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Ladybird

That would not have happened if her parents had taught her to abstain from sex until she was married or at least an adult. It also would not have happened had she gone to school in the Austin Independent School District. They would have taught her to have anal sex.

 

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oki

This was my 8th grade class in the 70’s. As I mentioned above, sex ed at that point was rushed and pretty much useless. I do know that by 8th grade many people already suspect or know their sexuality.

 

 

As for the mom & dad, It may have more to do with traditional families changing to ones including same gender parents. But of course that wasn’t in the program.

 

And I had a girl in my 7th grade class who WAS ALREADY PREGNANT.

Franklin Middle School here in Green Bay Wisconsin has a room dedicated to the girls who are about ready to go into labor, just so they don't miss class.

 

Man, really begs the question how we as a nation survived. I mean how did all the teen girls survive all those centuries and not experience unplanned or at least out of wedlock pregnancies before contraception and such wonderful sex ed. There comes a point when a person must come to the realization that some people will do what they are going to do no matter what the consequences, no matter how much we teach them of the dangers or to at least minimize the consequences. If it was an 'education and access to contraception issue' as some claim and not a first and foremost behavioral then we should have had an even greater problem with both teen and out of wedlock pregnancies in decades past before the education programs, easy access to contraception and even legal abortion. Not against the education, just saying that it must be treated first and fore most as a culture and behavior problem.

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mjperry51

 

Instead of opt out, make it opt-in.

 

Preemptive choice -- you're good with that, right??

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mjperry51

As for the mom & dad, It may have more to do with traditional families changing to ones including same gender parents. But of course that wasn't in the program.

 

Is it your position same sex parents don't have a parental obligation to do what they can to prevent their children from engaging in activities that could cause harm and negatively impact their lives?

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MontyPython

Instead of opt out, make it opt-in.

 

Preemptive choice -- you're good with that, right??

 

Exactly. Let it be known this "instruction" (:rolleyes:) is available, then let any parents who want their child exposed to it opt in, rather than forcing the family to expose their kid to peer bullying, humiliation and ostracizing by opting out.

 

B)

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Ladybird

Is it your position same sex parents don't have a parental obligation to do what they can to prevent their children from engaging in activities that could cause harm and negatively impact their lives?

No.

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Ladybird

And I had a girl in my 7th grade class who WAS ALREADY PREGNANT.

Franklin Middle School here in Green Bay Wisconsin has a room dedicated to the girls who are about ready to go into labor, just so they don't miss class.

 

Man, really begs the question how we as a nation survived. I mean how did all the teen girls survive all those centuries and not experience unplanned or at least out of wedlock pregnancies before contraception and such wonderful sex ed. There comes a point when a person must come to the realization that some people will do what they are going to do no matter what the consequences, no matter how much we teach them of the dangers or to at least minimize the consequences. If it was an 'education and access to contraception issue' as some claim and not a first and foremost behavioral then we should have had an even greater problem with both teen and out of wedlock pregnancies in decades past before the education programs, easy access to contraception and even legal abortion. Not against the education, just saying that it must be treated first and fore most as a culture and behavior problem.

 

The rate of teen pregnancy has dropped steadily and sharply since the 90's, due in no small part to education and availability of more reliable forms of contraception.

But sure, let's go back to the good old days when kids learned about sex from their friends.

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MontyPython

The rate of teen pregnancy has dropped steadily and sharply since the 90's, due in no small part to education and availability of more reliable forms of contraception.

But sure, let's go back to the good old days when kids learned about sex from their friends.

 

And that's why I've always been an outspoken advocate for sex-ed in school. But deviate sex instruction won't prevent pregnancy.

 

And before you make yourself look foolish again by asserting "your definition of ‘deviant’ differs from others", remember that I'm going by its actual definition: Something that deviates from the norm.

 

Yes, sex ed belongs in school, and yes, sex ed prevents unwanted teen pregnancies. But neither of those statements relates to the issues being discussed in this thread.

 

B)

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Ladybird

And that's why I've always been an outspoken advocate for sex-ed in school. But deviate sex instruction won't prevent pregnancy.

 

And before you make yourself look foolish again by asserting "your definition of ‘deviant’ differs from others", remember that I'm going by its actual definition: Something that deviates from the norm.

 

Yes, sex ed belongs in school, and yes, sex ed prevents unwanted teen pregnancies. But neither of those statements relates to the issues being discussed in this thread.

 

B)

 

I was responding to Oki, but also there were some claims made in the original article concerning birth control and abortion that are not true.

 

As far as so called deviant lifestyles, the school is addressing the "deviant" children needs with everyone else, since they are more subject to bullying and thoughts of suicide than the majority population.

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oki

The rate of teen pregnancy has dropped steadily and sharply since the 90's, due in no small part to education and availability of more reliable forms of contraception.

