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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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DaLopster Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2015
*sigh* I lost my childhood innocence early on. (Damn you Rule 34!!!!)
kkk-waii Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2015  New Deviant Student Artist
Everyone at my school talks about sex, and I'm in Middle School, and some of them even got pregnant because they never learned.
I feel like it's good to have sexual education and such in Middle School, and even if they don't learn it in school, there's always the Internet and TV where they can find porn and all that stuff, so it's better for them to learn in School rather than somewhere else where the facts may not always be true.

But Elementary is mostly just learning about puberty and stuff, not sex. 
InkyShade Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2015  Student
Sorry but sexual education is important unless you want all the 14 years old to get pregnant.
Sexual education is not encouraging anyone to have sex. If you want to blame something then blame (as you already did) the media who show all the butts and titts but not the schools. Schools want to prevent such shit from happening with safe sex lessons and such. Also since the "first time" age in some cases tends to be 13-14 nowadays (which I'm not happy about either) schools need to start teaching about this way earlier than they did 20 years ago. Also, not all parents are fit to teach kids about this, especially those who even fail at teaching their offsprings using the trash can instead of the street for their waste.
SimonCaneplz Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2015
I ALLWAYS hate human biology, especially the grossest stuff.
magshi Featured By Owner Edited Sep 24, 2015  Student Digital Artist

When will you people learn... Whether it be Sexual Education or Biology, you just can't leave our public school curriculum alone, can you?
There is NOTHING wrong with sex ed classes, they are there to teach kids about bodily functions in much the same way the rest of health class
is. Seriously though, what sense does it make to teach kids about the rest of the body and yet leave out one of the most important parts, the parts that happen to BE THE REASON YOU EXIST ON THIS PLANET TO BEGIN WITH! In other words, the first major purpose of sex ed is to teach kids about how they were born, so they aren't left in the dark wondering about how they were created. Look, kids are curious and are going to ask about it eventually, what person as a kid hasn't asked "daddy/mommy, where did i come from?"? The truth is, not every parent can truthfully answer that question without confusing the poor kid, that's where sex ed comes in, its a safe place where kids can learn about where they came from from people who can answer that question truthfully and without bias.

The second major reason for having sex ed is to promote safe sex and reduce the risk of contracting an STI and/or giving an STI to someone else. (STI = Sexually Transmitted Disease btw.) Now, as a devout christian i know you'll just respond by saying "STI's can be avoided via abstinence, they aren't an issue", but they are. You see, its not as easy to suppress NATURAL HUMAN SEXUALITY as you people often try to make it sound, when you get of age and if you have a girlfriend, eventually the temptation will become too strong to resist. That is where safe sex comes in, it allows you to satisfy those urges without risking nasty diseases like aids. Oh, and for the record, suppressing your sexuality isn't healthy, it's NEVER healthy.
SterileRitalin Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Yes, lets just have our children know nothing about how they were created, lets keep them in the dark and not prepare them for life.
TheMischievousMouse Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
I really don't believe that love means sex, though.
I do agree with you about the elementary school part. I had sex-ed in middle school, but I knew about sex long before that. Kids in elementary school were already talking about sex and how much they love their BF/GF. I never understood why kids as young as 6 and 7 years old want to be dating. :/
SabryDfirework02 Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2015
Well, it depends.
If the kid we're talking about is mature, curious and so likes to know new things, I guess it's okay to teach them what sex is, and how it works.
But if a kid is still immature, and we know that he/she could start giggle and doing stupid jokes about it (as A LOT of people I met), well, it's better to let them grow up a little!
I myself had many classmates very immature about this kind of stuff (seriously, they talked about it like if they were the age to have it), who in fact always did jokes, talked about it way too much.
But I also met more mature kids, who did not make a big deal of it, but just knew it and didn't think something like "oooh if so I want to get laid mmmh hahaha".
If someone ends up saying this over and over, I guess they're not mature yet!
Ask-Mary-Of-Ib Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
why not? they'll eventually learn about it, and saying "STORKS ARE WHERE BABIES COME FROM" is kinda stupid. Elementary? maybe. But Middle School is a definite yes, they SHOULD be mature enough and they won't grow up if we treat them like babies!
Cloudysad Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
Ask-Mary-Of-Ib Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Cloudysad Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
No problem ^^
Its-A-Beautiful-Day Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Teaching them about it yes, but having sex is way to early.
Ask-Mary-Of-Ib Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I never said anything about having sex. I was just saying they should learn, not do it.
MitziiztiM Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
We learnt about puberty and a little bit about sex in 5th and 6th class. Puberty I can understand and with dating and sex and all that fun stuff. But they told us stories about people who where under aged when they had sex and how they weren't happy with themselves.
KosmicznaKoneko Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
You are really naive.
radpuns Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2015
how else are they going to learn, damnit
hi---bye Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2015  Student Digital Artist
saying "mommy how are babies made"

