Pros on sex education
Sex education is one of the most controversial issues in education, which has been floating on educational institutions since ages. Sex education is not just about sex. It includes other sensitive issues like sexual health, sexual reproduction, sexuality and others that parents often feel uncomfortable talking with their children. Therefore, it becomes the responsibility of schools to address this issue, and inform and educate students about it as much as possible. Often, sexual education in schools is considered as a recreational course rather than a serious issue.
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Perceived Advantages and Disadvantages of Sex Education in Young Women: A Qualitative Study
THE PROS AND CONS OF SEX EDUCATION IN CHILDREN – AWAG
Sex education, by far remains the most controversial topic in the Indian education system. While most people agree that it should be included in the curriculum early on, it remains a taboo. However, issues such as early teenage pregnancies, STDs, and assaults can be avoided if children are being taught about these topics in the right way. Sex education means an umbrella term that includes proper guidance about human anatomy and sexual reproductive health. While most textbooks after ninth grade do include this, certain important aspects related to sex education are often ignored — emotional relation, reproductive rights and responsibilities, and human sexual behaviour. Since most parents often hesitate to talk about this with their children, it must be included as part of the school learning.
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Pros and Cons of Sex Education in School Systems
Background: Although the importance of sex education for the youth is well documented in the literature around the world, sex education remains controversial in Iran. Patients and Methods: In this qualitative inquiry, we interviewed 41 young women aged 18 - Focus group discussions and individual interviews were used to collect the data. Conventional content analysis was used for data analysis. Multiple data collection methods, maximum variation sampling, and peer checks were applied to empower the rigor of study.
Everyone knows about the birds, and the bees, or so we think. The problem with teenagers nowadays, is that they do not really know enough information about sexual education. Many parents believe that it is best that they should learn about this kind of thing at home, but they refuse to talk about sex.
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