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Sexuality in the Philippines - Wikipedia
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Sexuality in the Philippines encompasses sexual behavior , sexual practices, and sexual activities exhibited by men and women of the Philippines past and the present. It covers courtship strategies for attracting partners for physical and emotional intimacy , sexual contact, sexual reproduction , building a family, and other forms of individual interactions or interpersonal relationships, as set and dictated by their culture and tradition, religion , beliefs, values and moral convictions, psychology , foreign influences, and other related factors. Although Westernization and globalization have influenced Filipinos who live in the metropolitan areas, the overall culture remains quite conservative in its sexual values. There are provisions and policies in the constitution of the Philippines which promulgates that the sexual act should happen only within the framework of married life between a man and woman, because this personal human expression is solidly connected to the family unit and to society as a whole. As a predominantly Christian country, the Philippines considers that the only sexual behavior morally and legally acceptable and appropriate is heterosexual intercourse within a monogamous marriage, with the exception of polygamous marriage as practiced by some Filipino minority groups and by Muslim communities in the Mindanao , southern, and southwestern regions of the Philippines, as long as the men of these population are financially capable of supporting their multiple wives.