critique or respond to this persons disscussion on sex education------"the talk"
SO>>>>MY OPINION IS THIS
Households can fail a child in sex education, and also can go about it completely the wrong way, traumatizing the child, and hindering their development and self identification, self-esteem, and sense of self worth which we learned last week is crucial for the establishment of boundaries and healthy development of a person from one stage into another.
Some households do not ever bring up "the talk", some households go too far in it, and some do an awesome job.
But for the sake of not being able to monitor, gauge, or control how a student's home life is, I suggest the concept of having a sex education course that actually is part of the school curriculum, but not tainted like the school course I went through. Additionally, I highly recommend that the sex education be an educational academic that continues each year progressively with the children as they enter middle school and high school. The consistency of support on such an important topic is something all kids need during their development, and I believe from experience that it would make a positive difference if students/kids had a safety net of positive educational support away from home, which can help provide intervention and influence that leads to more kids making better decisions more often for themselves and their peers. Sex Education in my opinion should be treated as a necessary and relevant "health" course alongside "nutrition" and "P.E" I do not have a solution for any families who religiously or culturally avoid this topic. I know the department of education would have to somehow figure out how to make this work.
My fiance who was born and raised in Mexico (for example), yet is also a US citizen by birth, has told me many stories of the culturally different outlook, approach and manner of handling the topic of sex education within the schools in and around Mexico City where he grew up. He claims that in Mexico the schools start teaching the kids about sexual identification, and how sex is a natural instinct to reproduce and increase the human species for survival reasons, but how humans are additionally blessed with the ability to discern on a higher level than less intelligent mammals and species, etc. He also claims that they keep bowls of condoms at the school office for free grabs to promote safe sex, and instead of teaching the kids that sex is taboo, they are taught over a period of years in their schooling ( tailored to their level of comprehension), the natural circle of life God created for all life forms on Earth and how to correctly keep that cycle going, but in a responsible, educated way.
So yes, I think schools should have a proper required sex education curriculum to help increase kids and students of living informed lives, so they can make informed decisions for their health and future. I think that it would give many kids a safe learning environment.
I think that sex education in school days is required. I agree to the point of the writer. Not all families or cultures discuss these ideas in correct way with their children, hence a proper sex education would help them in understandig what it is rather than running to curious ways such as filsm, videos etc. Students also become confident and are not confused about why these things are happening.
As the writer has said that her husband experienced that some were being taught about how sex is taboo etc. So these ideas should be completely be removed and safe practises should be informed. I also agree to the point that it should be included in health subject alon withchanging nutrional requirement s of adolscents boys and girls. If all these thigs are carried out boys and girls can develop more healthier relationships towards each other as know what everything is about and there nothing to be ashamed of or there is nothing taboo about it.
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