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Sex Education in Public Kindergarten Classes
Posted 5/22/09

cerisey wrote:

^ Lol, I don't think they're gonna be having sex any earlier, it's an urge that only really comes about during puberty, and surely if they're teaching it earlier it's to teach them safe sex, or not to have it at all (at least, I'd hope so)/
Still, I don't think kindergarten is a place for actual intercourse to be taught, at this age they're still finding out the opposite sex has different body parts XD I guess if they're teaching them that, and teaching why we in society should cover up these parts in public, then that's fine.

All of that relates to se, so it really depends what, specifically, they're teaching. I agree with teaching about different body parts, why you should cover them up in public, and even about 'bad touching', but not so far as to explain what sex is and the purpose of it. I think that's a bit much at such a young age, and even teenagers aren't mature enough to handle it sometimes (though it needs to be told then, for sure).


yes. i suppose i was more reffering to the curious children .
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Posted 5/22/09
That is freakishly young. Just say "no" to sex education, kids. Somewhere between the ages of 12-15 is more like it.
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Posted 5/23/09
Kindergarten is too early, make it either the last year of elementary or highschool.
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Posted 5/23/09
Ha. I remember when my cousin was little, she asked me how babies were made. So I answered her. Hence she learned of the birds and the bees. Her immediate response was, "That's so gross, people do that?" Kids at that age still think the other gender has cooties. I'd lose all faith in humanity if they were all busy sexing each other up during nap time or something.

My aunt and I agreed that she definitely preferred someone in the family, if not herself, to tell my cousin instead of some random teacher who she knows nothing about. I'm definitely saying no to this. Parents need to stop being such brats and grow up. Talk to your kids people! Television and school can't teach them everything you know. Also not every child is ready to learn this information at that age. My cousin happened to be, but that doesn't mean all kids are. Some would be better off learning when they're older. It's up to the parents to know when their child is ready for 'the talk'.
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Posted 5/23/09
~Kindergarten is quite early. Kids at that level are probably still learning the basics of Math, the alphabet and other basic stuff. Sex- ed should not be taught that early. Their minds are still innocent about that topic. Well maybe there are some kindergarten kids that are already aware of those things which resulted in sexual awareness in their teenage years. As you all know, there are a lot of problems teenagers face involving sex. Like premarital sex, which could result in teenage marriage. Sex-ed might be good to teach but only if taught at the right time.
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Posted 5/23/09

Jayna wrote:

Ha. I remember when my cousin was little, she asked me how babies were made. So I answered her. Hence she learned of the birds and the bees. Her immediate response was, "That's so gross, people do that?" Kids at that age still think the other gender has cooties. I'd lose all faith in humanity if they were all busy sexing each other up during nap time or something.

My aunt and I agreed that she definitely preferred someone in the family, if not herself, to tell my cousin instead of some random teacher who she knows nothing about. I'm definitely saying no to this. Parents need to stop being such brats and grow up. Talk to your kids people! Television and school can't teach them everything you know. Also not every child is ready to learn this information at that age. My cousin happened to be, but that doesn't mean all kids are. Some would be better off learning when they're older. It's up to the parents to know when their child is ready for 'the talk'.


Ma'am, this is why censorship has started to exist in this country. Parents are too lazy to do this shit.........if you wanna stop ur child from doing something far beyond them, talk to them about it. For instance, teach your kids what cuss words are BEFORE they learn them from their friends or some other random ass places outside of your household. Same goes with "the birds and the bees"

Honestly, censorship in this country wouldn't have existed if parents weren't such lame ass pussies to these scenarios.
Posted 5/25/09
Even if it's discussed they won't understand it anyway..But they will be aware not to commit Teenage Pregnancy.
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Posted 5/25/09
they need to chill
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