sex ed

sex ed

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  • Middle School 
  • These are subjects that will be covered during the school year. 
  • Math English History Physical Education Sexual Education 
  • Sex-Ed?!
  •  Supporters argue that including LGBT sexuality in sex education curriculums would provide LGBT students with the health information they need, as well as reduce homophobic bullying by exposing students to different sexual lifestyles.
  • Did you hear we are learning about sex this year? 
  • Oh, yeah!
  • Boobs, Girls, privates, and sex. All of my favorite although I've never seen or done any of those. 
  • Types of Sex-Ed. Abstinence only -not having sex out of marriage, excludes reproductive health education like birth control, and safe sex  Comprehensive- Age appropriate education of physical, emotional, mental, and social dimensions of human sexuality.  
  •  conservatives come from a position believing that sex outside of marriage is wrong, so they push for abstinence-only education. They argue that just because teens are having sex does not mean it should be condoned and accepted.  
  • Gee, these guys from Canada sure got more Sex-Ed than I ever did. 
  • Same here, I'm glad we learned about contraceptives back home. 
  • i'm so glad we had Sex-Ed back in Canada. Now I can protect myself and be safe.   I'm glad i started using condoms. 
  • -92% of students were on board for Sexual Health Education. -10% increase in condom use over a span of 10 years .
  •  conservatives come from a position believing that sex outside of marriage is wrong, so they push for abstinence-only education. They argue that just because teens are having sex does not mean it should be condoned and accepted.  
  • Man I'm excited for Sex-Ed. I've always wanted to know whether I'm doing stuff right or not when I'm with a girl. 
  • Yeah man, same here. Sandra and I have been been saving sex for a while now but we don't always use condoms.  
  • Comprehensive Sex -More effective -Increases safer sexual behavior -Increases contraceptive use  -Reduced # of sexual partners -Reduced Frequency of sexual activity
  • PTA meeting; Effectiveness of Sex-Ed 
  • Controversy exists over what information should be given to students. Those promoting the “comprehensive approach” argue that most high school students are (or will be soon) having sex anyway, so the best approach is to equip them with the knowledge and resources to make healthy life decisions and to protect themselves from sexually transmitted infections (STIs), unwanted pregnancies, or unhealthy relationships.
  • -Condom -Pills -STD's -Male/female relationship ( a Whole lot of P-I-V Info) -Safety
  • what about girls who  like girls?  What do i do to protect myself? Is it safe/normal for me to like girls? 
  • Pop Culture Phenomena
  • Can you believe they all had unprotected sex? I would never do that !
  • Yea...I would never do that! 
  • I've watched all episodes and seasons of 'teen mom' and '16 and pregnant'and I'll I've learned is to not have unprotected sex. 
  • Easy access to the internet   has give teens the ability to explore and learn about stuff they might not want to  talk over with their parents.  Through various platform they are able to do this without shame or embarrassment  and in a perceived anonymous environment...they can get connected.  
  • -Planned parenthood receives 2 million visitors to it's website daily. -Depending on your health plan you can get  -Free condoms -Free contraceptives -Free STD's testing 
  • Laci Green is a feminist Youtube star whose mission is to provide sex education to the masses through the power of the internet. Her VMA's speech if listened to could help many teens.
  • Federal Regulated Subjects!
  • It's time to use TV, Internet, Media, Apps etc. as incredible means to guide digital natives into sexual maturity. 
  • -Sex-Ex is one of the least federally regulated subjects that students learn in school. -According to the National conference of state legislatures, 22 states require Sex-Ed be taught in public schools.  -20 Require schools to include information about HIV -19 state require that if Sex-Ed is taught that the info taught be medically correct. Which means that many schools can And do teach their students lies s tactics in an effort to prevent them from having sex. 
  • "Schools are central for deliberating the values we wish to transmit to our young. But on the subject of sex, we disagree too fundamentally to arrive at anything like a consensus about what adolescents should learn, know, and become. " -Jonathan Zimmerman"
  • Concerns on What the "Teen Talk" curriculum has to offer for our county catholic schools.
  • "Another disturbing aspect of this debate has been a concerted effort to brand any opposition to the 'Teen Talk' Curriculum as being Anti-LGBTQ." -Joan Frawley Desman
  •  "Although the presence of some level of sex education, even if merely couched within the framework of basic hygiene and biology, is almost universally accepted,  controversy arises over comprehensive versus abstinence-only programs, the age the programs should start, the roles of parents versus the schools in teaching sexual mores, and whether LGBT sexuality should be included in curricula." -Diana Gruver

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