//walks off
radpuns Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2015
MinionPox Featured By Owner Edited Jun 17, 2015  Student General Artist
While Elementary is a nono. Middle School, however, should be allowed when the students learned enough in the school in order for it to be taught.
So I have to agree with one part, but disagree on the other.
frankier-o Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2015  Student Digital Artist
we started learning it in fifth grade lmao.
DragonOfEvil Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
Yes please.
mrm64 Featured By Owner May 30, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Middle school is when it should be implemented imo. High School is much too late, your developing certain hormones  a pre-teen age and knowing what sex is is crucial at that age, especially if you're trying to live a Christ-like life. lol to be honest, my parents told me what it was when I asked them what it was around age 10 and got a straight up answer. Turned out ok, it just depends on how you deliver it. But I agree, not Elementary school...imo.
LadyOwen49 Featured By Owner May 22, 2015
Had this class in middle school and even then it was around towards the middle, if not the end.
tultsi93 Featured By Owner May 20, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
What's wrong with that kids know what's sex? As well you can say children can't watch animal documentaries. Do you think it's right that as adults kids start to keep it as a bad thing?
hachi--p Featured By Owner May 9, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
I would agree with you some point,Elementary should not teach sex ed,certainly we need to protect as much as we can their innocence,but I believe in middle schoolit is quite necessary.
CrystalMV Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2015
We have to prevent this evil! We have to preserve the innocence of kids! This is going to be the Ultimate Fight: conservatives versus puberty. Who will win?
nati11184 Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
how is sex evil
CrystalMV Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2015
Kids are not ready for this information, they might get a wrong idea about it. Development of human brain finishes at 25, so that's when they should be taught about sex, and that's what age of consent should be.

P.S. I think you're misunderstanding what I'm saying.
nati11184 Featured By Owner Edited Jun 13, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
wait but seriously
25? ahah
but then they would just learn about sex only from the internet/porn movies on TV and do it anyway
CrystalMV Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2015
Okay, I see you really misunderstood me. That was sarcasm. I was trolling XD I thought it would be easy enough to understand because I wrote "conservatives versus puberty", indicating that conservatives are trying to prevent something that is inevitable for biological reasons xD
nati11184 Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
ahahah you got me then :'^D
i didn't really get trolled in a long time so you succeed congrats

yess now i got it
i agree with ya ahah
CrystalMV Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2015
I troll a lot xD Especially when I see people say stupid things, I start talking nonsense myself, just to show how silly they are xD
nati11184 Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Vinnicor Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2015
Can't agree with you more. Well done. 
Sasha-Loves-Shadouge Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
I had Sexual Education for the first time in grade five, and again in grade six. 

And if you ask me, I turned out just fine. In fact, this information REALLY helped me with a dangerous experience that happened soon after, but I'd rather not talk about it in full detail, not with strangers at least. 

