Sex education in schools can help them understand the differences and keep the desire to explore things for themselves in check. It is much better to teach children about sexual health in schools rather than letting them use other resources such as pornographic material and the Internet. With problems such as teenage pregnancies and transmissions of STD’s on the rise, it is only appropriate that sex education is made accessible in schools so that the most number of children can be made aware. It transforms children into responsible adults. Sex education is a vital part of each person’s character. Learning about our sexuality and achieving sexual health and well-being are lifelong processes that begin at birth and continue throughout and an individual’s lives. Although parents and guardians should be the primary sex educators of their children, children also receive messages about sexuality from many other sources. Some of them may have more negative than positive impacts. Schools and other community-based organizations can be important partners with parents to provide young people accurate and developmentally suitable sex education.
The goals of comprehensive sex education classes are to help young children and teenagers, and people expand in a positive view of sexuality and to provide them with developmentally appropriate knowledge and skills so that they can make healthy decisions about their sex lives now and in the future. Medically accurate sex education is an investment in children’s future for their well-being. That way a generation of young people can have a benefit on more helpful messages about sexuality than the provocative media images and/or silences children currently