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Stamp: Sex ed not abstinence ed by Riza-Izumi Stamp: Sex ed not abstinence ed by Riza-Izumi
Seriously, why is it called sex ed when it's mainly about abstinence?


Birth control has side affects and abstinence is 100% effective

Bullshit and bullshit. Well, birth control does have side affects, but doctors will look at your medical record and history to see if you have allergies to certain things or if the birth control you're trying to get on will have a bad affect on you. At least birth control protects against getting pregnant from rape, wheres abstinence doesn't. Hey! Abstinence promoters say that abstinence is the only 100% way of not getting pregnant, and by saying that, they ARE talking about pregnancy's via rape. AND I have known a few girls that got pregnant, just from having sperm go near their crotch (without the penis even being in the vagina; these girls were virgins), extremely very rare, but still possible. Abstinence and the pull out method are the worst form of birth control.

It's against my / other people's religion

And? I don't care about your religion! Kids and teens need to learn about sex. I know kids as young as 11(and even 9) having sex, and they can only use pull out method, condoms (that's if they don't blow it up like a balloon first), or thinking I / she won't get pregnant this time. Religious people, that are against birth control, (or just some stupid people that are against it) need to realize that not every person is going to wait up till marriage, or be abstinence. Fuck your religion, I'm more worried about these young kids and teens becoming parents.


Not knowing about birth control or sex will make them not want it or do it

No, it will make them more curious about sex, and not know much about it. When I was in my freshman year in the sex ed part of health class, they didn't teach much about birth control, but they at least did teach about sex, and even child birth (we say a video of a woman giving birth), and in my senior year, in my personal relationships class, we'd watch videos of this man named Brian (can't remember the last name) and all he said was, "LOL remane abstenence untill marriage." And that if you have sex with a person before marriage and you marry a different person, you'll see the face(s) of the person / all the people you had sex with, when you have sex with you spouse.

Abortion shouldn't be though in schools or used as birth control

Yes, it should, they should teach how abortion is TRULY done, and not show the kids / teens a bunch of shit like "The Silent Scream" or anything like it. There are many ways abortion is done, it's not just a vaccume like tube sucking out a fetus or embryo, there's other ways to get abortions. And you do realize that by not teaching kids and teens about abortion or birth control, the more apt the teen girl is going to preform a home abortion or go to a back ally doctor? I read a story about a 12 year old girl who was raped, her family was / is very pro-life, so she punch herself in the stomach to the point, she, now an adult, can't have children. By teaching abortion in school, girls will at least now that their is something to do if you birth control fails. And if a girl or woman uses abortion as birth control? So what? It's better they take responsibility than just have it and dump the infant on their parents / relatives to raise or keep it, and not want it or only take care if it when they want to / feel like it.

If all this was though in schools, there's be a helluva lot less teen parents, teen pregnancy or maybe even teens having sex. After all if sex is taught to them, they're less curious about it, and might be less apt to try and 'learn' about by experiencing it.

Being's parents and schools aren't teaching about birth control, I'll link some info in the description.

Condoms (male and female kind): [link] [link] [link] [link] [link] [link] [link]

The Pill (male and female kind):[link] [link] [link]

Depo (the shot; male and female kind): [link] [link] [link] [link]

IUD: [link] [link] [link]

The Patch: [link] [link] [link]

Implants: [link] [link] [link]

Abortion: [link] [link] [link] [link]

Sterilization: [link] [link] [link] [link] [link] [link]

I know this stamp was more about birth control than sex, but at least it wasn't a bunch of lol abstinence or lol wait till marriage.



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MidnightMadness15 Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2014
At my school, the people who came in only showed us pictures of STDs and told us about the danger of sex.
And then they said 'We're not trying to change your mind' BS, utter and total BS.
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BokkaTHfoxrabbit Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2014
My teachers are teaching abstinence. They showed us stuff about STDs.
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green-wolfen Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2014
i know right
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HarmonyThroughAnime Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2013
sex prevents virgin sacrifice :iconicameplz: but no seriously this satanic bastard almost killed some of the girls in my cousins town because they were virgins
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KotovDisease Featured By Owner May 11, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
It's 'cause the adults think the solution to teen pregnancy is an unhealthy dose of 1950's morals. Proper and Ideal MY ASS!!
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Crying-Goddess Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2013
Seriously I always wondered about that!
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QueenWolf12 Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
I'm 17 and I'mnot a virgin. I take birth control? Why? Because growing up my grandmother had alway told me ( yes I'm rasied by her and my grandpa) come to me and tell me. 'l get youthe help you need to be safe.

