Sex education in schools is of great importance as it exposes students to issues that are related to sex. It is important for teens to know about sex as that keeps them well-informed about sexual practices, sex, child sexual abuse, sexually transmitted diseases, pregnancy etc.
When should sex education be taught?
The expected avenues of seeking sex education may be parents or peer with the former being a better source because of the chances of getting wrong information from the latter. This trend has recently been introduced with sex education in schools. As per the World Health Organization, sex education in schools must be given to children aged 12 years and above because about 34% of HIV infected persons fall in the age group of 12-19 years.
Pros of Sex Education in Schools
Cons of Sex-Education in Schools
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