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    Sex Education in Schools Sex Education being taught in schools is a big debate between many Americans. Many people believe that it should not be taught, because it is too inappropriate. Others believe it is an important subject for teens to learn. Sex Education should be taught to students and teenagers in school. It has many benefits and advantages for teens. Although some teachers and parents may be uncomfortable with it, Sex Education is a necessity, because it can provide prevention or…

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    Sex Education is crucial information that children all over deserve in a safe and healthy experience. As mentioned by the article Global Perspective on Peer Sex Education for College Students “Sexually transmitted diseases and infections continue to be a public health problem across the globe (World Health Organization, 2006)” (Story et al. 81). All around the world, Sex Education is portrayed in different manners, despite being known globally there are still shocking numbers in regards to…

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    don’t understand why we have to learn some stuff we’ll actually never use. As you all know sex is very common in our early years now a days.“13% of U.S teens have had sex by the age of 15, most initiate sex in their late teen years. By their 19th birthday, seven in 10 teen men and teen women have had intercourse.”(Facts on American Teens). So it would make sense to be properly educated about it, right? Sex education is a very important topic to learn about especially in high school when everyone…

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    self-satisfaction. It includes raping their own children, as well. Because of this problem, people intends to have the state to create programs and provide sex education in institutions. The community believes teachers…

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    inaccurate information on sex, abortions, HIVS/AIDS, etc. from online sources or them being taught proper education in school? That's what children are depending on today because they do not have the proper classes being taught in school; many of online sources (79%) are inaccurate. The problem is parents do not want their child being taught about sex in school. Children do not feel comfortable taking about sex with their parents. The truth is about 15% of teenagers have had sex by the time they…

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    sport the teenage girl has worked so hard for, she is being distracted by a boy and not taking her scholarship as seriously. How can we help these students make strides in overcoming these obstacles and fulfill their educational potential? Single-sex education was common in the United States, but by the end…

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    Sexuality education is perceived as one of the most controversial issue in terms of child health. As a result, there are several reasons explaining why sexuality education does not stand special importance and be applied widely in some typical oriental countries. First and foremost, there are no common agreements in delivering sexual health orientation (Clarke, 2010).Actually, many workshops have been organized to offer solutions, especially with the participation of national and international…

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    about sex because we don 't get properly taught. Sex ed started getting taught back to the soldiers in 1918. Not that many schools in the United States actually require that you have sex education. Only a few states say that we have to have a sex education. Although many religions think that it’s a bad idea to have sex ed. It 's something that needs to be taught in our society, there needs to be more sex ed in the united states. There will be more people in our country that know more about sex…

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    Our Educational system, along with politician, have dictated what should and should not be taught in the school system but it time for those ideas to change. This would be done for the betterment of our children. Comprehensive sex education must be taught in junior high school. The students need to be educated on the changes that their bodies are going through and why those changes occur. This knowledge would help them to make the right decisions and learn the consequences of hasty actions. The…

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    ready to discuss sexual education and the thoughts of safe sex. The gym teacher circles abstinence while turning around to say, "Don't, have sex. You will get pregnant, and die." We just like to laugh during this part in the movie, but the scary thought is information like this taught in our schools is making teenagers clueless and frightened about sex. Sex education is now known as a controversial topic because of the involvement with politics and religion. However sex education in the United…

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