Sexuality and Quality of Life in Postmodernism in University of Mexico

Julio Cufarfan Lopez, Jesus Alberto Garcia Garcia, Gabriela Moran Delgado


This study analyzes the responses of a group of young University students from the state of Coahuila, México, in relation to variables on Quality of Life. Their responses are analyzed in two groups: sexually active young people, and those who do not. It seeks to find a different lifestyle in relation to Sexuality. They are young people aged between 17 and 25 years old. Although Sexuality is not mentioned as a part of quality life, it is certainly part of the physical, psychological and emotional health of people. Sexuality in Mexico is stigmatized, and deeply rooted in morality; that is why unplanned pregnancies are increasing and at an earlier age. Several authors refer changes in lifestyles between modernity and Postmodernity (Lechner, Lyotard, Lipovetsky, Lanceros, etc.) have been little explored in relation to the Quality of Life and the indicators that measure it. The results allow to affirm that studied youth perceive themselves in two different models of lifestyle: the sexual active with a tendency to postmodern styles, while the non-active, to modern lifestyles.

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