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Should the state change how sex education is taught in Ohio?
Comment: http://www.erinmerryn.net/erins-law.html Specifically, this law should be passed in Ohio. from Lyndhurst, Ohio by Lisa
Comment: Sex education should not be up to our schools, what do we have parents for?? Our government and our schools are not here to teach kids something parents should!! The big problem is what they are allowed to see and play on t.v. and video games, all they are is violence and sex. The problem begins with the parents allowing this activity to happen. If tighter guidelines were put on kids by the parents this problem would not exist. from Springfield by Jeff
Comment: Sex ed was dropped on us all at once in 8th grade and the explanation we basically received was very minimal. To the extent of if you have intercourse [at that age we didn't really know what that was] you WILL get pregnant and YOU WILL get STD'S with every interaction. And by the way this is how a baby is made and we watched a recording of a real birth. There was no explanation of protection or birth control options. Also we weren't taught about homosexuality at all and I graduated at the beginning of this new millennium. I feel as though Sex Ed should be taught as something that should be embraced. Not embarrassed of or ashamed. Certain things should be explained at certain ages. For instance... 5th grade should be the start of explaining puberty and boys and girls should be separated and explained the body changes. 8th grade touch lightly on intercourse by explaining child birth. 9th grade go slightly more in depth about intercourse and the prevention of pregnancy and STD's. Options for both females and males about individual protection and how to talk to parents. And drop all barriers about speaking to parents about the choice to have intercourse. It just all needs to be explained as an open topic to parents because everyone wants to give their children personal advice and choices. from Troy/OH by Car
Comment: We are teaching children that they may have been an accident? Why not teach morality, responsibility of our actions and God? from Russia,oh by Lynn
Comment: Where are the parents?Shouldn't that be their responsibility If we let the liberal schools teach them. The only thing they will learn is about how homosexuality is okay and it's okay to be transgender and boys using girls restrooms and vice versa.Then they want 13 year old girls to be able to get the morning after pill without parental consent.Wake up people.Then you wonder why the moral decay of America is happening.The leftist agenda at work from still rolling over in my grave by Silence Dogood
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