Sex ed in school misses out a whole bunch of vital stuff. So we’re here to help fill in the blanks. From the purpose of pre-cum, the REAL success rate of condoms.
By Editorial Team
May 25, 2017
Sex education is defined as instruction on issues relating to human sexuality, including emotional relations and responsibilities, human sexual anatomy, sexual activity, sexual reproduction, age of consent, reproductive health, reproductive rights, safe sex, birth control and sexual abstinence.
All in all, sex education is an educational measure that centres on sex. It can be defined as set of instructions in various psychological, physiological and sociological aspects of sex and reproduction. It enlightens one about sexual orientation, intimacy, values, decision making, dating, relationships, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), birth control and more. Sex education is important on the part of children and adults, to protect them and society as a whole. Sex education can help keep away exploitation, abuse, unplanned pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases and HIV/AIDS.
But it’s strange that in India most parents don’t teach their kids about Sex Education and completely shy away from taking about it. This causes massive issues later in an adults life and cause havoc for both the male and female. In India Knowledge about sex can help a child to free himself from taboos and inhibitions related to it. This is why sex education should be mandatory in schools.
Here’s a video that explains what boys should know about Sex Education
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