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Vincent
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sexual education

hello for everybody! Today I would like to speak on the topic of sex education in schools. Each person, in this respect, of course, my opinion. Many countries have already taught the discipline of sex education, but my country still remains an opens question, and, in my opinion, thank God.
The first country in the world, which was to teach lessons on sex education became Sweden. The subject of "Sexuality and personal relationships" became mandatory in 1955. Since 11 years, schoolchildren were taught the relationship between men and women, both in personal and sexual terms. In Japan, sex education lessons begin as early as 3 - 4 class. In Germany, the discipline called "Admissibility of sexual diversity" have decided to enter into the plan of training students in this year, but, to my knowledge, most of the parents of German students opposed the recent government initiatives.
In France, all children are taught that men in dresses it is normal that they are people just like everyone else. Principals and teachers are invited gays even, so to speak, to educate children, there may be such a family as a mom + dad + mom and dad.
I think its good, and what do you think about it? Share your opinios with us.

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Vincent
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Distribution of sex education especially in schools is not an easy task: it often runs into resistance, based usually on the fears and misconceptions about sexual education. We hope that these standards will play a positive role in the promotion of sexual education in the country or expand existing training programs in order to achieve a holistic sex education. The need for sex education is the result of various phenomena of recent decades. These include globalization and the migration of population groups with different cultural and religious traditions.

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Barboro
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The rapid spread of new media, particularly the Internet and cellular technologies, the emergence and spread of HIV / AIDS, the growing concern about sexual abuse of children and adolescents and, just as importantly, the changing attitudes toward sexuality and changes in sexual behavior of young people. This new course of events requires effective strategies to help young people handle their sexuality in a safe and satisfying way. Formal sex education offers the possibility of including a large part of the target group. I think that sex education can be very useful for the entire population.

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Vincent
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European standards can also be a valuable tool for both more developed and less developed countries outside Europe. Many of these countries are turning their gaze to Europe, in particular, as a valuable source of knowledge, and many European governments and non-governmental organizations directly support these countries in the development of sex education. I am sure that absolutely all countries of the world must take into account this factor. People need to know about sex as much as possible. This will help to solve many problems.

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Frank
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sexual education

In the process of growing children and adolescents gradually accumulate knowledge, form submission, values, attitudes and skills in relation to the human body, intimate relationships and sexuality. For this purpose, they use different sources of information. The most important of them, especially in the earlier stages of development - informal sources, including parents, who play a major role in early childhood. The role of professionals (health workers, teachers, social workers and psychologists), as a rule, this process is negligible; this is due to the fact that professional help is resorted to only when there is a problem situation, to assist in the resolution of which can only be a specialist.

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Milton
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The growing in Western culture, emphasis on the prevention of problems, which is also increasingly affecting the intimate sphere and human sexuality, gave the impetus for a more active involvement of experts in this area. A large part of education on sexuality issues, without going involvement of experts; however, they play an important role in this process. Undoubtedly, formal education hardly "forms" of human sexuality, and the role of teachers, sexologists are generally reduced to the resolution and prevention of problems (such as unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections by - STI).

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Johnson
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The emphasis on the problems and risks are not always the curiosity, interests, needs and experience accumulated by the youth and therefore does not have the proper effect on their behavior. This in turn requires the development of a more positive approach, which will be not only more effective but also more realistic. Therefore, the development of sex education in some ways resembles a set of attempts to try on the need for additional, professional and on prevention-oriented role of sex education, with the requirement to be relevant, effective, affordable.

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Ismual
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Youth needs in formal and informal sex education. It must be stressed that young people need both formal and informal sex education. Both types of education should not be opposed; they complement each other. On the one hand, to develop their sexual identity to young people need love, space and support in their daily social environment and, on the other hand, they also need to acquire specific knowledge, attitudes and skills, in the process of acquisition of which play an important role specialists. I think we should take care of the younger generation.

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Ivaniko
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School for young people is the main source of specialized information and education, as well as books, brochures, leaflets and CD-ROMs, educational websites, educational radio and television programs and campaigns, and finally, institutions that provide (medical) services. The introduction of sex education in schools in Western Europe largely coincided with the development and wide spread of modern and reliable methods of contraception, namely, birth control pills, as well as the legalization of abortion in most countries.

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Alfronto
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First of all, it should be noted that the importance of sexual education for young people unanimously recognized by only a few European countries. The essential role played by political factors here. In countries such as Denmark and the Netherlands, sex education is accepted and supported by the general public, while in the Czech Republic, Germany, Ireland, Poland, Italy and others. It is an active opposition, especially from religious groups. It often happens that the sexual education in different ways are people from different parts of the same country, big cities and rural areas. Until now, sexual education is not compulsory in all the countries of Europe.

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Gongorini
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To indicate sex education courses use different names in different countries (of which there are differences in the content) - from preparation for family life or teaching life skills to learning the basics of the relationship, including that between the sexes. For example. The interdisciplinary approach, where sexuality education is integrated into the program of several school subjects in different classes. This is a rare case for the European example is France or Portugal, where the basics of sex education taught in biology courses, geography, philosophy, religion.

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