Should homosexual sex ed be taught in elementary schools along with the usual heterosexual sex ed?

Posted by: Sophia13

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No, it shouldn't.

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Yes, it should.

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Yes, but parents should have the right to exclude their children from the lesson.

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PetersSmith says2015-04-08T19:48:04.4379911-05:00
Despite being a lesbian, I really don't think it's necessary since heterosexual sex ed. Generally gives the "gist" for sex.
briantheliberal says2015-04-08T19:54:50.5293815-05:00
There is really no such thing as "homosexual sex ed". There is nothing regarding sex that gay people do that heterosexuals do not.
Max.Wallace says2015-04-08T20:07:44.0595597-05:00
This question reeks of nonsense.
briantheliberal says2015-04-08T20:38:02.6755494-05:00
The people voting 'no' and their comments are a perfect example of heterosexual privilege in our society. Yet, so many of you are quick to deny this when confronted.
kman100 says2015-04-08T20:41:08.0621343-05:00
The comment that gay sex has a higher risk of infection is so, so, stupid
briantheliberal says2015-04-08T20:43:37.8191778-05:00
Exactly, infection of what? Gay people don't all have sex the same way. There is nothing gay people do during sex that straight people do not.
Sophia13 says2015-04-08T21:01:04.2083378-05:00
It's not just homosexual sex that can spread disease, by the way; ANY unprotected sex can spread disease.
Texas14 says2015-04-08T21:32:37.0379850-05:00
@applestoapples, sex is equally unsafe for homosexuals as it is for heterosexuals.
58539672 says2015-04-08T22:10:47.8711001-05:00
Elementary schools teach sex ed? Aren't they a bit young for that?
TBR says2015-04-08T22:31:18.8957140-05:00
This my, friends, is the winner of this thread. "Squirrelnuts57 says 'People can learn butt stuff on their own. Plus homos aren't reproducing, so it doesn't matter what hole they stick "it" in.'. Winner of what exactly, I cant say.
Krampus says2015-04-09T07:38:13.0016142-05:00
Briantheliberal: Heterosexual privilege? Give me a break, trying to pull a victim card won't work here. Please explain how sex ed being taught in schools is oppressing gay people. The truth is there is no valid reason to have a separate sex ed for hetero/homosexual sex. By your own logic, you should have voted "No". You said so yourself "There is nothing regarding sex that gay people do that heterosexuals do not". So why should there be a distinction. That class would be pointless. The class would go along the lines of: "This is how straight people put on condoms, this is how gay people put on condoms; This is how straight people get erections, this is how gay people get erections; This is how straight people get their period, this is how gay people get their period." It's redundant and pointless to teach homosexual sex ed because, as you said so yourself, there is no distinction between the two. It should just be sex ed.
Squirrelnuts57 says2015-04-09T08:09:17.5390145-05:00
@TBR, I would probably win execution if anyone who disagrees were here by me meow. I just worded it funny. I'm saying the same thing as @PeterSmith, heterosexual sex ed gives the "gist". Thank you fro crowning me winner though. HAHA!
Krampus says2015-04-13T10:30:04.0942673-05:00
Canadaray, sex ed isn't about sexuality. It's about trying to prevent kids and teenagers from contracting STD's and getting each other pregnant. No part of the education would apply differently to straight/gay people, so there would be no distinction from what is taught. Therefore, there should not be an entirely different curriculum for homosexual sex ed since there is no difference.
Sophia13 says2015-04-13T13:53:58.2365633-05:00
Without this kind of sex ed, gay children might not find out that homosexual sex is dangerous too.

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