should sex myths/excuses be taught in sex ed

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should sex myths/excuses be taught in sex ed

T&A1987 T&A1987
by excuses, i mean reasons why men say they don't need a condom. They're sterile (why i'm here) they're on the pill (possibly believable to a 14-17 year old) doing jumping jacks prevents pregnancy, can't get pregnant in a lake and countless others. should these be taught to keep people from falling for them, or might they just teach people newer ways to get around wearing a condom?
12/25/2011
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AndroAngel AndroAngel
They should be taught. That anyone who's old enough to have sex would manage to slip by believing that nonsense with no one to teach them the truth is inexcusable to me.
12/25/2011
Ghost Ghost
They should be taught -as myths- not -as truths-. However, I believe people need to start instilling in children the value that ALL PEOPLE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR OWN BEHAVIOR.
12/26/2011
Inker Inker
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Originally posted by T&A1987
by excuses, i mean reasons why men say they don't need a condom. They're sterile (why i'm here) they're on the pill (possibly believable to a 14-17 year old) doing jumping jacks prevents pregnancy, can't get pregnant in a lake ...
definitely!
12/26/2011
El-Jaro El-Jaro
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Originally posted by Ghost
They should be taught -as myths- not -as truths-. However, I believe people need to start instilling in children the value that ALL PEOPLE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR OWN BEHAVIOR.
THIS!
12/26/2011
GenderSexplorations GenderSexplorations
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Originally posted by Ghost
They should be taught -as myths- not -as truths-. However, I believe people need to start instilling in children the value that ALL PEOPLE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR OWN BEHAVIOR.
So much this. I agree entirely.
12/26/2011
indiglo indiglo
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Originally posted by Ghost
They should be taught -as myths- not -as truths-. However, I believe people need to start instilling in children the value that ALL PEOPLE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR OWN BEHAVIOR.
100% agree with this.
12/26/2011
Holly Hox Holly Hox
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Originally posted by Ghost
They should be taught -as myths- not -as truths-. However, I believe people need to start instilling in children the value that ALL PEOPLE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR OWN BEHAVIOR.
abso-freaking-lutely.
12/26/2011
Peggi Peggi
At my school, my teacher DID teach these to us, though they weren't in the curriculum. Though, he was also the same teacher who once told us that his first daughter was the result of one of these myth methods.
12/26/2011
Errant Venture Errant Venture
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Originally posted by AndroAngel
They should be taught. That anyone who's old enough to have sex would manage to slip by believing that nonsense with no one to teach them the truth is inexcusable to me.
Agreed.
12/27/2011
Chirple Chirple
I didn't take Sex Ed in high-school, I tested out of it - but myth-related questions were on the test I had to take and you had to identify them as true or false.

Though, honestly, with the Internet I don't understand how anyone could believe that crap and the bitter part of me is inclined to think that with all the information available to them, you kind of deserve what you get. :/
12/27/2011
slynch slynch
They should teach the truth.
12/27/2011
El-Jaro El-Jaro
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Originally posted by slynch
They should teach the truth.
I'd rather they teach facts. "Truth" is a matter of perspective.
12/27/2011
gone77 gone77
As long as it's only to debunk them.
12/27/2011
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