Background: A conventional Nepalese society still regards sexuality as a taboo and sexual activities outside marriage are rarely accepted. However, attitudes of young Nepalese people towards sexual relationships have steadily changed with the modernization of society and culture. Aim: To explore factors encouraging premarital sex among young people of Nepal. Methods: Ten focus groups and 31 individual in-depth interviews with rural and urban young people were carried out by same sex researchers. Results: Most participants were aged years.
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Introduction: Altered sex ratio at birth is strong indicator of bias against unwanted sex. Sex selection is currently possible through advanced technology of pre implantation sex selection, prenatal sex diagnosis and sex selective abortions. In Nepal, though preference for sons is strong, there is no evidence of altered sex ratio at birth on country wide basis. All live born babies born during a period of five years to were divided into three groups-first live born babies, second live born babies and the rest grouped as third and subsequent live born babies. Their sex was recorded and results were analyzed. Results: Over the entire study period, boys were born for every girls normal being to boys for every girls. For the first live births, the ratio was boys to girls.
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