This way they can make informed, educated choices about their lives.Kids today are learning about sex earlier and earlier. The biggest problem is: much of the information they're getting is wrong. I cannot begin to tell you the incorrect and sometimes crazy things I've heard from my friends about sex, and much of this was when I was in college. That's why it's important for parents to talk to their kids about safe sex. That way, they get correct information from a reliable source.
The Importance of Sex Education for Our Rising Generation (Headline) Rachmawati Jatiningrum Having reproductive health education is meaningful for the young age (Hook/Lead) Nowadays, teenagers should have more education related to reproductive health. In their age, they have a big curiosity about anything, for examples modern technology, contemporary culture, and one of the most anxious is about sex. The Indonesian Child Protection Commission (KPAI) has proposed to include sex education in the national curriculum since 1999. Therefore, Erlinda, a commissioner with KPAI, said that the government put off the article because of the incorrect mindset of people. She also said, if the sex education is not taught, children will be confused.
In recent years, sex among the young people become the issue, serious problem but also taboo to talk. This condition is really danger if it is out of control, because it can broke the young generation. To prevent its problem, sex education is strongly needed. Sex education is the act of informing younger and adult generations about everything they need to know about sex. It includes other sensitive issues like sexual health, sexual reproduction, sexuality and others that parents often feel uncomfortable talking with their children.
Although teaching children that babies come from 'the stork', or even that kissing boys under the bleachers can cause fatal diseases, may be easier for parents and teachers to manage in the short term, they end up raising a generation of sexually clueless adults. Marjorie Heins, author of "Not in Front of the Children: 'Indecency', Censorship, and the Innocence of Youth", cites a study which found that in 1998, the United States had a higher rate of teenage pregnancy than any country in Europe. Yet, a popular sex-ed program titled "Sex Respect" preaches that teenage pregnancy is a form of natural "judgment", along with similar efforts to scare teenagers away from sexual activity for fear of shotgun weddings and death. Unfortunately, it is a universal truth that teenagers will have sex. Rather than plugging their ears or trying to redirect a river with a detour sign, sex educators should address these issues head-on so that students are better equipped to handle them in adult life.
2. Restatement of the thesis statement: Providing sex education in schools is essential and will be significant in reducing teen reproductive indicators such as pregnancy, abortion, and HIV rates because the knowledge that is imparted shall enhance awareness and responsibility among the adolescents 3. Closing remark: It is vital to implement sex education programs that will encourage responsible sexual behavior and enhance reproductive health among
Most high school students have no patience’s. It’s not a good idea if you don’t like waking up for school, then waking up to get a crying baby, this is some reasons why you shouldn’t be sexually active until you’re ready if anything does
Stone, Ingham, and Gibbins (2013) study the challenges that parents (focus group with parents of 3-7 years old children in UK) usually have about early sexual socialization as well as the reasons parents restrict the knowledge of children about sexual awareness. In this article, the authors investigate if giving children negative beliefs about their body make children have conflict and negative feelings about themselves. They also study about what would happen to children if parents give them positive education about sexuality or early sexual education, for example if children get more competences and confidence. This study shows that parents sometimes do not know what the best way to answer children’s challenging questions is. It can result in the feeling that they might be judged as “bad parents”, if they say “too much” and use “wrong terminology” and cross the boundaries of assumed allowable sexual knowledge of children.
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.
Sex education has always been a hot topic that is discussed among different group. Sex education, which has always been a taboo among elders have many definitions based on different article. Sex education is the systematic attempt to promote the healthy awareness in the individual in matters of his or her sexual