I think that schools should be given a sexual education class in schools b/c some of us actually want to learn about sex and all the consequences that come with it. We need to know all the diseases that come with having sex and not using protection! Its easy to get a disease!
Not enough parents are teaching their children, and the rise of unplanned pregnancy is ridiculous. I had sex ed in school and it was needed and I am thankful that I had that class in school. The children of today need to be educated. STD prevention is important, along with being provided with the essential information regarding sex.
If sex education did not exist, I believe there would be many children pregnant from experimenting and there would be a LOT of STIs around! However, I don't think that anybody in primary school should be taught sex education. Especially not children who are meerly five years old as recently been discovered! The innocence of children should remain!
It has been clearly demonstrated that kids who are taught abstinence only are more likely to get STDs and have abortions. In order to prepare young people for their own sexual development and urges and how to deal with the sexual advances of the people in their lives they must be educated in a matter of fact way and instructed how to protect and prepare themselves. Abstinence only education results in ignorant, not innocent kids and adults.
They could be aware of all the STDs and how to protect themselves in sexual intercourse. Also, they could learn the meaning of sex and the importance of protecting yourself. The statistics of STDs are high in our community, especially in the black and Latino communities, so yes I do think it is important to have it. And you should teach the kids about it in a early stage of their life.
Stopping children from exploring the NORMAL is ridiculous. Closing their minds and filling them with misleading information and brain washing them to believe that sex before marriage is bad is unacceptable. It is more important they know about safe sex ,STD'S, puberty and the reproductive system. Open their minds and educate them properly. Let them make decisions and find what's right for them.
Sex ed should definitely be a mandatory subject in schools because it's for our children's own safety! Why wait for some type of tragedy to happen, like unwanted pregnancies? Kids having kids! We as parents and teachers should be here to guide these kids, to support them and to give the facts they need to know.
Parents need to stop thinking that their children are innocent. In today's day and age when social media is becoming commonplace, incorrect & biased information is out there. Adults need to remember that the times are changing & that sexuality is not a sin but a part of life. Remember you were young once too & how scared & misinformed you were as well.
Yes! Children should be educated about sex. Not only will it inform them of a natural human behavior, but it is the most effective method for preventing STD's and unwanted pregnancies.
Ignorance of any subject is usually one the chief reasons for the problems associated with that subject. Sex is no different. It is an important and inescapable part of life and children need to understand it. An age appropriate curriculum of sex education can be used to explain and prevent the spread of sexually transmitted disease and unwanted pregnancy.
I believe children should be given sex education in schools because, if they are not given sex education, there is a large chance of an incident happening where education could have prevented a negative outcome.
I believe that sex education should be taught in schools because it is needed to provide the correct information and accurate facts that might already be available to children through television, the internet and from other students. Children today have access to countless avenues of information, some of which may not be correct and can lead to mistakes in later life. When sex education is taught in school at the proper time it can dispel many rumors and lies about sex and provide a realistic view of sex and reproduction.
Every child ought to receive sex education in schools at an appropriate age. In addition to the basic anatomical and biological information, students also need to know how to prevent unwanted pregnancy and avoid sexually transmitted diseases. They should also be taught the responsibility that one is taking on when one decides to become sexually active.
The research supporting this is dogged by ideology and is of very poor quality. I go to the primary sources have yet to find a decent research study that is not beset by huge methodological problems and poor response rates. What kids need is good parenting, not more sex education.
It is the duty of parents preferably of same sex, girl should get from mom and boy should get this education from dad. Surprisingly, teen pregnancies and STIs in teen are very low in a society where no sex ed is given in school compared to the society where it is provided in schools.
The parents should teach there children about sex. It is there child. In schools they show a video that is basicly porn while they are un the fifth grade! They are to young to learn at that age. They will also what to have sex afterwards. Sex education is wrong do not let you kids learn from school.
That is what is wrong with teens, and much younger. With an explosion of sex in the media, there are no morals for our students. Throwing yourself at a member of the opposite sex has become excepted, but instead it should be spoke against...of course this should start at home!
Abstinence ed is a preferable alternative. The only reason you would want to have sex ed is if you want people to have sex. There is no such thing as safe sex; all sex carries an inherent risk of negative outcomes (pregnancy, stds, etc.) as there is nothing that fully removes all probabilities of any negative outcomes occurring. That's why we need Abstinence Ed: Teach people to not have sex.
How do we know that ALL children are ready to hear/see sex? This introduction may be enticing and put thoughts in a child's head that they either are not ready for or would never have contemplated for a few more years.
I wouldn't tell a primary age young person the safest ways of taking illegal drugs, or point them to the best drug pusher selling pure illegal drugs. Sex is made to look like the be all and end all, when it is not.
Sure teach about the changes in body and reproduction - but why is anything else necessary? Why does a 12 year old need to be shown how to use a condom, if having sex at 12 is illegal? This is a mix message. Children are now more and more seeing underage sex as the norm - because they are given contraception including dangerous morning after pill and can have abortions without the support of their parents.
If they are bad parents out there - deal with them and help there children, but don't impose a blanket set of legislation/laws or whatever for ALL, when ALL isn't bad.
The degeneration of society and degradation of social morals have led schools to teach sex-ed in schools. This should be the right of parents, not schools. Do you think that schools are trying to demote sex? NO! By teaching sex-ed they are only encouraging it by saying "practice safe sex". This is just sick. Why do you think there is a rise in teen pregnancies and STI's? Make your own conclusion.
I don't want my daughter to learn about sex until she is in high school because it does not matter what school is going to be teaching it, I just don't think that they should teach kids about sex until they get into high school. Its just not right ok.
Sex education should not be taught in school ever because since the schools started adding it to the curriculum there have been more teen pregnancies
Sexual education in schools is encouraging (in youths and adults) an acceptance for young sex on a whole. If some schools can have daycare programs for pregnant teenagers, then why cant they have rehabilitation centers for young heroine addicts? In the same way that schools take a ZERO tolerance stance on drugs, they can adopt a ZERO tolerance policy on adolescent sexual activity and not only decrease pregnancies and STI's amongst youth, but also lower the acceptability level for premature sex on a whole.
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