I remember sittin hrough 8th grade gurls health and them tellin me how I'd go to hell if I had sex before beng married. How I'd be sleeping with every person me or my partern ever slept with and how I'd get aids. They never tol me 'bout the pill, or how abortion can be done in the form of a pill, or even 'bout the "moring after pill." They just told me if I hae sex before marrige then I'll be a slut and go to hell.

I'm glad my grandmother never told me to wait. She told me things happened. You could be raped, you could get carriedaway. One little moment can change everything and it only takes one moment to go from being a virgin to not being one. If you get there and your young come tll me and I'll be there for you.

I came right to her and she put me on the pill. We'd had the sex talk years before.
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saystar Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2012
I told them I wasn't getting married. They did not enjoy that.

Also it didn't help that the lady teaching us was an old virgin working in a walmart.
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SparkMaster37 Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm abstinent, but I do support condom use for anyone sexually active. I don't care what anyone's religion is, sex ed is important. Condoms are the (2nd) best protection against HIV and most STDs.
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Totally-dead Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Now you see no-one ever remembers that in these debates.
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SparkMaster37 Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
IKR, it's a shame.
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BaconMagic Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2012
Teens, preteens and little kids shouldn't have sex in the first place. :stare:
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humanpeteriscool Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
I think they should learn what it is... just like learn what it is, NOT AT LIKE FIVE, but learn what it is (sex) but learn how you don't get pregnant and all that later in life...
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SpongeMuffin Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2012
The point of reaching your teenage years means you're now old enough to have sex, and a lot of it. It's unnatural to tell teenagers not to do what they were designed to do.
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YoungAngelStocking Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Maybe physically, but mentally teens just aren't ready to be having sex; can you imagine 12-14 year old's having babies?

This is coming from a teen who was "ready" when she was seven.
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SpongeMuffin Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2012
That's the age most girls had children for the majority of human history. It's only the last 100 years that that's considered strange.

I think it all comes down to society. Now days in society teenagers are no longer considered adults, so they're not expected to think like adults, so they don't. But back 200-300 years ago, a 14 year old man was expected to do everything a 30 year old man would, same with women. Back then they knew to act like adults, and they handled it well.

Teenagers today are . . . childish, to put it politely :B
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YoungAngelStocking Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That's exactly my point. Society deems teenagers as children, so they're treated as children, which in turn caused them to start acting like children, and now they can't handle it. Sex they can probably deal with, but having children... no.
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EbolaBears Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2012
Teens have had sex since the species started. That's not going to change.
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Riza-Izumi Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2012
Exactly! And there would be less of it, if parents and schools would actually teach about sex and birth control.
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regidar Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2012  Student Writer
Sex Ed in my old school:

5th grade: Teacher "These are the reproductive organs. They make babies."
Class "Oh, ok."

6th grade: Teacher "Don't have sex until you're ready. Also, here are some sex no-no's: Beastiality, pedophilia, rape, and incest."
Me "But wait, what if in a case of incest both of them are consenting adults-"
Teacher "GO THE THE CORNER OF SHAME!"

7th Grade: Teacher "Sex is bad, k? You'll get STDs and shit. Also, just for funzies, what's your sexual orientation?"
Me: "Well, I might be bi... not sure if-"
Class "What? LoL, ridicule pile, Bi guy!"
Me: "Well Shit."

8th grade: Teacher "SEX WILL MAKE YOUR BALLS EXPLODE AND BABIES WILL SHOOT FROM YOUR STOMACH-"
Class "Oh please, we've watched enough porn to know what really goes on."
Teacher "Oh, ok then. Elijah, go to detention."
Me "But I didn't do anything!"
Teacher "DID I FUCKING STUTTER?"

And so far in 9th grade we've only had Health ed in terms of mental health. They've labled me a sociopath :XD:
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J-Stein Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2013
Sex Ed in my school:

4th grade: "Okay let's read a story book of how children are made"

5th grade: "Okay we gonna theach you how the human body works during sex and pegnancy take out your biology books."

7th or 8th Grade (iduuno): "Okay we gonna theach you how the human body works during sex and pegnancy take out your biology books. Also these are the kinds of birth control you can use and this is how abortion works."

9th grade: "HEY we gonna do the same frigging thing again!"
-me: "Geez why?"
"Just in case you forgot lol!"

