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Sex education should be taught in schools because it teaches students about safe-sex practices, the risk of pregnancy, and the consequences of sexually transmitted diseases (STD's). I. Schools should have sex education that includes safe-sex practices as part of their curriculum because it engages students in the prevention of other problems that could result in unsafe sex practices. a. Students should be taught about how to use condoms and birth control to prevent STD’s and pregnancy. 1. Teens, both heterosexual and homosexual need to learn the importance of contraceptives and condoms. 2. Although condoms don’t protect against all STD’s, they do help to prevent some and also to help in the prevention of teenage pregnancy. b. Safe sex practices should be taught as a basic type of curriculum, just like math and grammar classes. This education can help to prepare students with the knowledge of consequences and risks of unprotected and underage sex. 1.
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2010 for the course COM 220 COM/220 taught by Professor Jackblack during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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