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Should Sex Ed Be Taught in Schools?

Why gay sex ed should be taught
Why gay sex ed should be taught
Why gay sex ed should be taught
Why gay sex ed should be taught
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Should homosexuality be taught in sex education classes? | 123fporn.info

Homosexuality should not be hidden, more and more people are coming out in Secondary school, Children there are more educated because they have things like, Stonewall coming to their schools to educate them. Why should Primary schools not educate their children about sex education? Secondary schools are just picking up from were they have failed. Whether we like it or not, homosexuality will be talked about in the schools. So it would be better if students knew the consequences of 'coming out the closet' in a society such as this one where the practice is still not fully accepted. It would also help the non homosexual students if done right to see how such persons feel when they are picked on for the sexual preference.
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TEN GOOD REASONS TO OPPOSE PUBLIC SCHOOL SEX EDUCATION

California recently put into effect an updated sex education curriculum. Authored by Shirley Weber and proposed as legislative bill AB , the bill was signed into law this past fall. In this Oct.
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More than half of parents do not think sex education should be taught to children at school, according to a new survey. Many think it is inappropriate to teach children about sex, whilst others think it should be a parents' choice to inform their own child, according to a poll by baby product website babychild. The survey, which questioned more than 1, parents of children aged five to 11, found that 59 per cent do not agree with the fact that sex education is often taught to children in schools, even from a young age.

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