on floating young man of Dongguan; To study the factor analysis of this situation, so can we make efficient family planning service measures and disease prevention measures for floating young man of Dongguan. Methods£ºWe took both cluster sampling and random sampling, 500 floating young men of Dongguan were selected to receive questionnaire survey and the valid questionnaire is 446. The data were analyzed by the SPSSl5.0 software, to take descriptive statistics and logistic regression analysis. Results: Tile rate of valid questionnaire is 93.31£¥. Among the interviewees that had limited knowledge on condom; They always have low income status, poor educational background and Low-ranking position; They always to get condom from drug shop (23.19£¥); 35.7£¥ of the Floating young men only use condom sometimes; Proportion who use condom regularly was high related to educational attainment, occupation and marital status. Conclusions: floating young man of Dongguan lack the correct knowledge on condom. So we should take various efficient measures for Floating young man in order to promote awareness of contraception and provide more and more floating young man free condom.
¡¾Key words¡¿ Floating young man, Use of condom, Influential factor
Rights and Diversities
------The Third International Conference on `Sexualities in China'
Organizer: Instituteof Sexuality and Gender, Renmin University of China,
China Sexuality Resource Centre (Pan Suiming & Huang Yingying)
Date: June 17-19, 2011 (To be decided)
Venue: Renmin University of China, Beijing, China
Theme and topics:
The conference will focus on sexual rights and sexual diversities in China. Topics are not limited, but should focus on sexualities in China from historical, social, cultural and political perspectives. Ethnographic studies on sexualities in contemporary China are extremely encouraged.
¡ì Review and present the studies have been conducted on sexualities in China by both national and international scholars;
¡ì Bring together researchers and practitioners from different background, and bridge further communication and potential cooperation;
¡ì Create an academic atmosphere of Chinese sexuality research step by step.
Mandarin (Putonghua) is the main language. Chinese non-native scholars can use English, but encourage speaking in Putonghua.
National and international scholars, who do/did research on sexualities in China, have related publications, could dialogue in Mandarin and with the abstracts accepted.
Anyone is welcomed to sit in with an application by March 31st, 2011
Abstracts and papers:
¡ì Submit Chinese or English abstract (Chinese is encouraged) by January 31st, 2011.
¡ì For those whose abstracts have been accepted, should submit a paper later either in Chinese or in English. Deadline for paper: April 30th, 2011
¡ì The accepted abstract and paper should be allowed to be (re)published in ¡®Sexuality Research in China¡¯ by Institute of Sexuality and Gender for non-profit purpose.
The conference is funded by The Ford Foundation Beijing Office. No registration fee is required. Due to the limited resources, we can¡¯t afford to cover transportation and accommodation for participants outside of mainland China. International participants are encouraged to seek for other funding. If anyone needs invitation letter for conference purpose, please contact us.
Contact person: Yuan Lei
20th World Congress for Sexual Health
(Glasgow, UK. June 12-16, 2011)
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
It is a pleasure and great honour to be able to invite you to join us in Glasgow for the 20th World Congress for Sexual Health. Your host for the event is SSSSR which is developing an outstanding programme in association with our global colleagues. Our aim is to ensure that we do not deliver ¡®more of the same¡¯ but instead some new, innovative and inspirational material.
All of our invited speakers have been advised of our vision and to ensure that their contribution aligns with the congress theme ¨C ¡°Sexual Health for the Millennium ¨C forging for the future¡±. The International conference calendar is busier than ever, so I hope that our proposal of an opportunity to participate in this progressive congress alongside the wonderful opportunities for leisure in Glasgow and the surrounding Scottish Highlands and Glens will incite you to join us in the next world congress in 2011.
WAS Congress President 2011
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