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    Re: DA: sex ed could get teachers arrested

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    Re: DA: sex ed could get teachers arrested

    Quote Originally Posted by Vader View Post
    If it prevents pregnancy and diseases, sure, why not!


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    Re: DA: sex ed could get teachers arrested

    Quote Originally Posted by Vader View Post
    That is NOT what those classes teach. They teach kids how to avoid contracting diseases by taking precautions.

    High schoolers are going to have sex anyway. There is NO stopping it. These courses merely teach safety and ways to avoid pregnancy and life-altering diseases.
    Well, to be fair, I don't like that teenagers have sex either, although I do accept it as a fact of life. However, the take I have on sex education about birth control and contraceptives for teens is that they need to know how to use them when they're adults.

    We are so focused on unwanted teen pregnancies that we ignore unwanted young adult pregnancies. College students aren't any better prepared to handle pregnancies than teenagers are, if you ask me. That's why I think we need to teach teenagers birth control and contraceptive use, so they know how to use them as adults when they are older.

    After all, while teens may be able to go without, it is seriously doubtful that young adults will until they get married.

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