In this article Jahr analyzes a controversial issue: the treatment of ethics in relation to sexuality. It is important to highlight what Jahr notes with respect to providing adequate information to clarify sexual issues in youth and adults, which was at times accompanied by field work. It can be clearly seen that sound education about sexual issues is as valuable today as in the days of the enlightenment. Numerous lectures, exhibitions, films and articles adhere to this. It also holds the influence of the instinct over the influence of the rational. This means that you cannot subordinate sexual ethics only to the rational, "it is of special importance in childhood and in youth to have a direct influence on sexual ethics, which is not accessible through rational education alone." It also stresses that we not limit our formation only to new publications, but to return to classical writings.
[Abstract by Natacha Salomé Lima]