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Sex Education, Abolition of (UK): Should the practice of sex education classes for children under the age of consent in Britain's schools be abandoned?

Sex Education, Abolition of (UK): Should the practice of sex education classes for children under the age of consent in Britain's schools be abandoned?
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  • Britain Can't Abandon Sex Ed

    In reality, Britain needs to continue education children in schools no matter their age when it comes to sex. Sex education is important, even if those children aren't legally old enough to have sex. Such legal barriers won't stop a teen from having sexual intercourse. However, they need to know what they're getting themselves into.

  • The practice of sex education classes for children under the age of consent should not be abandoned.

    These days, kids are being bombarded with message about sex from the Internet, television, and movies. It's important for kids to learn what is correct and what is incorrect, because the media is not interested in teaching the truth. Kids need to have a place where they can get accurate infomation about sex.

  • 12- and 13-Year-Olds Need to Know

    The United Kingdom needs to advocate sex education for kids ages 12 and 13 because that is when kids start to ramp up the hormonal changes normally associated with puberty. To make sex education part of a school's curriculum at or after the age of consent is too late because teens may be having sex with each other before the age of consent.

  • I do not think sexual education classes should be abandoned.

    I do not think sexual education classes should be abandoned. I think that teaching children about sex, about practicing safe sex, and about the dangers of sexually transmitted diseases is very important. If they do not learn about these things they can unknowingly make a lot of mistakes when they reach adulthood.

  • Not it should not

    Sex education needs to start early for students and progressively get into more and more detail. Having sex education too late is a big reason for the spread of disease and also with teen pregnancy. They see these things on TV and in the media, but truly know nothing about it. They need education.

  • Sex Education for Those Under Age of Consent Should Not Be Banned

    No, the practice of sex education classes for children under the age of consent in Britain's schools should not be abandoned as it is better for children to learn about sex from a safe place than only from their peers. Children should be aware of sex and how to practice is safely if need be.

  • Sex Education Should Stay in Schools

    Sex education should not be abandoned in schools for children under the age of consent. If students who are under the age of consent do not have sex education, how will they know what to do if someone tries to coerce them to do something they don't want to? Age appropriate sex education has been found by numerous studies to help equip young people with the knowledge they need to make better and more informed decisions.


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