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Author Topic: Sex Education for Kids  (Read 10941 times)

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Offline NicoleJ

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Sex Education for Kids
« on: January 10, 2008, 04:51:33 pm »
Do you believe that sex education should be mandatory in the U.S. public school system?

Read "Sex on the Syllabus" by clicking on the following link!

http://realhealthmag.com/articles/sex_education_youth_1936_13819.shtml

Offline kabram

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Re: Sex Education for Kids
« Reply #1 on: January 15, 2008, 05:14:37 pm »
Yes, Children are having conversations at such a young age and the schools need to teach the basic sex ed facts that are followed up by parent and child discussion. This would put to rest the playground rumors, sex myths, and flase teachings of television. However, I think the teaching should be contracted outside of the school to ensure accurate materials and consistancy. Teachers tend to form opinions and judge children. That can scar a child'd rep. Sex ed. also gives the younger children the opportunity to be fimilar with their body and have ownership of it. It perpares others for the changes that will take place in the teen years. If you look at the STD infection rates, pregancy rates, sex crime, and abortion rates we can no longer trust that the message is being told in every home or church. We have to start the message where the children are, School.

Offline healthfellow

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Re: Sex Education for Kids
« Reply #2 on: November 02, 2008, 02:49:07 am »
Do you believe that sex education should be mandatory in the U.S. public school system?

Read "Sex on the Syllabus" by clicking on the following link!

http://realhealthmag.com/articles/sex_education_youth_1936_13819.shtml


Yes, the Sex education should be there for children in their syllabus. Also i believe parents can also play an important role in providing Sex education to their Children. This will resolve lot of problem not only for the children for society as well.

 


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