Schools and coming sex education in deatail - Is that a good thing-?

Moto Guzzi

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How about keeping it simple at school and rather lay a good foundation than to overcomplicate it towards the narrow path leading to nowhere. I found this and thought this as an excample should rather be considred or along these lines. If lectures can be written on sex surely theres a lot to construct about this for schools. Why should the underworld have influence in schools in a not so good way, the suggested way can only go from bad to worse. I would say this is a positive start. Keep it simple.

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Techne

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Of course sex education (in graphic detail) is good if you want to enslave people with their own passions. It is one of the best tools a government has to keep the people servile.
Here... Learn to masterbate and sex is for fun, don't worry about taxes or what we do with it and definitely don't worry about the monetary system.
 

rambo919

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Of course sex education (in graphic detail) is good if you want to enslave people with their own passions. It is one of the best tools a government has to keep the people servile.
Here... Learn to masterbate and sex is for fun, don't worry about taxes or what we do with it and definitely don't worry about the monetary system.
And don't worry about porn addiction and how it will gradually move you to be aroused by utterly disgusting and extremely unhealthy things ultimately warping your personality into something perverse.... that's obviously just a myth created by conservative idiots meant to ruin your fun.
 

garp

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I'm all for sex education and giving children the age appropriate factual information for their age. The key words being appropriate and factual.

Where it all goes wrong, and what I think angers people, is when sex ed goes beyond merely providing accurate age appropriate information and becomes prescriptive or makes value judgements.
 

rambo919

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Where it all goes wrong, and what I think angers people, is when sex ed goes beyond merely providing accurate age appropriate information and becomes prescriptive or makes value judgements.
Or essentially teaches children how to do it and encourages them to apply their training enthusiastically.
 

cheesus

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I don't need the government to raise my children for me. I'm perfectly willing to do it on my own. If I did not want to raise a child myself I would not have had one.

The ethical framework that children live with during there formative years is at the sole discretion of the parent / legal guardian. For the state to get involved in this is a gross misuse of there authority.
 

garp

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I don't need the government to raise my children for me. I'm perfectly willing to do it on my own. If I did not want to raise a child myself I would not have had one.

The ethical framework that children live with during there formative years is at the sole discretion of the parent / legal guardian. For the state to get involved in this is a gross misuse of there authority.
So what should be done about those children that don't get that guidance from their parents? Must they be left to work it out for themselves from their peers and the internet? I don't see the issue with giving them accurate, authoritative information appropriate to their age.
 
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