I don't have a problem with sex ed in the schools so long as it's biologically and factually based. When it crosses into "this is right and this is wrong", that's where I draw the line.Xero said:Dadu - Do you disagree? I just think it should exist for the kids who have parents that don't care enough to talk with them about it like we would, and I don't feel like I'd want to speak on all of their behalfs by saying it shouldn't be taught, you know? So I'm kind of in the middle.
would agree except when dealing with abuse. I think it is vital for kids to know that an adult cant "fool around" with them & this needs to be in the curriculumDadu2004 said:I don't have a problem with sex ed in the schools so long as it's biologically and factually based. When it crosses into "this is right and this is wrong", that's where I draw the line.
actually this is how it's done at my daughter's school only they start in 1st grade. I was upset at first because I didn't want them discussing such things with my daughter but they held a meeting and showed us all the materials and told us exactly what was going to said. I felt a little better about it after that. I think it's OK to reenforce how important it is to tell someone they trust if there's any "bad touching" going on. We did get to choose whether or not we wanted our children to attendAunt said:I thin It should begin i n kindergarten with boys have a penis & girls hsve a vagina sort of stuff as well as a talk on "good touching and bad touching" & then progress throughout the years. It should be as normal and uncontroversial a part of the curriculum as any other subject. Mom 2 many the tea that your kids school hosts sounds like a good idea.