Guess I was lucky with my sex ed. No shock material or entering other peoples personal lives. But back then I tough it was stupid repeating the same thing so many times. Same book, same paper sheeds, same biology test at the end. Thinking about it now it was actually a pretty good sex ed.
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regidar Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2013  Student Writer
Pretty swell, you're a lucky one!
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OurHandOfSorrow Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Lol I'm sorry but I found your comment really funny XD

I've been really lucky once it comes to sex ed thankfully :P
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regidar Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2012  Student Writer
Fortunately, I've taught myself a lot of what goes on via anatomy textbooks and wikipedia articles. Also, my parents helped a bit, and the 5th and 6th grade education wasn't that bad, just 7th and 8th...
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Aq215 Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I believe people should only learn about abstinence and the benefits of it as a POSSIBLE choice so people who want to take that route don't have to feel ashamed of it and they can learn how to turn down peer pressure if they really don't want to have sex.
For people that possibly will have sex, they need to know things, and they need to know it detail from someone who knows what they're talking about. i would hate to see people looking up porn for information, where everything is faked and the participants are trained to do these things that don't really happen in real sexual relationships. Why not be honest instead of causing possible harm to someone's sexual health due to ignorance?
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Laika-chan Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
When I was in middle school, sex ed went like this: "These are private parts. Together they make babies." In high school, it went like this: "If you have sex, you'll get preggers and you'll get STDs and die."
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epicwhamo99 Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2013
I learned about STD's and birth control in 7th grade 0_0
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peacefulinvasion Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
:thumbsup: I'M PEACEFULINVASION AND I APPROVE THIS STAMP :thumbsup:

:D ok i agree.

1) Birth control may have side effects but there are also benifits. Lighter periods, less menstrual cramps, pms levels turned waaaaaay down, and a decrease risk of cervical cancer. Its not just a birth control pill anymore. Its a miracle pill. They should just refer to it as a menstrual magic pill. Yes it does have side effects and girls need to know about those side effects too. Even if i don't intend to have sex soon i'm trying to get on the pill because of those added benifits.

2) it is the CHURCHES responsibility to teach religion. Schools need to teach to those without that religion. :shrug: If the kid cannot learn about sex because of religion they should just have the parents sign a form and let the other people who's religion allows it to learn about sex. Why should we not be able to learn about sex just because your religion that i'm not a part of says its wrong?

3) No it will cause teens to have unprotected sex, get HIV and ruin their lives and have a teen pregnancy. Dont teach abstinence and you don't have to go into sexual detail. We can get that from porn. Schools only need to teach them how to have sex safely, all the risks, and all the procautions. :shrug: They should teach ALL the beliefs on sex both good and bad. They should teach about all the beliefs. I already made the desision to have sex when the time comes married or not.

4) I personally thing that you need to teach about all the methods and options a mother has if she gets an unplanned pregency. All the ways they can get financial aid and even food should they decide to go through with it, all the rights they would have if they go through with adoption, and ESPECIALLY all the risks, pros, and cons about abortion.

I believe ALL girls should have a class dedicated to what happens durring pregnancy, ALL the birth control methods, and of course ALL the options that a woman has should she be faced with an unplanned pregnancy, and even the options should they decide they have had enough kids. ALL girls should be required to take such a class, because this is their bodies, they need to know about these things, because should they end up in such a situation, rape or no rape, she needs to know about these methods.

Sex ed just does not teach enough.

:thumbsup: I'M PEACEFULINVASION AND I APPROVE THIS STAMP :thumbsup:

Have a llama :llama:
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HelgaPatakiFan3 Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2014  Hobbyist
At my school, there was a permission slip for the speaker. Those without permission got to do book work on the subject. That permission slip was pointless, wtf?
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peacefulinvasion Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Thats stupid
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Aq215 Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You should never get 'sexual detail' from porn, it's extremely fake and would be harmful to real sexual relationships if you take it as serious knowledge (but fine if you only see it as fake).
I actually think there should be more sexual detail in some sort of class so people know how to do it without soaking up misinformation that could be easily found elsewhere :p
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peacefulinvasion Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
I knows it kind of was supposed to be intended as a joke.......o3o

But Either way i stand by what i said. Sex Education should be treated like a major course in school. I think for one it needs to start earlier (like third grade early) and teach more, because i think sex ed should cover everything, from sex to what to do in the event of rape to how to avoid rape (hopefully it will never need to be used, but it should still be there if needed), to the pros and cons of birth control and condoms, to all the options for unplanned pregnancies and all the rights, pros and cons, that go with them. And it especially needs to teach puberty to elementary students so when they hit puberty they know what is going on.

