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Defined as the process on enlightening people regarding the following: sexual anatomy sexual reproduction sexual intercourse reproductive

health emotional rights contraception

To have a healthy life Balanced financial life Proper child birth spacing Knowledge is power Eliminate ignorance that might lead to experimentation

It includes all the educational measures which in any way may of life that have their center on sex. It stands for protection, presentation, extension, improvement and development of the family based on accepted ethical ideas. Human sexuality has biological, physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects. Various aspects of sex education are considered appropriate in school depending on the age of the students or what the children are able to comprehend at a particular point in time.

Parenthood consider that broad sex education programs have global benefits such as controlling the risk of overpopulation and the advancement of womens rights.

Seize the moment Be honest Be direct Consider your teens point of view Move beyond the facts and invite more discussion.

How will I know Im ready for sex? What if my boyfriend or girlfriend wants to have sex, but I dont? What if I think Im gay?

Sex education should be taught in schools because it is better to consider health than beliefs and consider reality.
Since immorality cannot be eliminated and teenagers cannot be stopped from becoming sexually active, sex education should be implemented in schools as early as primary school.

Through sex education, students will be able to learn the truth about sex and will be able to refrain and control themselves.