Young people get information about sex and sexuality from a variety of sources, including through the media including advertising, television, books and Web sites. Some of this will be correct and some incorrect. Providing information through sex education, so it's about finding out what young people already know and enhance their existing knowledge and correcting any misinformation they may have had. For example, young people may have heard that condoms are not affected with HIV or AIDS treatment (Turansky,and Miller,2014), it is important to provide the correct false beliefs. Without correct information young people can put themselves at greater risk, watch movies or do something with a better idea of teaching children about sex education, because I think the.
Sex is a God’s gift we should be thankful about. We should wait for God’s perfect timing for it. So when we bless, purify, or honor the body as part of a sexual encounter, when we bond more deeply as a result of lovemaking, or when sexual union have us into higher consciousness, we make sex sacred.They should also be informed so that they will know the true purpose of sex when they grow up as adults. In conclusion, sex education should be taught in schools because it is better to consider health than beliefs and we should consider reality. Since immorality cannot be eliminated and teenagers cannot be stopped from becoming sexually active, we should implement sex education in schools, as early as primary school.
For this reason, MEP prepared different programs to teach and guide students to the best path. It is unfortunately how the country believes sex education is a stereotype and how some parents support the idea of not teaching sexuality in high schools. Sexual Education programs are important in order to avoid issues such as pregnancy at a young age and sexually transmitted diseases. However, parents must be part of the process in order
Safe Sex vs Abstinence Approaches Safe-sex Approaches Sexuality education programs that foster safe sex approaches provide information and exposure to sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), pregnancy and discuss methods of birth control and contraception among sexually active teens. These programs also provide practical skills, such as exercising control and increasing communication and negotiation skills through interactive discussions, encourage students to postpone sex until they are older and inform adolescents of safe sex practices. Abstinence Approaches Abstinence from sexual intercourse is an important behavioral strategy for preventing HIV, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and pregnancy among adolescents. There is broad support for abstinence as a necessary and appropriate part of sexuality
Sex Education is guidance for physical and emotional form of intimate response and recreation and Kearney (2008) stated that sex education is an engaging broad series of activity by the institution, determined to deliver about the socially fascinating characters and traditions on the section of the youngsters that will perfectly assure the safety of one’s person as a human being in an institution. Teenage pregnancy on the other hand is child-bearing of females whose age is below 20 at the moment they give birth to their child. There are two types of sex education, Abstinence Only until Marriage Programs and Comprehensive Sex Education. Abstinence Only until Marriage Programs (Sexual Risk Avoidance) is where they purge data that involves contraceptives
Since the 1950s, schools have started integrating SE in their programs (Stewart-Brown 2006). Through schools, sexual education reached a vast number of students before they become sexually active (Blake et al, 2001). It has been shown to reduce misinformation and increase correct knowledge (UNESCO,2009), it delays the initiation of sexual relations; reduces the occurrence of unprotected sexual activity; the number of sexual partners; number of unintended pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) during sexual intercourse (Kirby, 2002; Kirby et al, 2007). It is for all these reasons that WHO advocates implementation of SE starting in primary schools (WHO, 2006). However, there was resistance to the integration of sexuality into school curricula.
Paul Yakubu Thinnenchi Benson Al-Amin Ahmed Abdulrazak Mohammed WRI 102 Agatha Ukatha 30 June 2015 THE NEED FOR SEX EDUCATION IN NIGERIA As population increases in Nigeria, the issues of sex education among the youths have become a major discussion today. We find ourselves in a world of dilemma between choosing when and how to teach sex education or just let them be and flow with the consequences. “Sex education, after introduction into Britain and the rest of Europe during the 1960s, means it is the exploring of social, emotional and physical aspects of growing up, having relationships, engaging in sex, and learning about sexuality and sexual health” There is a dire need for sex education in Nigeria. Sex education is supposed to be given
17. Carolyn and Taylor (2011) found the various programs designed involving teachers and parents to reinforce prevention behavior for substance abuse. The study focusses on various risk factors that could result in inducing behaviors related to substance abuse. If the prevention techniques are implemented properly then chance of young adolescent involved in substance abuse reduces. Thus, parents and teachers play a very important role in reinforcing appropriate behavior in
What is Sex Education? According to advocatesforyouth.org, sex education is the provision of information about bodily development, sex, sexuality, and relationships, along with skills-building to help young people communicate about and make informed decisions regarding sex and their sexual health. Sex education should occur throughout a student’s grade levels, with information appropriate to students development and cultural background. It was teach during our high school before but it was not taught comprehensively. The issue of pregnancy and sex is getting higher, so it is very important for students like us to be educated about sex.
Important morale values should be taught in schools and home in order for teenagers to differentiate the good and bad in their daily life. Apart from that, this issues should be concerned and addressed before the situations get worst. In this case, all parties such as parents, teachers and government should work together to help reduce baby dumping problem in