Pros And Cons Of Sexual Education

Sexual Education Should sexual education be taught in high schools? It may come to surprise that many high school students are unaware of sexual education because they were never informed. In most cases parents do not know how to address the topic of sex. Teens and parents believe that the discussion of sex is uncomfortable to address. As a result, high school students who are not educated in sexual education are more likely to become sexually active because they are not informed of the consequences. If schools provided the proper education for high school students then teen pregnancies, HIV/AIDS, and abortions would decrease. High school students should become educated in school about pertinent topics such as birth control, sex education, sexually transmitted diseases, and planned parenthood. Sexual education should be part of the universal high school curriculum because it allows the increased possibility for better health and more stable futures for the students. Sexual education in high school will provide an understanding to students on how sexual intercourse can influence their lives. The course would help young …show more content…
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