So I'd have to disagree with you on this one, I support teaching Sexual Education in Elementary/Middle School. :) 
ssjdah Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2015
Elementary no need
but in Middle school sex ed is a must
NatReksio Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I had sex ed in 3rd grade and I'm fine.
myfev Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
Iliveinmyimagination Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2015  Student General Artist
Okay, I see where you're going with this, but I disagree. While I do believe that a 1st grader should NOT, under and circumstances, learn about this, but a 5th grader who is going through/ will go through puberty should learn about that. In middle school, children, such as I, a 6th grader, will have to learn about it too. Now, if the teacher is showing porn to the kids, that's bad. If they're showing it to someone who'd too young, that's bad. Those things, and things like that are unacceptable, and disgusting. Have a wonderful day!
MK-R Featured By Owner Edited Mar 15, 2015
All the liberal arguments defending the subject of 4 year olds learning about the reproductive system and sexual relations on here make me rofl :XD: I bet half of you are too young to know what you're even flapping ya lips about. You're all such trash bags that are so full of shit, even the local dump wouldn't recognize the stench.
Stop talking out of your ass and realize how fucked up and horrible this idea is.
Teenage douchetards.....
Undead-Purdy Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm sorry but I disagree, children need to learn about sex whether they are young or not
fluffiiwolf Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is my opinion, so don't get all butthurt like you're a three year old. If you easily get offended, then ignore my comment completely.

PART ONE (the good side of sex)
There is nothing wrong with sex. It's a form of bonding between two or more adults. It shows trust (letting their partner see them nude), and how much they love each other (making them feel pleasure). It's a natural activity, everyone will most likely do it when they grow up. Why shame it? It's what all animals do. It's not only just for pleasure, it's also proven useful that if you're married and you and your partner have agreed to raise a child.

PART TWO (the bad side of sex)
Children might try it with their friends out of curiosity. Some can get pregnant and some can't. In case they can, try to not mention it in front of them.
MK-R Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2015
Disagreeing with an idea =/= being butthurt
fluffiiwolf Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I know, but some people are so sensitive about it that they freak out over it. That's what I was mentioning. :/
I-Am-The-Cold Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Sorry, but no matter how much people will protest, people will still do it. You're basically saying "even though we know our children are going to have sex, we can't accept the fact that they are growing up, so we should ban sexual education from our schools." Kids will have no idea what to do during sexual intercourse, they will think that ejaculation won't make a female pregnant, they won't know there is such thing as an STD, they will think it is okay to rape, put random stuff in their vital regions such as: Leaky pens, pill bottles, jars, cups, candles, highly toxic substances, etc..

It does sound exaggerated, but it is possible. Don't teach about abstinence, because it just wastes time, and says "sex is bad, and you should feel bad." By the way, talking about men wasting their seed, sperm will die in just a couple days so new sperm can be created. Keeping sperm in a male too long can damage his health, I actually see it as a bit of sexism towards men. Why is it tolerable for women to have their periods in religion (Every time a woman has her period, an egg is released), yet, it is forbidden for a man to ejaculate outside of a woman (If fertilization was to take place, the rest of the sperm would die, and only one would get in the egg, so technically, the sperms that did not reach the egg will die and over 10 million or so sperms will be "wasted")?

That being said, where is your point? That sex is too taboo for kids? It may be for one, but that does not mean that it has to be for others.
shadowfan92 Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm okay with appropriate sexual education being taught to elementary and middle schoolers.   An example of appropriate would be teaching students about Good touch Bad Touch.

As a teacher I use that method with my 5th grade classes so they know that if someone touches them in a way thats inappropriate they need to find a trusting adult.   Most cases of child abuse, and child sexual assault occur between the ages of 6-12 sometimes younger.  This is long before children are typically given sex ed.

That's why I don't think it inappropriate to teach children about good and bad touch so that they know how to protect themselves from all the perverts that are out there waiting to hurt their innocence.
Derpylicious8 Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Ithink, that perhaps it shouldn't be a big thing, but mentioned subtly, like I don't we should be teaching 7 year old about condoms but we should be teaching them about their own bodies, nothing dirty about someones body and then like teach them more as they get older. Like when I was about 13 I kept getting bambarded with diffrent sex ed lessons and stuff I'd never heard off and it confused me so much. People think there is one "sex talk" but no, it's little talks in sections. If they are old enough to be asking, they are old enough to know.
lNSECTUS Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
lmao i was raped at 5 and if i hadnt had any sex ed in middle school i wouldnt have known that it wasnt right and honestly the sooner you realize that somethin is wrong the easier it will be to cope with it
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