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The Doctors are joined by Scott Phelps, who runs an abstinence-only education curriculum, and Dorian Solot, who teaches comprehensive sex education, to discuss the different approaches to teaching sex education.

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13 thoughts on “Should Students Be Learning More or Less When It Comes to Sex Ed?

  1. The key to sex education is communication. I understand some parents don't talk to their children. Maybe parents need to be educated on how to talk to their children. It was scary figuring out how we were going to teach our children. We chose a series of Christian books that started at a younger age that were age appropriate that allowed us to gradually to educate our daughter and son first about what sex was. We believe abstinence is the be best form of birth control. There is no worry of STD's or unwanted pregnancies. No worries of broken condoms. Condoms are not 100% effective. We taught our children about birth control also. My daughter waited for her husband to have sex. My son has decided to remain abstinent until he marries.
    I waited for my husband and I was 27 yo. Humans are capable of self control.
    It isn't easy! Sex for us is a very personal thing that should be shared with the one person you are meant to spend your life with. It is special.
    I think more classes should be offered in parenting. Our children have always been able to talk to us about anything. They are now adults and still choose to talk to us because they know we love them unconditionally.

  2. My school did a good job about talking about abstinence and sex education the reality is that teens are going to have sex when where and how is up to them and as long as we can teach them how to be safe and aware of the emotional and mental aspects as well as avoid pregnancy that's all that should matter

  3. States that teach abstinence have a higher teen pregnancy rate. also abstinence is religious based, which not everyone believes in God or sex only after marrage. Teens have sex, they need to be educated. I had friends in high school who didn't understand how birth control works, or understand how STDS were spread. That is serious stuff that people need to be educated about. luckily my OBGYN would answer all my questions and educate me on my birth controll and sex, but not everyone is so lucky.

  4. Well where are the parents? What ever happen to them teaching their kids the birds and the bees. Part of being a parent is teaching your kids the life skills they will need to get thru those awkward teen years and beyond. And yes I can agree that our education system can do better but so can the parents.

  5. these silly parents must feel guilt since they KBOW THAT SEX ED hasn't worked well in schools for the 45 years it was given… it didn't work for THEM

  6. i didnt know about sex when i was in 7 th grade until in first session of 8th grade i saw my elder sister laptop with porn at first i wanted to puke but after a month of watching porn i kinda liked it and one day i touched myself releasing sperm for first time like a glass of water i was only 11 then now im 16 and i see nowadays 7 yearolds that are addicted to porn t….that day coming soon when new born baby would jerk

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