Sex Education And Sexual Education

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According to U.S center for disease control and prevention, last year only 34 out of 1,000 teen females gave birth which it the lowest since 1946. The reason behind this decline is comprehensive sex education taught in schools. One the other hand, the opponents believe that the reason for this decline is the sex education classes that teach about not having sex. Even when most schools are teaching abstinences only sex education about sixty-six percent of high school students says they are sexually active. Which concludes that the abstinences only sex education is not working and is not the proper way of teaching sex education in schools. Not teaching proper sex education may result in teen pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases. According to, Center of disease control and prevention, last year, 26% people diagnosed with HIV were teens aged thirteen to nineteen. Even though supports of abstinences only sex education have a delusional thinking that comprehensive sex education will increase students to have sex more often, it should still be taught in schools as research show it declines teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted disease in teens. The survey done by Centers of disease control concludes that nearly about 10 million sexually transmitted disease are contracted every year in the U.S.
Even though there is some decline the teen pregnancy over time, last year 273,105 babies were born to females aged thirteen to nineteen. There are many consequences of giving birth
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