posted on Jul, 23 2004 @ 01:48 PM
Originally posted by TheBandit795
Sex-Ed can potentially save millions of lives and prevent lots of unwanted pregnancies.
I remember my biology teacher showing us condoms and different flavors of condoms when I was 14 in school. Did he do anything wrong???
What can eading, writing, math, science, history do for the child if it gets dies of AIDS before it even gets the chance to apply these things to
[edit on 23-7-2004 by TheBandit795]
Actually - the statistics don't show that sex ed stops unwanted pregnancies. In schools that have sex ed, pregnancy stats either stay the same or go
up. There has been no stats to show otherwise. Don't bother quoting anything from Planned Parenthood. They have an agenda to make money on
abortions coming in and selling the dead baby parts to pharmacitical companies on the way out.
Did your biology teacher do something wrong? If you mean was he breaking the law, probably not. However, YES he was doing something wrong. 1 - he
was taking valuable time away from serious science by talking about things that belong IN THE HOME. 2 - If you or any of the children in the
classroom were Catholic or Muslim then he was breaking the rules of your church. He was teaching you things that went against your religion. So yes,
he was doing something wrong in that aspect.
Don't bother saying 'it has to be taught in school because the parents aren't doing it'. That's wrong. Lots of folks say that, but it simply
The what if the child gets AIDs before 'it' can use what it learned in school ... I understand your concern however, it is the parents job to teach
sex education and instill values, not the schools. The school is for reading, writing, math, science, and history. Schools are failing in these
areas. They need to work on bringing those areas up to par and leaving the sex ed to parents where it belongs.
I'm sure that we will be at odds on this issue BUT at least can you admit that this teacher telling the students to taste the condoms was very wrong?