Skip to comments.Georgetown Study: Sex Education Should Start At Age 10
Posted on 08/16/2014 5:41:21 PM PDT by Olog-hai
How young is too young to start teaching children about sexual health?
According to a Georgetown University study, kids between 10 and 14 should be getting sex education because children at that age are susceptible to experimentation.
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Translation: Georgetown researchers like ‘em young.
So I see. Maybe they should change their name to Georgetown Madrassa?
Sex education should start very young. As parents and Christians, we have a responsibility to our children and to God to teach our kids before others (liberal schools, sexualized media in our own home, online, or at other homes and other predators who target children, and other threats) get their hands on our children. Kids need to know what to do, what not to do, and why before someone else starts indoctrinating them into the NAMBLA/democrat ways.
Susceptible to experimentation by georgetown university researchers, planned parenthood, perverted teachers, the lgbt community and sick bastards. How about they just leave their friggin hands off of our kids and experiment with their own, oh that's right queers can't reproduce naturally, so they have to use ours.
The pervs need to be driven out of the schools and media
They’re never to young to turn into sexual deviants. Right “perfesor”?
In California, the governor signed a mandate that “gay education” is to be taught starting in grade K.
The founder of this organization believed that “sex after eight is too late.”
It should start with boys are boys and girls are girls. There’s no in between or wrong packaging.
I started “experimenting” as soon as I found a willing girl. Probably around 12 or 13 years of age. I never got anyone pregnant, never contracted or transmitted an STD, never felt the need to force myself on someone etc, etc. But yet, I had plenty of perfectly safe sexual interactions long before I lost my virginity at 17. So what was it that allowed me to navigate the turbulent waters of teen sex without falling into the usual traps? It wasn’t sex ed classes, it wasn’t my parents, it certainly wasn’t my sex obsessed friends. I followed my gut and relied on common sense and a fair share of well timed restraint when necessary. And this is not just hindsight is 20/20. As a teenager I was scared to death of getting someone pregnant. You have to have a modicum of intelligence, that’s the secret. For that I have to thank my parents for combining their genes. And that my friends, is the rest ofthe story.
Better teach them how to mix a proper cocktail as well. They're just going to experiment anyway.
Besides they are close in age to becoming legal...
This comes directly from Planned Parenthood ,, they want to create the illusion that anything goes and anything can be made “safe” ,, of course these are youngsters that will not be responsible so they feed PP’s machine... It’s all about bending their minds while they’re still malleable.
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