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.
Stamp Template ~Dametora