In one case the patients wondered how they had gotten pregnant when they were on the pill. After some conversation, the doctor discovered that the couple had become pregnant due to the fact that the man was taking the pill. Another case related to Omar was about a married couple who had been trying desperately to have a child and yet they were unsuccessful. After further investigation the doctor discovered that these patients were actually engaging in anal sex and had never had vaginal sex.
This total lack of knowledge of the basic action of procreation, both protection and prevention, and the simple act of trying to create a child seems almost laughable. After getting over the comedic value of such outlandish stories, one has to take a moment to acknowledge the seriousness of this threat. In cultures where privacy and conservative behavior is so highly favored that its citizens are ignorant to their own bodily functions, I wonder if there is a human rights violation in that.
The violation isn't just ignorance, its the governments active resistance to the notion of informing their masses. The Chinese government has shut down multiple sex ed programs due to their 'promiscuity,' and this is, in my opinion a violation of their basic human right to understand their own body and protect it from an assortment health problems as well as understanding the act of sex itself.