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The aforementioned societal norms began to be enforced during the Joseon Dynasty.For instance, chastity of widows were enforced by forbidding the sons and grandsons of remarried women from taking the Gwageo. In the family, women were expected to take care of the family finances.According to two Korean Research Institute on Sexuality and Culture studies done on 19, 37.1% of male students learned about sex from pornography, while 14% learned it from their peers; for female students, 37% received sexual education from peers while 25.7% received it from school.According to the Korean Research Institute of Sexuality, 70% of female high school students agreed that masturbation was natural, though only 15.2% of the surveyed students reported masturbating, and the biggest group felt guilty about doing so.Married couples received a calendar that stated information about the best days for fertility; this information was usually given only to the bride, although the groom sometimes received it.As producing children was considered a duty, families sometimes intervened.Women were excluded from schools until 1886, when Ewha Hakdang was established. Early marriages were often arranged and can be traced back to the Three Kingdoms of Korea period (57 AD-668).Children about 10 years old could be presented to another family; this was done for both boys and girls.
The education was focused on methods of becoming pregnant and consequent reproduction.In 1996, the Korea Research Institute for Culture and Sexuality was established to develop sexual education programs.Starting in the early 1990s, Interest in sexual education began to increase.The attitudes of the parents toward masturbation had a positive correlation with the attitude of the parents toward their children's masturbation.
Production of pornography is illegal, although amateur material known as Yadong exists.Only the women of the ruling class could enjoy the same privileges of the men in the same class.