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  1. Feb 2016
    1. What kids can understand, age by age

      Teaching kids what they can handle is the key. By the time they are older that would make wiser choices

    2. Additional resources

      If a child is enrolled in a sex education they would be able to read about certain topics

    3. Handling specific questions

      When your child is ready they would come to you for answers so being able to provide and uncomfortable conversation with them sex Ed class can inform your child in a more general way

    1. sexual activity has consequences.

      This is exactly why we need sex education classes student need to know to get tested if they are going to have sex or to use a condom

    2. all states are somehow involved in sex education for public schoolchildren.

      Most high schools have health classes, and those classes talk about sex but iby the time that students get to high school They know most of these things. It is time for students to be more aware of these things and earlier age.

    1. should be a parents' choice to inform their own child

      most parents don't bring up the topic of sex until they are suspicious or know that it is happening. having sex education classes would insure that the kids are on the path to safe sex.

    2. there was no need for children to know about sex.

      there isn't a need for kids to learn about sex but learning about the effects of having sex is something they could benefit from.

    3. inappropriate to teach youngsters about the subject

      Just because something is inappropriate does not mean that it isn't important for them to have the knowledge.

    4. children should be at least 13 years old before it is appropriate to teach them about sex

      if we are being realistic children are going to learn about sex long before they are 13 whether or not they have a sex education class.

    1. Early elementary school students need to learn the proper names for their body parts

      Sex education should start very broad while they are young and expand as they grow older.

    2. Ninety-five percent of all Americans have sex before marriage.

      If you think your child is this perfect angle that will never have sex until marriage you are being mislead.

    1. If we are going to equip our children for tomorrow, then sex needs to be dealt with in a smart, productive and educational setting by professionals.

      would you rather your child be clueless and get false information from their peers.

    2. Folks, y'all are flat out crazy if you want to encourage parents to opt out of sex education by making it more about abstinence and nothing else.

      trying to teach your child about abstinence may steer them to want to have sex to see why they shouldn't have sex.

    3. There are few things more annoying than listening to ignorant, whiny parents complain about a school district teaching their children about sex.

      Parent are really lost in the sauce when it comes to sex. they need to come to realize that at very young ages kids are having sex. they need to help their child have a better understanding about it or stop complaining about it being taught in schools.

    1. There has been an increase in the number of LGBT students who have come out while in high school, or sometimes, even middle school.

      with sex education classes students can learn about sexuality and be more comfortable with being who they are.

    2. "Accurate, balanced sex education - including information about contraception and condoms - is a basic human right of youth.

      With or without sex educations kids will have sex. But with sex education they would be more aware of what they are getting into and what the pros and cons of having sex are. Therefore they will be more safe and more mindful when making this type of decision.

    3. All states are somehow involved in sex education for public schoolchildren.

      Within every state each school district can decide whether or not they want to make Sex education a class that is mandatory for students to take. They could make or brake how the students future comes out to be.

  2. Dec 2015