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#21 King Nothing

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Posted 31 August 2009 - 10:21 PM

I think we need this very much most especially in the public school.

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Posted 02 September 2009 - 02:02 AM

walang masamang i-turo ito, lalo na't dito may kulang na kulang na kaalaman ang mga tao dito satin. dapat lang siguro maging maingat sa pagtalakay ng mga ganitong aspeto.

#23 hugh hefner

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Posted 04 November 2009 - 04:16 PM

walang masamang i-turo ito, lalo na't dito may kulang na kulang na kaalaman ang mga tao dito satin. dapat lang siguro maging maingat sa pagtalakay ng mga ganitong aspeto.



Tama po sir. Dapat pagaralan mabuti kung papano ito ituturo sa mga kabataan na hindi bastos at walang malisya. Sa edad ng mga kabataan ngayon ay mapupusok ang mga iyan. Isama din dapat sa pagturo ang family planning.

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Posted 16 January 2010 - 10:13 PM

Sex Ed in the Philippines is long overdue. And sad to say, it's going to be this way unless our next president has the balls to go against the Church.

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Posted 11 March 2010 - 09:01 PM

Gawin nating gueriila style! Since madalas naman tayo natututo ng sex sa peers natin, we should take children who are likely to teach and tell and train them wisely.

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Posted 11 March 2010 - 11:49 PM

nung grade 6 ako, the school nurse gave a lecture about sex. parang sex ed crash course. haha. after the lecture, most of us were joking na ang bastos pala ng nurse. haha. but seriously, i dont think there would be anything objectionable with sex ed if done properly.

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Posted 12 March 2010 - 12:30 PM

i've always believed that knowledge is power. ignorance is bliss only when you consciously make that choice not to know, but for the inquisitive and curious mind that wants to know, suppression only fosters the desire further, and skirting around the issue only contributes to more misconceptions and confusion.

i think sex education should be taught in school. i learned about the birds and the bees from a combination of so many things, but this was never brought up with me within my own family, and definitely not from my catholic all-girls school. and while i think i've learned enough, i still believe discussing it from different angles and perspectives would help young people make better choices.

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Posted 02 April 2010 - 03:46 AM

i've always believed that knowledge is power. ignorance is bliss only when you consciously make that choice not to know, but for the inquisitive and curious mind that wants to know, suppression only fosters the desire further, and skirting around the issue only contributes to more misconceptions and confusion.

i think sex education should be taught in school. i learned about the birds and the bees from a combination of so many things, but this was never brought up with me within my own family, and definitely not from my catholic all-girls school. and while i think i've learned enough, i still believe discussing it from different angles and perspectives would help young people make better choices.


How I wish na one day kumalat sa mga paaralan ang mga actual footage ng withrawal, using condom, mga iniinom na pills pati pagpapaabort.

Yes ignorance is a bliss. Madaming nag iisip ng madali lang mag paabort. Pero hindi ganun kadali un. may nakakaranas ng permanent damage like strong menstruation.

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Posted 17 April 2010 - 05:23 PM

i believe we do need sex ed in elementary to make the young one aware of the consequences if it is handled incorrectly......

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Posted 19 April 2010 - 03:30 PM

We need to have sex ed as early as prep. this would build a good foundation of sex roles and gender identity among our children

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Posted 27 April 2010 - 06:50 PM

Ako, personally, wala akong objection sa sex education per se. Despite the objections of certain sectors, I don't see anything wrong with the topic of sex and sexuality. If ever, it would help foster the correct attitude about sex in general.

Ang worry ko lang ay kung ituturo ba ng tama at ng maayos ng mga teachers ang sex education, given the kind of teachers we have especially in the public schools. Lalo na kung ang teacher ay sobrang conservative or masyadong tini-trivialize ang sex. Kung ganon din lang ang klase ng paghawak nila ng sex education, e di mabuti pang ako na lang ang magbigay nun sa mga magiging anak ko.

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Posted 09 May 2010 - 02:41 PM

Ako, personally, wala akong objection sa sex education per se. Despite the objections of certain sectors, I don't see anything wrong with the topic of sex and sexuality. If ever, it would help foster the correct attitude about sex in general.

Ang worry ko lang ay kung ituturo ba ng tama at ng maayos ng mga teachers ang sex education, given the kind of teachers we have especially in the public schools. Lalo na kung ang teacher ay sobrang conservative or masyadong tini-trivialize ang sex. Kung ganon din lang ang klase ng paghawak nila ng sex education, e di mabuti pang ako na lang ang magbigay nun sa mga magiging anak ko.


Some knowledge is better than no knowledge at all. As long as ituturo nila ang safe sex and methods of contraception pwede na yun ipasok na nila lahat ng philosophy at religion na gusto nila basta matuto ang mga bata na proktektahan ang sarili nila sa sakit at di inaasahang pagkakabuntis. Nakakaawa na kasi yung mga nakikita ko na minor de edad na nabubuntis eh.

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Posted 05 June 2010 - 05:01 PM

Talagang way behind tayo. Proof: Pinag-uusapan pa rin kung dapat o hindi dapat ituro ang sex education. Blame CBCP.

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Posted 06 June 2010 - 09:16 PM

I think we should all have an open mind regarding this matter. We're still taken aback by how our society was restructured by the West. It actually was a light matter for our early Filipino ancestors.

The truth is sex does and will happen. It would be better if we find a way to teach it properly to the youngsters than have them experimenting on their own. LoL. Seriously now, with the alarming rates of pregnant teens or HIV victims, this is a must.

Prevention is better than the cure.

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Posted 07 June 2010 - 05:10 PM

Sex Ed will have its benefits, as long as students see it correctly.

Sex Ed in kindergarden? How do you explain that to kids?

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Posted 09 June 2010 - 11:17 AM

@waterfreak: Start by setting the tone for later years. That sex is not a taboo question. Sex is normal and it is not inherently bad. And sex is a beautiful thing between people who love each other. And perhaps some safety lessons against child abuse.

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Posted 15 June 2010 - 09:26 PM

we, the younger gen is more open to such topic but conservatism still exist in RP especially among the bracket of 40 above kaya malabong i implement ito sa mga schools.

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Posted 16 June 2010 - 02:07 PM

while we are all debating about this sex ed, kids in US and Japan are being taught on the basic mechanics of engineering and robotics.

too much bullshits in our education system. While at college, instead of putting my concentration on the subjects that matters most, like major subjects, math and english, Im frequently bothered to waste much needed time doing homeworks for philosophy and phil. literature as an archi student. So much contrast on what some noted technical schools are doing.

seriously, dont we have too much sex topics in our daily lives? do we all need to specialize on it to become the next Paloma or Asia Agcaoili. Isnt that we are supposed to learn about sex the way we learn to walk and eat?

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Posted 16 June 2010 - 09:49 PM

Dapat ang module ng mga teachers na magtuturo ng sex ed ay iyon video ni Hayden at Maricar. Everything you need to know about sex is there! :lol:

Edited by howarddeduct, 16 June 2010 - 09:49 PM.


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Posted 17 June 2010 - 05:43 PM

malisyoso yang mga pari eh..anong masama sa sex ed? pag tinuruan ba ung mga bata ng proseso nito titira sila nang titira? in the first place nde intrinsically sinful ang sex talagang praning ung simbahan kaya maraming deprived na pari




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