But sure, let's go back to the good old days when kids learned about sex from their friends.

 

 

Sure it's been dropping bit by bit, but that hasn't been due to education or availability of anything. It's due to a simple attitude of I don't want a baby or a disease.

The same attitude that existed LONG BEFORE ANY 'EDUCATION' contraception or even legal abortion.

Japan has nothing in comparison in regards to sex ed, but yet teen pregnancy is next to unheard of. ALWAYS HAS BEEN. The only real difference is what again? That's right, cultural.

You can keep telling yourself it's education and contraception, but that doesn't explain why it was a next to non existent problem both before sex ed, contraception and even abortion legal or illegal.

If it was anything but cultural then even 100 years ago we should have had an even bigger problem, than know.

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Ladybird

Sure it's been dropping bit by bit, but that hasn't been due to education or availability of anything. It's due to a simple attitude of I don't want a baby or a disease.

The same attitude that existed LONG BEFORE ANY 'EDUCATION' contraception or even legal abortion.

Japan has nothing in comparison in regards to sex ed, but yet teen pregnancy is next to unheard of. ALWAYS HAS BEEN. The only real difference is what again? That's right, cultural.

You can keep telling yourself it's education and contraception, but that doesn't explain why it was a next to non existent problem both before sex ed, contraception and even abortion legal or illegal.

If it was anything but cultural then even 100 years ago we should have had an even bigger problem, than know.

 

That doesn't even make sense. If the attitude existed "long before any education....", then why did the rate of teen pregnancy (as well as teen abortion rates) decline afterward? It must have something to do "in no small part" to sex ed and the availability of more reliable contraception.

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oki

That doesn't even make sense. If the attitude existed "long before any education....", then why did the rate of teen pregnancy (as well as teen abortion rates) decline afterward? It must have something to do "in no small part" to sex ed and the availability of more reliable contraception.

 

Attitude is everything. ATTITUDE CHANGED OVER TIME, that's why the problem in the first place. Education and contraception alone is not the solution. IF LACK OF THOSE WAS THE REASON then we should have had insane levels of teen pregnancy prior to the widespread use/circulation of the solution. IE why where there very high levels in the 1920's and 1930's? No birth control, no education, no legal abortion? Hell, how about the early 20th Century? Why weren't school girls knocked up left and right? Again, it's because of attitude and culture. Shouldn't ton's of school girls have been pregnant way back when it was just one room school houses? You know, no education, no B.C. What your saying is that's why Teen Pregnancy is an issue after all. Again, education and contraception only go so far in the face of a culture which knows damn good and well how babies are made, how to not make them BUT CHOOSES TO ENGAGE IN THE BEHAVIOR ANYWAYS.

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Dean Adam Smithee

And that's why I've always been an outspoken advocate for sex-ed in school. But deviate sex instruction won't prevent pregnancy.

 

And before you make yourself look foolish again by asserting "your definition of ‘deviant’ differs from others", remember that I'm going by its actual definition: Something that deviates from the norm.

 

Yes, sex ed belongs in school, and yes, sex ed prevents unwanted teen pregnancies. But neither of those statements relates to the issues being discussed in this thread.

 

B)

 

I largely agree. YES, Sex Ed belongs in schools.

 

I disagree ONLY to the extent that I think the title is a WILD exaggeration. Best as I can find out, they're not "Teaching Kids How to Have Anal Sex", they're only mentioning that it exists and is a potential route for disease.

 

I think it's "relevant" in today's crowd. AT THE RISK OF GETTING INDELICATE HERE (Kids, DON'T try this at home):

 

Today's crowd seems to be hyper-sexual in a way (almost) never before seen in the modern era. Perhaps not since the fall of Rome, and possibly rising to a level that should be mentioned in the DSM or ICD. (And as a former Strip Club manager, that's sayin' a lot). It's no longer "letting nature run it's course" but has become, what I believe, not just natural but demonic. And I DON'T say that lightly.

 

 

An interesting documentary is "Sin Cities: Berlin". Extremely interesting how this parallels with the USA of today.

 

What has been will be again,

what has been done will be done again;

there is nothing new under the sun.

- Eccl. 1:9.

 

Maybe I should change my RN name from Adam Smithee to "Ecclesiaticus"? No, probably NOT, LOL. That just sounds too, uh, "ecclesiastical" which just isn't the Quaker "Me".

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Magic Rat

I largely agree. YES, Sex Ed belongs in schools.

 

I disagree ONLY to the extent that I think the title is a WILD exaggeration. Best as I can find out, they're not "Teaching Kids How to Have Anal Sex", they're only mentioning that it exists and is a potential route for disease.

