@@sex education Sex education was originally sold as a means to reduce sexual activity and teen pregnancy, but since if anything, sexual activity had increased since it was introduced in the 1960s, it has now been justified as literally teaching teens how to have and enjoy sex of various kinds. Most schools allow parents to opt out their students. @@CDC Centers for Disease Control CDC "Programs that Work are outlandish experiments that encourage sexual activity. @@Disney Review of Disney sex ed videos @@Gay Sex ed ususally omits the wilder side of gay sex, and that's probably good, but not good enough for some folks. %%Critical Americans for Truth, conservative group critical of "gay agenda" in public education. http://www.americansfortruth.org/ GAY LESBIAN SEX ED z41\clip\2000\05\gaysexed.txt http://www.americansfortruth.com/glsen_affidav_final3.htm "After the chalk *agina was complete, the children remarked on the size of the “*lit,” and the presenters stated that that was a gifted woman. Then, Margot Abels informed all of the young girls that indeed, you can rub your “*litori” together, either with or without clothes, and “you can definitely *rgasm from it.” " @@Organization Sex Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS) zip37\clip\99\18\siecus.txt Porno, part of a well-rounded education By Judith Reisman, Ph.D., and Eunice Van Winkle Ray © 1999 WorldNetDaily.com ""Playboy Foundation provide(d) the first of several major grants to The Sex Information and Education Council of the United States " O'CONNOR: SEX ED NOT MEANT TO REDUCE RATE OF SEXUAL ACTIVITY @@purpose \doc\web\97\03\whysex.txt From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Robert O'Connor) email@example.com wrote: I don't have a clipping, but recall that this is a common response to the charge that sex ed didn't reduce the rate of sexual activity. (that it was never a goal in the first place) robotc: That's right. Sex education wasn't designed to promote anything, in- cluding celebacy. It was meant to teach the facts about sex to child- ren and adolscents, rather than leaving them with incomplete information \priv\96b\04\sexed.txt Date: Tue, 25 Jun 1996 01:41:53 -0400 From: NewsHound@sjmercury.com (NewsHound) SEX:WA national By Susan Fernandez Knight-Ridder Newspapers 3/4 of students said they knew how to get pregnant, but not about choices or contraception. @@textbook Girl Thing 4th grade sex ed book explains maturbation, orgasm, planned parenthood phone number.