acsguitar wrote:Omaha Red Sox wrote:acsguitar wrote:I don't see how education about contraceptives and protection promotes sexual behavior.
Would the practice of gun safety promote the use of guns?
Would the practice of drinking safely promote drinking?
Would the practice of fireworks safety promote the use of fireworks?
Etc., etc., etc.
You cannot tell me that kids enjoy doing what they're told. They enjoy experimented with what knowledge you provide them.
Ok you don't teach gun safety to someone unless they already HAVE an interest in guns.
If someone taught me gun safety I still wouldn't go out and buy a gun
Its not like kids don't know what sex is and we are opening a magical box of naugtiness.
Kids know what condoms and birth control are way way way before they are "taught" anything about it. Another reason it is worthless and useless.
I doubt one kid has gone to sex ed and said. Woooo condoms I didn't know about that now I can gone bone people and not worry about it.
Everyone knows about condoms.