Should sex education be taught in schools?

By | May 30, 2018

Sex education in schools

In the recent time, the topic of a sex education in schools has come in to the various debates and it is now became controversial issue.

It is very common now to hear of more and more teens with sexually transmitted diseases, teenage pregnancies. Many students, and even parents, feels embarrassment when talking about sex. Due to lack of knowledge many teenagers doing wrong things and spoiling their life.  Many girls does not have knowledge have “menstrual cycle”,  and due to lack of knowledge they are facing many problems.

Almost all the people get knowledge about sex either from their friends or by doing some self study. Many time such education misguide them and it result in wrong knowledge. Many people got depressed due to lack of proper knowledge about sex. They watch porn websites to substitute for the actual sex. But all the actions shown in  such porn videos are not possible in actual life. Sometime after watching such creative porn videos few people gets depressed because they don’t have a proper sex education.

So we feel that sex education should be part of the school education.

We have visited few  websites and found few good stuff on website

Advocates for Youth : “Accurate, balanced sex education – including information about contraception and condoms – is a basic human right of youth. Such education helps young people to reduce their risk of potentially negative outcomes, such as unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Such education can also help youth to enhance the quality of their relationships and to develop decision-making skills that will prove invaluable over life. This basic human right is also a core public health principle that receives strong endorsement from mainstream medical associations, public health and educational organizations, and – most important – parents.”

Sex education is important. It’s been proven time and time again. It does not encourage teenagers to have sex, it does quite the opposite. Every teenager should have learn sex education at school level.. it should be mandatory. It’s been shown to help students, not to hurt.; it’s our fundamental duty as a society to educate the next generation. Currently, we are failing.

So we would like people to come forward and speak about this openly and vote .

 

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