Argumentative Essay: The Dangers Of Sex Education

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Some parents think that sex education is a wrong thing, and it is a thing that brings shame to them. They also say that life will teach them new things, so adults should not bother themselves teaching kids this type of education because they will know everything once they grow up and try it. However, puberty is the main reason that makes sexual feelings begin, and it starts with kids nearly between 11 to 14 years old. Puberty also start putting it prints by changing kids hormones and shaping kids bodies, that is why they should be taught before they start wondering and doing something wrong and bad to themselves. People do visualize sex as something nasty and horrible, but it is something starts with each person once the puberty appears. Actually, …show more content…
Moreover, with sex, people start having a family or they just share love, but some of the teenagers who don’t know how to behave with sex and know nothing about sex effects will get into many troubles. These troubles that sex could cause, should be taught to people who know nothing about it to let them have sex in a good and healthy way. Sex effects are really dangerous, that is why it should be taught for specific age. Teaching kids things about sex will make them know how to share love, and also make them aware from sex problems, diseases it could cause. Sex is defined as sexual activity, including specifically sexual intercourse. Lovemaking is also means sex. Sex and love are always combined or they call sex as love, so the first things kids should know is that they should not have sex without love. They should be taught that it is all about love and care. Also they can’t make love …show more content…
According to Abel (2006) argued that having safer sec was just a process of rational decision-making, negotiating skills that would be improved with experience. Also once kids start their puberty, they should have their own decision, and no one should get into their lives and sexual activities. They also say that sexual behaviours is things that they can handle and control, and no one is born with an empty mind. Tradition teaches us, and life gives us experiences, so everybody should mind their own

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