Coping with Sexual Misinformation

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Sex, as a conversation piece, is not the best way to break the ice. This topic is still considered taboo for some conservative countries. More so is the idea of incorporating sexual education into the academic curriculum.

Former U.S. Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders at a Community Health Centers of Arkansas summit on health care said that the lack of sex education in the nation is “deafening” and it makes children vulnerable to sexual assault and sexually transmitted diseases. She added that the country is “paying a very heavy price for not educating our young people.” She also said that abstinence-only sex education programs are unrealistic, adding to it abstinence-only programs that do not teach contraception will not solve the issue.

Studies show that most of the youth today who become sexually active, engage in the act without accurate information about reproductive health. This insufficiency of information can increase the risk of unplanned pregnancy and/or sexually transmitted diseases (STD). Sexual health education can be one means of helping young people prevent these problems and improve their future reproductive...

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