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Keep it Out by SionnaDehr Keep it Out by SionnaDehr
*sigh*
For some stupid reason people think that little kids (especially little kids) need to have their innocence taken away and replaced with knowledge about sex. I'm sorry but little kids don't need to know what goes on in a heterosexual's bedroom or a homosexual's bedroom. People who think that they do, are delusional and need to get their asses kicked to the curb and some idea of common decency instilled in their brains.
The first thing I learned about concerning the reproductive organs was the fact that I was going to end up having a menstrual cycle sometime or later. Even then, I didn't fully understand that and for four years after that class I was afraid of taking a shower and suddenly having blood just gush everywhere. I was ten when I went through that class.

The class barely served a purpose.

I didn't learn about what a vagina was until I was fifteen in a sexual purity class that my Christian School offered. They taught us about our bodies and, well, what basically happens when you have sex and the chances of getting STD's AID's and pregnancy even with the use of protection and birth control. We learned about the psychological side effects of abortion and the lot. In fact, we were told what we needed to know and what we did with that information was totally up to us.

I was in high school when my school taught me what I needed to know. By then, I felt ready. By then, I understood what it all was for. I got it.

Elementary kids and Middle Schoolers can't always handle that information. In fact, why are we encouraging young kids to have sex and teaching them about it when they should have better things to do? I mean, why aren't they getting more exorcize? Why aren't we teaching them more about health and the benefits of health? Why aren't we allowing them to keep busy through application of different things? Why can't we let kids be kids?

I'll tell you why. Because society today has made finding your "soulmate" more important above anything else. Society has made sex, "love", and emotions more important then reason, thinking, and finding other ways to not be bored. Everything is all about finding the right guy or girl, or who has had sex with so many partners? TV, Music, and even books have made that the most important thing above everything else and has turned our society into a bunch of weak wishy-washy sheep driven by emotion and sexual desire.

That is what life is all about these days and I say bullshit. People should keep this stupidity out of elementary and middle schools and only tell the kids what they need to know when they need to know it. Or, maybe schools should stop being made to so the parent's jobs and the parents should start parenting again?

Keep sex out of the younger grade schools and put it where the "mature" teenagers can handle it (of course, I use mature very loosely).
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Kfcnyancat Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2014
Elementary Schools certainly shouldn't, but I believe middle schools should teach it.
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Mix-Match-Girl23 Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You are an idiot. In my state, due to lack of proper sex education, there were girls at my school pregnant! We were taught about sex in 7th Grade and it has (hopefully) saved a lot of uf from making the wrong choice and getting pregnant. When I was in 6th grade, there was a pregnant sixth grader! She was STILL a CHILD!
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ChippingChart66 Featured By Owner 4 days ago
That's just plain scary! I was pretty shocked when I found out a girl in a high school physics class was pregnant, and took a wild guess the guy who got her pregnant wanted to have sex with her because he thought it was cool, and not because he wanted to become a daddy too soon, which unfortunately ended up happening anyway! Luckily, she was a senior, and didn't give birth until a month after she graduated.
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EmeraldHeroes Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
How old are you in elementary and middle school? We just have years in the UK.
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animedisneyluver809 Featured By Owner 4 days ago
Elementary kids are six to ten years old. Middle schoolers are 11-13 or 14 year olds.
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EmeraldHeroes Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you. That's been confusing me for ages but I kept forgetting to look it up. ^^;
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animedisneyluver809 Featured By Owner 3 days ago
You're welcome :)
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VimituHanna Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2014   General Artist
Elementary maybe, talk about puberty at most because it happens between 4th-5th for many. Middle school, no. Sex ed needs to be in middle schools. There was no sex ed in the middle school I was at. Everyone either learned about it from parents, learned from the internet, or didn't learn anything at all, and there was at least 6 pregnant middle schoolers. 3 of them were SIXTH GRADERS.

"In fact, why are we encouraging young kids to have sex and teaching them about it when they should have better things to do?"

Sex ed is NOT encouraging sex. It's teaching them about it, and how to be safe if they DO decide to have sex. It tells them how to properly use protection, so if they decide on their own to have sex. It's sex education, not sex encouragement. It's strictly there to teach the dangers of sex, how to use protection so if they do have sex, about STDs and STIs, pregnancy, etc. 

Face it, whether sex ed is in schools or not, teens will have sex. Which is better, knowing about it and how to have safe sex and use protection, or knowing absolutely nothing about protection and getting pregnant?

"Or, maybe schools should stop being made to so the parent's jobs and the parents should start parenting again?"

It took my mom nearly a year to finally talk to me about it. What I've seen on forums, even what my mom had said, it's a hard topic for a parent to discuss with their kid. They either don't think there kid is ready for that topic or mature enough, or don't know how to talk to it
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dratini12 Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
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PokeSmosher365 Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2014  Student General Artist
THIS
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