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Puberty And Our Breasts
Ech, puberty - what an awful time! We were becoming “women” and had no idea what that meant in a sexual sense. Some of us looked more womanly than others and the sexual innuendo began. How did that feel to a 13 year old? Listen in. (4:00)
How would sex-ed help? The one girl with boobs as gonna think she's the topic of the class.
Comment by: Sam Spade
Even if there were only one girl who had developed in a class, that doesn't mean sex ed isn't always important for everybody, including her. Especially when it includes some discussion of how girls can try to handle puberty emotionally. Sex ed is clearly always, ALWAYS helpful.
Comment by: No Name
Public sex-ed is the worst moral depravity possible - and so is bad sex-ed anywhere else!
Why? Public sex-ed reduces sex to the level of promiscuity, and all the severe reality-warping of sexual identity as shown by those participating as panel members on this forum, however relevant their participation may be.
Sex, reduced to simply a common urge of animals, which human are not even close to being, becomes a liability that not even animals experience in their sexuality and sex activities.
Public sex-ed induces severe guilt in students, even though strong guilt repression is used to lessen the ill-feelings, and this leads to permanent disorders of sexual identity, self-worth issues, and worse, even though these diseases are also suppressed by those giving public sex-ed.
Puberty is a terrible time for any sex-ed, and the public version is all the more deadly, as the individual cannot adequately process all their own emotions plus the guilt issues brought on by openly degrading sex-knowledge to a public level.
The mental diseases caused by public sex-ed are well-documented, so discussing those issues is better suited elsewhere.
However, as adults, humans DO need to openly discuss sex, and sexual issues, since any society that ignores public issues deriving from private sexual issues is doomed to fail, and for many historic societies, this fact is well-documented.
Comment by: C-A
I like this
Comment by: zbla
Hey, Im 14 years old in high school, and I feel the same about sex ed, I have to learn about it at the end of the year, and I know it will be humiliating to hear that stuff from a MALE teacher, and with a class with popular football guys, and yes, my boyfriend.
It will be sooooo embarrassing, I don't even feel comfortable talking about it with my mother.
I just don't know what to do:(
Comment by: Britt
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