Sex Education


Sex education is a broad term used to describe education about human sexual anatomy, sexual reproduction, sexual intercourse, reproductive health, emotional relations, reproductive rights and responsibilities, abstinence, contraception, and other aspects of human sexual behavior.

The existence of AIDS has given a new sense of urgency to the topic of sex education.


What do you think? Is this subject necessary?

Comments

  1. Can be taught...but through a very good way of course. :p

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  2. With the kind of teachers we have these days, I wonder... May do more harm than good!

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  3. it's a hard call, i agree both with tekkaus and suituapui

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  4. Sex education can only be taught with utmost openness about the subject, we cannot have funny kind of teachers teaching about sex where she or he is so biased about it, right?

    I have already subtly taught my boys about sex in some ways, fundamentally i taught them about RESPECT, never to make fun of the girls, about their breasts and etc.

    To me Parents are more important to teach sex ed to the children than teachers lah

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  5. HOpe they can find the proper way to teach the younger generation!

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  6. Personally think it's also part of parents responsibility to instill sex education in their children, we shouldn't take for granted and rely everything to the teachers. Just my 2 cents!

    Have a nice day!

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  7. if taught properly it will be of good use.. if not.. a dare not think of the consequences..

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  8. The education ministry must find the best possible way of training the teachers to educate. Do we have confidence that they would do just that?
    +Ant+

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  9. i think it's necessary, and it will be a major thought need on how to conduct it in the most efficient and effective way..

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  10. Oh the birds and the bees is a huge challenge but not impossible, its necessary.

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  11. I think it's good la. Nowadays young folks anyhow anyhow... but the syllabus is very important.

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  12. I think a parents are the better teacher for their kids when it comes to this. I will only be confident of leaving it to the schools if sex perverted teachers who molest students are punished properly. Transferring them to another school or for desk job is not good enough.

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