Poll of the Day > The liberals want to teach your kids about sex...

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HornedLion
02/03/19 7:50:09 PM
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In school! What's your stance on this? - Results (4 votes)
"They have no right."
0% (0 votes)
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"I'm an immoral pleasure seeker, and I think that teaching kids in schools about sex is okay."
75% (3 votes)
3
"Marriage is between a man and a woman!"
0% (0 votes)
0
"What they need to be teaching is the Bible."
25% (1 vote)
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What do I think? The Hollywood elite are treading on me. Thats what I think.
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Mead
02/03/19 8:02:23 PM
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Its better to educate them about it that way nobody gets their wiener stuck in someones ear
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Kungfu Kenobi
02/03/19 8:11:01 PM
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Mead posted...
Its better to educate them about it that way nobody gets their wiener stuck in someones ear

Pretty much this.
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LinkPizza
02/03/19 8:14:19 PM
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Kungfu Kenobi posted...
Mead posted...
Its better to educate them about it that way nobody gets their wiener stuck in someones ear

Pretty much this.

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Lokarin
02/03/19 8:15:41 PM
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Kids should be taught the science of sex, but with no mention of sexuality... if by kids you mean like 8 year olds, 'cuz 13 year olds already got that figured out through TV and internet
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ParanoidObsessive
02/10/19 11:44:02 AM
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When I was in school they taught us about sex, and none of us paid attention because we found it incredibly boring and pointless.

The real problem isn't whether or not to teach sex in schools, the problem is HOW to teach sex in schools, and when, to actually get worthwhile results out of it. If what you're teaching is overly clinical and you're teaching it after most kids have already discovered sex on their own (especially now in the age of ubiquitous Internet porn), they're not going to give a shit and you've just wasted everyone's time and taxpayer money.


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LinkPizza
02/10/19 11:46:13 AM
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ParanoidObsessive posted...
When I was in school they taught us about sex, and none of us paid attention because we found it incredibly boring and pointless.

The real problem isn't whether or not to teach sex in schools, the problem is HOW to teach sex in schools, and when, to actually get worthwhile results out of it. If what you're teaching is overly clinical and you're teaching it after most kids have already discovered sex on their own (especially now in the age of ubiquitous Internet porn), they're not going to give a shit and you've just wasted everyone's time and taxpayer money.


So, you have to teach them before they start having sex, but after they would be able to understand and take away something from it...
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Muscles
02/10/19 11:47:15 AM
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I learned about sex when I was about 8 or so ands my friend (also 8) showed me porn

I remember thinking it was weird but also for some reason thought I would like it some day
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ParanoidObsessive
02/10/19 11:53:10 AM
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LinkPizza posted...
So, you have to teach them before they start having sex, but after they would be able to understand and take away something from it...

Basically. You need to pin down what point in the developmental process would be ideal to teach them in order for them to actually get something out of it, but not so late that they already feel like they know it all and are going to mostly ignore you.

In my school, by the time we a distinct sex ed class, at least a couple of girls had already gotten pregnant.


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LinkPizza
02/10/19 11:56:28 AM
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ParanoidObsessive posted...
LinkPizza posted...
So, you have to teach them before they start having sex, but after they would be able to understand and take away something from it...

Basically. You need to pin down what point in the developmental process would be ideal to teach them in order for them to actually get something out of it, but not so late that they already feel like they know it all and are going to mostly ignore you.

In my school, by the time we a distinct sex ed class, at least a couple of girls had already gotten pregnant.


Its hard. Kids seem to be having sex at a much younger age these days. Like, I knew some people who had sex at a younger age in school. But they seemed to be the minority. It seems like the amount of kids having sex at a younger age is getting bigger...
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_AdjI_
02/10/19 12:05:53 PM
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The outcomes don't lie: Comprehensive sex education is overwhelmingly associated with lower teen pregnancy and STD rates, with no sex ed at all being a distant second, and abstinence-only being even worse than nothing. The exact nuance of how to administer that comprehensive sex ed gets complicated, of course, especially in a world where porn is so readily accessible, but it's absolutely the better option.
Pus_N_Pecans
02/10/19 1:06:57 PM
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_AdjI_ posted...
especially in a world where porn is so readily accessible, but it's absolutely the better option.

This is probably the biggest reason why I think it's so important for kids today. If porn is a child's only source of education when it comes to sex, it's a real detriment to their sexual growth as a human being.
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_AdjI_
02/10/19 1:12:20 PM
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I saw an article a while back that raised the idea of actually incorporating porn into sex ed. Most of the commenters were appalled by the idea of showing kids porn in school, but from an educational standpoint, I do think it's valuable. There's already value in making lessons out of examining stereotypes and similar misconceptions in media in general, and that's even more true of porn because the subject matter isn't something that gets discussed in everyday life. Addressing things like the fact that women don't actually wear high heels to bed (to choose one of the more ridiculous but also more mod-friendly points we can discuss here) to help kids form healthy expectations from sex is a good idea.
SKARDAVNELNATE
02/10/19 2:28:17 PM
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I think the subject should be covered. I just don't trust the liberals to cover it. If anything it seems like they need to take the course themselves
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Hop103
02/10/19 3:19:01 PM
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Both sides are unfit to teach anything about sex.
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AWinterJ
02/10/19 3:20:44 PM
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Mead posted...
Its better to educate them about it that way nobody gets their wiener stuck in someones ear

Says it all.
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SunWuKung420
02/10/19 3:21:14 PM
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As usual, an extremist has no middle ground options.
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Lokarin
02/10/19 3:22:11 PM
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Adult showing naked pictures and talking about how babies are made to a classroom - teaching
Adult showing naked pictures and talking about how babies are made to one student - baed
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Kungfu Kenobi
02/11/19 4:56:12 AM
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_AdjI_ posted...
I saw an article a while back that raised the idea of actually incorporating porn into sex ed. Most of the commenters were appalled by the idea of showing kids porn in school, but from an educational standpoint, I do think it's valuable. There's already value in making lessons out of examining stereotypes and similar misconceptions in media in general, and that's even more true of porn because the subject matter isn't something that gets discussed in everyday life. Addressing things like the fact that women don't actually wear high heels to bed (to choose one of the more ridiculous but also more mod-friendly points we can discuss here) to help kids form healthy expectations from sex is a good idea.


I've seen a small number of programs directly aimed at getting mid-teens to unlearn/question/discuss things they've seen in porn, and it looks like a positive and important way to help inform their sexual development. Otherwise it's porn that sets the example, without a single reality check. It's porn that represents literally everything they think they know about what it's like to have sex. I worded that very specifically, because it's not everything they know about capital S Sex. They probably know where babies and STDs come from, at least more or less, but that's far removed act of sex for pleasure and intimacy.

We tell kids pro wrestling is fake, but we're coy about pornography. That's incredibly naive in the far flung cyberpunk dystopian future of 2019: an age where porn is flying through the air everywhere you go, and you just need the right device to catch some of it in a box.
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Yellow
02/11/19 5:03:14 AM
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Uhh, yes?

Do you want to abolish sex ed? Why is this a "liberal" thing? It lowers STD rates and unplanned pregnancies.
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