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    I went to high school in Alabama. What is this "sexual education" you are speaking of and does it like college football?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinclair View Post
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    I went to high school in Alabama. What is this "sexual education" you are speaking of and does it like college football?
    I presume that if you stop having sexual education, people stop having sex, so there's nothing to worry about.
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    They need to breed if they want new football players and cheerleaders to continue the tradition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinclair View Post
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    I went to high school in Alabama. What is this "sexual education" you are speaking of and does it like college football?
    Same.

    I think I had it, but I'm sure it was like.. "Don't call it 'sex.' It's 'conception.' You do that on your wedding night so that you can start a family 10 months later. Do 'conception' every year or so. And give all of your kids names that start with the same letter, for some reason."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vulcan View Post
    I presume that if you stop having sexual education, people stop having sex, so there's nothing to worry about.
    Actually, without sex education, people have uneducated sex.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    Actually, without sex education, people have uneducated sex.
    Or they do something that (let's face it) is sexual in nature, but they still claim to be virgins, because it's not vaginal intercourse. You can still get STDs that way, though.

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    what's so depraved about the human body and how it works? I just don't understand that type of thinking... like teaching basic anatomy but conveniently leaving out one body system because "it's dirty" (which is what happened in my school). Why does sex and reproduction have to be so taboo? It's just as much a part of life as eating if you think about it. For a good portion of human history everyone in the family slept in the same room or even bed and younger siblings totally existed... I'm pretty sure there were fewer hangups then (not to mention at some points a pregnant bride was a GOOD thing)

    at my school there was no sex ed until junior year of high school... and we had to have signed permission slips to participate. sex ed mostly consisted of learning all of the diseases that we WOULD get from pre-marital sex and that gay people are always going to try and seduce us to take it up the ass. We learned nothing about safe sex, consent or dangers aside from diseases.

    Funny thing is we always had a few pregnant chicks in the class and our teen pregnancy rate was, at least at the time, one of the highest in the country. We calculated that out of all of the girls in my sister's class, 1/4 of them were either pregnant or already had a child by graduation... and that's not counting the ones who dropped out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vulcan View Post
    Or they do something that (let's face it) is sexual in nature, but they still claim to be virgins, because it's not vaginal intercourse. You can still get STDs that way, though.
    Their purity rings protect them from STDs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vulcan View Post
    I presume that if you stop having sexual education, people stop having sex, so there's nothing to worry about.
    Did you know that "eggs and sperm don't really start working right until you're 'bout 18 anyway"? He had a child by graduation.

    Quote Originally Posted by Starcrash View Post
    They need to breed if they want new football players and cheerleaders to continue the tradition.
    Roll Tide, y'all.

    Quote Originally Posted by jscrothers View Post
    Same.

    I think I had it, but I'm sure it was like.. "Don't call it 'sex.' It's 'conception.' You do that on your wedding night so that you can start a family 10 months later. Do 'conception' every year or so. And give all of your kids names that start with the same letter, for some reason."
    But you had an actual (even if coded) discussion that vaguely addressed sexual things? Because the only thing I remember is an ambiguously titled "Health" semester where they gave me a text book and had me write some questions to turn in every week. I made 99 on that final because the teacher gave us the test with the answers the day before. There were 50 questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headlessredhead View Post
    In light of recent events in the lgbtq+ community (look up Leelah Alcorn) there's been a lot of talk about what we should be teaching in sex education classes. (Mostly in America) A lot of people are calling for more lgbtq+ issues to be talked about in health/sex ed, including sexual safety, gender and gender identity, basically stuff beyond heteronormative stuff that is usually talked about.
    However, to do that we kind of have to talk about sex, rather than spewing this old abstinence stupid.
    So my question is: Should we expand sex ed to teach all genders/sexualities? If so, how? If not, then why?
    Opinions anyone?
    yeah, i don't know how much of the sexual education one receives comes from Sex Ed. but i'm always all for expanding things to reflect a more realistic profile of what actually IS rather than portraying an image that someone decided is how things SHOULD be.
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