Basically I see sex ed as something that much teach everything about sex. It needs to start in elementary school at no earlier than 1st grade (of course they'd just learn about their bodies changing that early in the game) and end in high school. That way kids will have all the information they can ever need to understand what to do. :shrug: because they will need that information.

Same with foreign languages it needs to be taught starting at first grade. I understand people might dissagree with me with sex ed but :shrug: its information that will be needed unless you intend to be a nun or a virgin for life.
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Aq215 Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
At first I thought you were joking, but I really hoped no one seriously thought that so I had to make sure :lol:

I do agree with you on everything you said though. I only support abstinence being taught as an option for people who WANT to be that way so they don't have to feel ashamed and can know there is benefits to their choice without making it the 'better' choice. I believe that every option needs to be brought up.

I think people forget that people are sexual creatures of all ages, even toddlers like to touch themselves to orgasm, but they don't associate it with sex yet. It's actually been proven that parents who freak out over young children touching themselves or doing other innocent sexual behaviors can actually permanently damage the psyche and when they get real sexual feelings, they associate it with shame and negativity. So I think very young children need to learn about body-positivity, and sexual behaviors appropriate to the age group, and when they get older you work up to more explicit things.

But it's sad how people want to be in the dark about it...
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As-Soon-As-Possible Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2012
The Nineteenth century lays to blame for all this "shame on sexuality" and the kind of attitude western civilization has towards it.
I was never sure why during these times people got to frivalous over natural matters... It's stupid really. If it's in our instincts why do we try so hard to curb it?
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Aq215 Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I knew that already xD Well I admittedly am very sex-negative myself but I also like to use logic and science and I know that for other people putting it in the dark causes worse problems. It can cause a damage to the psyche due to shame or it can cause them to do more risky sexual behavior from being in the dark...like going out and getting pregnant at age 11...not a good thing at all.
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As-Soon-As-Possible Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2012
People are idiots. They hide what they don't need to yet reveal what's unnecessary.
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Aq215 Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Exactly @_@ If only they would be honest, there would be less problems.
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peacefulinvasion Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
XD well i can't even judge how accurate porn is being that the closest thing to porn i've ever drawn/seen was a boy and a girl hugging under a blanket

People are sexual creatures and we need to learn about sex in a positive light. After all sex is how babies pop out the tube so to speak.

:shrug: Its even sadder considering they want others to be in the dark with them.
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Aq215 Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I would want to try to teach people accuracies instead of porn because I know people over 18 who still don't know the real stuff in some areas. Plus, a lot of porn shows the man pulling out and releasing on the stomach, so people might think that actually works...when most of the time that would fail due to precum. The fact that even people in their 20's don't know this is worrisome =_=;

Yeah, exactly. It almost sickens me how in the dark and over conservative some people can be, it almost seems like a form of abuse when they freak out over things like this. I mean I even knew people who were so distressed over having one sexual urge that they wanted to end their lives over it...it's like what are their parents telling them to make them feel that way??
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peacefulinvasion Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
that is so true -3- its cause of poor education.

Sex is a NATURAL thing. I'm lucky to have a parent that pounded that into my head. my parents pounded the fact that sex is perfectly natural and sexual desires are also natural and normal.
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Aq215 Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Exactly, that's why we need better education :/

Pfft, my mom used to go batshit over any trace of sexuality in a person and it caused a lot of sex-negativity to my psyche because I was one of those good obedient children. I remember having so much self-hatred and mental issues as a teenager due to 'raging hormones' but now as an adult I had more time to research science :p I wouldn't wish being in the dark about things to ANYONE.
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MeisterBat Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you for the informative message! Me and a girl in my class really hated how the Sex Ed videos pretty much trashed and insulted people who weren't virgins. Scaring people into thinking that just one night of sex can make you have aids...

... just tell the truth, and stop spreading lies. It's easier. But no, let's scare the crap out of our little teenagers!
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HelgaPatakiFan3 Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2014  Hobbyist
Exactly.
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ticklishnatasha Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Until now, I'd only heard of birth control in patch form from an episode of George Lopez (its the one where Benny has to quit smoking)
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Riza-Izumi Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2012
Really?
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ticklishnatasha Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
yep
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