Sex education will prevent many things for a child’s life, they will be able to be healthy, finish their education and enjoy a social life. Although some parents might find it inappropriate to speak to their children about sex, it is best to inform them before they suffer through problems. A child should be informed by anyone about sex education before they are being sexually active and might end up being pregnant or have some disease being that they were not informed about sex education. Parents should be grateful that the public schools their kids attend inform them about sex, for the reason sex education can inform them as well as preventing them from several
Teenagers often have an idea what it is but may not understand it or know of the health risks of the sexual action. Therefore thes... ... middle of paper ... ...t. Therefore the school district should not make sex orientation mandatory but optional. That way it reserves the right for parents to allow certain materials not to be taught to their children for their own reasons. The issue on whether if the method of abstinence should be taught to teenagers are clear. If abstinence has shown great results than it should be taught to teenagers along with the lessons and materials that go along with sex orientation.
Not all parents will end up educating their teenagers about sex education, mainly because some parents do not want to teach their teenagers because it will make them want to experiment while some parents are also uncomfortable talking to their teenagers about sex education, parents told the authors of The Parents Role article (“The Parent 's Role"). In the best way to solve this problem I think a good solution is to have parents be more educated about what can happen if their own teenagers are not taught properly and for parents to take classes to know what their teenagers are being
Opinion Paper Draft 1 Should there or should there not be formal sex education for high school students? Those who oppose formal sex education being taught to high school students contend these students are too young or not mature enough to be educated on these topics. They think that educating them tempts them to take part in sexual activity at an earlier age. Teaching formal sex education should be taught to all high school students across the country. Sex education would first and foremost teach them morals and proper behavior, instruct students on preventing teenage pregnancy, prevention of sexual diseases, and would be beneficial to those students whose parents do not address this issue with their child.
3 out of 10 girls will pbe pregnant before there20 birthday. After age 15 is when the pregnancies are more common, so that will be a good age to teach about sex education. 82 % of teen pregnancies are unplanned and for every 5 teen pregnancies one was planned. If we don’t start teaching our students about sex the numbers will increase. Only 59 percent of pregnancies of age 15-19 end ... ... middle of paper ... ...f the sexuality active population.
Many children who receive an abstinence only sex education are afraid to ask questions because they feel as though they should not talk about the subject. By practicing the hands on approach of sex education, it will allow children to be more comfortable with the subject and won’t feel as foreign, especially when they are surrounded by people who know how to educate children about the subject and know how to make them comfortable. The passive approach may make children feel squeamish and unwilling to talk about the subject. Having adults who are skilled in talking about the concept of sex are pertinent, for
In today’s society having an abstinence-only education doesn’t lower the risk of adolescents becoming pregnant or catching sexually transmitted diseases, also known STD’s. Teaching abstinence as the only morally acceptable option is wrong. The only thing that will lower that risk is teaching sex education in public schools. Adolescents will become more aware of the risks and factors that come along with sexual intercourse at a young age. Bringing a sex ed course into public schools will set better knowledge into a student 's mind rather than telling them “having sex is bad, just say no”.
When kids are not at home they are primarily in school. It only makes sense that education about sex, and condoms should be a part of the school system. It only makes sense that education about sex be included, and just as important as their academic education. If the critics would just look at the benefits of having condoms in schools and stop over analyzing these programs would be an even greater success.
Although sex education at an early age may not be the most appropriate way to inform students, it is beneficial in many ways. To begin, sex education provides information about the different types of sexually transmitted diseases and other dangerous risks from sex. Sex education has a huge factor in the decline of sexually transmitted diseases, Human Immunodeficiency Virus infection, and Aids all together. The more students know about the different risks that they are taking once they have sex, the more they may not want to. For instance, if a student has no knowledge about the different sexually transmitted diseases there are out in the world today, they may go and have sex freely.
There is an importance of learning the difference of the relationship could mean one less teen being sexually abused or physically hurt. Sex education could teach them warning signs as well as other possibilities of an unhealthy relationship. As teens and pre teens grow older most start to wonder about their body. Sex education can teach why, what and how they are growing. This can also help with the sex talk that some parents are more then comfortable having but students are not.