The aim of this study was to understand the sexual cultural violence of contemporary society of Taiwan and explore for the suggestions that it was reduced and abated. The subjects for this research were selected by a structured questionnaire of cross-section survey from the population of grown-ups who were above 18 years old and lived in 17 areas of Taiwan. The data collection instrument, “Attitude Scale of Sexual Cultural Violence of Contemporary Society of Taiwan” was calculated by using some quantitative data analyses, such as Descriptive Analysis, T-test, One-way ANOVA, Point-biserial Correlation, and Spearman Rank Correlation. Moreover, it was also performed by a qualitative data analysis, Semi-structured Interviewing. The findings of this study were as followed:
1.The total performances of group-ups in sexual culture violence were significantly different from their gender, ages, education background, vocations, personal monthly salary, marital status, family state, religious belief, and devotion degrees of religious belief. However, the total performances in sexual culture violence were not significantly different from long-term living place and sexual orientation.
2.The total performances of group-ups in sexual culture violence were significantly related to their gender, ages, education background, and marital status. However, the total performances in sexual culture violence were not significantly related to personal monthly salary and devotion degrees of religious belief.
3.The affirmation to body and sex was lacked everywhere in the society of Taiwan.
4.The notion of sexual freedom was not recognized correctly and completely everywhere in the society of Taiwan.
5.Because the cognition of both human rights and sexual rights were not considered clearly in the society of Taiwan, sexual minorities was still discriminated and children sexual rights were not respected.
6.Because the same-sex marriage rights in the society of Taiwan were never legalized, no one knows the miserable emotions of homosexuality.
7.The decriminalization of prostitute's rights was necessary and urgent in the society of Taiwan.
8.The extramarital affairs and extramarital sex were convicted in the society of Taiwan.
9.The sex information was needed a legalized channel to circulate in the society of Taiwan.
10.The sex was lacked rational and scientific deliberation according to the religion.
11.The sexuality education was able to deal with all sex problems in the society of Taiwan.
According to the findings, the conclusions were presented as followed:
1.Taiwanese group-ups have slightly had some sensitiveness of sexual cultural violence.
2.The cognition of the slogan, “Sex always goes along with love,” is one kind of sexual cultural violence.
3.Grown-ups in Taiwan got used to seem comments of morality and laws as the instrument of restricting sexual intimacy of one person and others
4.Sexual rights of any identity could not be respected fully is the main sexual culture violence of Taiwan.The cognition of sex was confused for Taiwanese group-ups.
5.The cognition of sex was confused for Taiwanese group-ups.
6.The movements of sexual rights in Taiwan were unenlightened.
Therefore, the suggestions of this study would be listed in order:
I. The suggestions for the society of Taiwan
1.To be clarified the cognition of sexual freedom.
2.To reinforce the education of sexual rights.
3.To advance the legalization of same-sex marriage.
4.To advance the legalization of sexual industry.
5.To advance the adultery decriminalization.
6.To implement the scientific sexuality-education.
7.To build up the sexual concept, “Respect your choice, and obey the nature.” presented by Fang-fu Ruan.
II. The suggestions for the method
3.The method of data collection.
4.The method of interviewing.
III. The suggestions for the future researches
1.To further examine the sexual violence of contemporary society of Taiwan, such as Sexual Direct Violence, Sexual Structural Violence.
2.To proceed the longitudinal survey.