 

I think it's "relevant" in today's crowd. AT THE RISK OF GETTING INDELICATE HERE (Kids, DON'T try this at home):

 

Today's crowd seems to be hyper-sexual in a way (almost) never before seen in the modern era. Perhaps not since the fall of Rome, and possibly rising to a level that should be mentioned in the DSM or ICD. (And as a former Strip Club manager, that's sayin' a lot). It's no longer "letting nature run it's course" but has become, what I believe, not just natural but demonic. And I DON'T say that lightly.

 

 

An interesting documentary is "Sin Cities: Berlin". Extremely interesting how this parallels with the USA of today.

 

What has been will be again,

what has been done will be done again;

there is nothing new under the sun.

- Eccl. 1:9.

 

Maybe I should change my RN name from Adam Smithee to "Ecclesiaticus"? No, probably NOT, LOL. That just sounds too, uh, "ecclesiastical" which just isn't the Quaker "Me".

 

If that is the case, I don't see what the big deal is. (Although, many figure out that anal sex is a "thing" all by ourselves.) I was taught that that activity is much higher risk of the spread of disease because of the exposed blood vessels. (This is also why suppositories are also a "thing".) I was taught this over 30 years ago and in a Catholic school. I think that is a pretty valuable piece of information. Of course, they didn't go into "there are different kinds of parents or there are countless 'genders'" because not only it is not true but is has nothing to do with sex or any other kind of education.

 

By the way, it is not the job of sex educators to teach inclusiveness to avoid "bullying".

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Dean Adam Smithee

If that is the case, I don't see what the big deal is. (Although, many figure out that anal sex is a "thing" all by ourselves.) I was taught that that activity is much higher risk of the spread of disease because of the exposed blood vessels. (This is also why suppositories are also a "thing".) I was taught this over 30 years ago and in a Catholic school. I think that is a pretty valuable piece of information. Of course, they didn't go into "there are different kinds of parents or there are countless 'genders'" because not only it is not true but is has nothing to do with sex or any other kind of education.

 

By the way, it is not the job of sex educators to teach inclusiveness to avoid "bullying".

 

Taught this about the same time in a Quaker school.

 

Personally, I've never seen the attraction. Yeah, I like the rear view of a curvaceous female as much as the next guy. I ADMIRE it even. But admiring it doesn't necessarily mean that I want to shove my male pieces/parts there.

 

I mean, to put it indelicately, why would I ever want to stick my dick into a place the Sh!t comes out of? Ewww, just Ewww. YES, I get that there are probably 'sensations' to be had. But there are probably ALSO sensations to be had from sticking one's dick into either a mousetrap or an electrical outlet; doesn't necessarily mean that I'm yearning to do either.

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Magic Rat

Taught this about the same time in a Quaker school.

 

Personally, I've never seen the attraction. Yeah, I like the rear view of a curvaceous female as much as the next guy. I ADMIRE it even. But admiring it doesn't necessarily mean that I want to shove my male pieces/parts there.

 

I mean, to put it indelicately, why would I ever want to stick my dick into a place the Sh!t comes out of? Ewww, just Ewww. YES, I get that there are probably 'sensations' to be had. But there are probably ALSO sensations to be had from sticking one's dick into either a mousetrap or an electrical outlet; doesn't necessarily mean that I'm yearning to do either.

I believe a free adult is entitled to his or her own kink as long as it's voluntary all around.

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scotsman

Taught this about the same time in a Quaker school.

 

Personally, I've never seen the attraction. Yeah, I like the rear view of a curvaceous female as much as the next guy. I ADMIRE it even. But admiring it doesn't necessarily mean that I want to shove my male pieces/parts there.

 

I mean, to put it indelicately, why would I ever want to stick my dick into a place the Sh!t comes out of? Ewww, just Ewww. YES, I get that there are probably 'sensations' to be had. But there are probably ALSO sensations to be had from sticking one's dick into either a mousetrap or an electrical outlet; doesn't necessarily mean that I'm yearning to do either.

 

The problem is porn. In porn films, anal sex looks great, but these actresses all have a colonic or whatever before the scene. Your average bloke forgets this.

 

If you are going to enjoy a bit of the 'bumlove', have a 'tip-out' first. :D

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Dean Adam Smithee

The problem is porn. In porn films, anal sex looks great, but these actresses all have a colonic or whatever before the scene. Your average bloke forgets this.

 

If you are going to enjoy a bit of the 'bumlove', have a 'tip-out' first. :D

 

Thanks, but, WAY more than I ever needed to know.

 

Though it DOES bring a whole new meaning to "Getting the Bum's Rush" LOL

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I mean, to put it indelicately, why would I ever want to stick my dick into a place the Sh!t comes out of? Ewww, just Ewww. YES, I get that there are probably 'sensations' to be had. But there are probably ALSO sensations to be had from sticking one's dick into either a mousetrap or an electrical outlet; doesn't necessarily mean that I'm yearning to do either.

This10.

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