The aim of this research is to determine the relationship between sexual myths and parent attitudes in women between the ages of 20-35. Whose have overprotective, inconsistent, repressive and authoritarian parents can not ask questions freely in sex related matters. The false information they learn from peers or digital media will facilitate the formation of sexual myths and it is important to determine that relationship with the suggestions. The sample of this study consisted of 83 randomly selected women aged 20-35 years. Sociodemographic Data Form, Parent Attitude Scale and Sexual Myths Evaluation Form were applied in the study. We found that, according to the economic level, SMF scores differ significantly and SMF scores differ significantly according to educational level. It has been determined that the level of protective-willing parental attitudes also differs in terms of education level.When the authoritarian attitude subscale scores of women were analysed according to age, economic level and education level variable no significant difference was observed. A low level of positive correlation was found between sexual myth levels and protective-willing attitudes. As a result of the research, various suggestions were made.
Attitude, parental attitude, myth, sexual myth