[I'll tell you some of the questions that were asked in an actual sex-ed class;
"can I get pregnant from kissing?"
"can oral sex lead to AIDs?"
"if I have sex on my period, I can't get pregnant, right?"
"I heard the only way to get pregnant is to swallow semen, because that's how it gets to your tummy. Am I right?"
"I can't get pregnant if it's my first time, right?"
How does learning about how humans reproduce violate their childhoods?]
It's a violation, period. I know my children will be taught much better and not at school.
[Someone has to tell these kids that inserting A into B = C. If you're not going to do it, who the frell is?]
If they are told that they can get pregnant their first time then it's their fault. Anyone with a brain knows you can get pregnant the first time.
That's why children don't need to know about sex, they need to be taught to abstain. If they chose to have sex before their bodies and minds are ready, it's their fault.
Sex isn't brain surgery, if someone can't figure out where there genitals go then they don't need to have sex, and sterilization would be a good idea.
raven55, Livejournal 54 Comments
[5/28/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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