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The Sex Education Class

This class was started to educate the pupils of Love Academy in the basic information everyone needs to know.

Another reason why this class was started was to provide some basic advice and common sense when it comes to sexual relations.




Sex education is a broad term used to describe education about human sexual anatomy, sexual reproduction, sexual intercourse, reproductive health, emotional relations, reproductive rights and responsibilities, contraception, and other aspects of human sexual behavior.


The Course covers:

1. Human Sexual Anatomy
2. Sexual Reproduction
3. Sexual Intercourse
4. Reproductive Health
5. Emotional Relations
6. Reproductive Rights and Responsibilities
7. Contraception
8. Human Sexual Behavior


Your Professors for this class are: Morwien, Sorelin, private_detective
Your substitute teachers are: alexya4u


*Looking for one more SE professor

Students: (20) 15 years and older only.

1. -MAeMiE-
2. strongman
3. kokoro192
4. sharonTamahome
5. mimi9516
6. Ryoma90
7. lys46
8. ayase14
9. Ryoma90
10.yamaru-chan
11.mallia
12.HaruhiSuzumiya2585
13.princesslovekawaii17
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Note to Professors and moderators: Please ensure the students' age before accepting them into class.
Posted 4/2/08
nice! ^^ hehe... wers the students ahehehe... ^^
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Posted 4/2/08
*whispers to both professors: Is this the right name for the subject? I was just wondering.
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Posted 4/2/08
hey teachers...when u;ll be starting the first lesson...hmmm i wanna learn more about...u know what..hehe
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Hahaha, I can change the title- hmmm... is that more suitable?

*Edit* It's already been done... Lmao
Posted 4/5/08
Sex Education

Sex education, which is sometimes called sexuality education or sex and relationships education, is the process of acquiring information and forming attitudes and beliefs about sex, sexual identity, relationships and intimacy. Sex education is also about developing young people's skills so that they make informed choices about their behaviour, and feel confident and competent about acting on these choices. It is widely accepted that young people have a right to sex education, partly because it is a means by which they are helped to protect themselves against abuse, exploitation, unintended pregnancies, sexually transmitted diseases and HIV/AIDS.

What are the aims of sex education?

Sex education seeks both to reduce the risks of potentially negative outcomes from sexual behaviour like unwanted or unplanned pregnancies and infection with sexually transmitted diseases, and to enhance the quality of relationships. It is also about developing young people's ability to make decisions over their entire lifetime. Sex education that works, by which we mean that it is effective, is sex education that contributes to this overall aim.

What skills should sex education develop?

If sex education is going to be effective it needs to include opportunities for young people to develop skills, as it can hard for them to act on the basis of only having information.6 7 The kinds of skills young people develop as part of sex education are linked to more general life-skills. For example, being able to communicate, listen, negotiate, ask for and identify sources of help and advice, are useful life-skills and can be applied in terms of sexual relationships. Effective sex education develops young people's skills in negotiation, decision-making, assertion and listening. Other important skills include being able to recognise pressures from other people and to resist them, deal with and challenge prejudice, seek help from adults - including parents, carers and professionals - through the family, community and health and welfare services. Sex education that works, also helps equip young people with the skills to be able to differentiate between accurate and inaccurate information, discuss a range of moral and social issues and perspectives on sex and sexuality, including different cultural attitudes and sensitive issues like sexuality, abortion and contraception.

When should sex education start?

Sex education that works starts early, before young people reach puberty, and before they have developed established patterns of behaviour.15 16 17 The precise age at which information should be provided depends on the physical, emotional and intellectual development of the young people as well as their level of understanding. What is covered and also how, depends on who is providing the sex education, when they are providing it, and in what context, as well as what the individual young person wants to know about.
Posted 4/5/08
wow! can i be student no.1?
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Posted 4/10/08
Yup course you can
Posted 4/15/08
yay! im in this class alredi! hehehe...

Teacher Moon is awesome! The BEAST!!!!
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Posted 5/1/08
why am i here? lmao. i know everything about sex alreay.
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Posted 5/1/08
lmao..now that i think better me too..lmao
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Posted 6/4/08
hey prof,

i'm kokoro192 a.k.a. chelsie.. ur new student..
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Posted 6/12/08
new student here!hello!this sounds like fun
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Posted 6/21/08
Although this is sex education ,I see you don't talk too much about sex.
Here is a question:Can any of you recommend me an awesome position to try?
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