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  • Texas Sex Education

    Many teenagers in high school are uneducated in sex and its harsh consequences. As a former high school student, I have witnessed many of my classmates contract sexually transmitted diseases and take on the role of motherhood much too early. I oppose the fact that many high school students will be faced with a dire situation because they are uneducated, they are underestimated, and they are unprepared. Therefore, sex education classes should become part of the mandatory curricula at all public high schools in Texas. Many high school students are uneducated in sex; thus, sex education classes should become part of the mandatory curricula at all public high schools in Texas. I attended Llano High School, and throughout my four years in the…

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  • Informative Sex Education

    Providing Sex Education in public schools will help reduce unwanted pregnancies and the spread of Sexually Transmitted Diseases. In todays over sex society, where sex is used to sell products to teenagers from magazines to TV dramas on the CW. Teens not only see sex used to sell products they also talk about sex with their friends and fellow class mates on a daily basis. So then why are teenagers getting a limited education on sex? Teens are going to talk about sex, they are children growing up.…

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  • Sex Education Sociology

    agree that there should be more sex education around the world. There are way too many children that go malnourished and die because no one can provide for them. If there’s a way to prevent couples or even people, for that matter, from having unwanted children, they should be aware of contraceptives. There are so many people in Africa, Mexico, and Thailand that weren’t aware of contraceptives and they have unwanted children that they end up not being able to take care of. Or they end up starving…

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  • The Influence Of Sex Education

    Sex education, arguably one of the most controversial topics to surface in American politics over the past half century, poses a complicated problem to citizens and lawmakers alike. Following the AIDS epidemic and severe spike in teen pregnancy in the 1980s, lawmakers and educators began drafting and implementing more sex education classes and courses in public schools in an attempt to remedy the ever-growing issue. While the desired results of sex ed are largely agreed on, the subject matter of…

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  • Cost Of Sex Education Essay

    dangers of unprotected sex. Instead, they are told that abstinence is the only option for teens. This method of sexual education leads to more teen pregnancy over comprehensive sexual education. When comparing the abstinence only versus comprehensive sex education, comprehensive sex education was associated with a 50% lower teen pregnancy risk (“National”). In Illinois alone, 22,660 teenage women between the ages of fifteen and nineteen were pregnant in the year 2011. In that same year, there…

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  • Persuasive Essay Sex Education

    Sex might be considered funny, or not appropriate by many but it is a very real subject that need to conversed openly and truthfully. Abstinence programs consist of just the idea that sex is a bad and that you should wait to do it till you are married. Comprehensive programs teach the consequences of sexual interactions, how your sexual organs work, and how to prevent STIs and pregnancies. The rates of STD’s and teenage pregnancies in the U.S. have been rising dramatically in certain areas, and…

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  • American Sex Education Analysis

    Thousands of people protested all throughout the country; the civil society was enraged at the prospect of the approval of law 61, which intended to make a sexual education curriculum compulsory to all Panamanian students. What is the reason behind this law? Basically, to decrease the rate of teenage pregnancies, STDs, and defend a somewhat progressive look on polemic matters as gender identity and gender roles. This was the spark that ignited and kept these protests on for a long time. In…

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  • The Importance Of Sex Education In Schools

    Sex education is essential to the younger generation in keeping them aware of the risks following sexual activities. While teaching sex education to children has diminished over the years, in actuality, society finds this as an arguable debate on whether it should or should not be taught in schools. Many people feel that morals are lowered when the use of condoms and anti-fertility are introduced in schools. Parents sense that this form of education urges adolescents to experiment instead of…

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  • Importance Of Sex Education In Schools

    Sex education should be mandatory in schools, it's actually a subject that should never be looked over and should be taught before a child goes to high school. Boy and Girls need to know more about their bodies, methods to prevent pregnancy Also it’s a great way to explain to the female child about girls menstrual cycle without teaching sex education in school most kids would be clueless about how their body works.sex education should be mandatory in school due to the facts that some parents…

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  • The Benefits Of Abstinence Of Sex Education

    parenting and sex education and feel that schools need to provide teens with training for adulthood and having it mandatory to complete parenting classes. Having such classes and also being required to take a sex education class would help students realize the importance of sex education and being properly trained for parenthood. Parents often believe sexuality, family planning and parenting needs to be taught at home, however, having a sex education class and a parent training class as a…

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