If you ever get the chance of becoming sex ed teacher, what's the most important thing you'd teach your students?

Contraceptives are EXTREMELY important. especially when some dumb states are banning abortion. imagine the crowd because of foolishness and recklessness.

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  • If it's directed to mid-late teens, I would put a lot of effort in expanding the sex ed to "relationship ed" too with some extra hours with the assistance of a psychologist, as I feel it's an extremely lacking area of our society (relationship skills in general, communication skills, recognizing abusive situations from partners, managing online communication problems and taking responsibilities of your own actions, phases of a relationship and when it's wise to marry, the dark sides of dating apps and self esteem, ghosting, etc).
    Psychological, emotional traumas can seriously harm our ability to have a decent love life later, or even our body, over excessive stress. I really think young people must get tools, hints, about the relationship side too, not just sex. And because sex is generally strictly tied with a relationship, a crush, dating etc, it shouldn't be treated as separated.

    Not overlooking any other aspect of sex-ed, of course! Other users given many valid points about that, but sex-ed generally covers most of them already (or at least the one I had at school did, in EU).

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  • just go through this web site and look at the questions that are asked over and over again by 30 year old guys who have never kissed a girl

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  • Don’t be ashamed of masturbation. It’s nothing embarrassing about it. We all want to pleasure ourselves. Girls - you use penis shaped dildos and other sex toys to pleasure yourselves. Don’t be ashamed of them. Guys you use pocket vaginas and lube. Don’t be ashamed of them. Now we’re really going to get over this embarrassment of saying our body parts. Guys. Say vagina. Girls say penis. Now everybody say Penis. Everyone that means you two in the back. Very good. Now everyone say vagina. Very good. Now say masturbate. Very good. How do we all feel? Not embarrassed anymore? Great. Now I want each of you to stand up and say if you masturbate or not. No one is going to judge you. Ok so most of you masturbate. That’s great. Some of you don’t. Why is that? Religion. Ok and what else? Ashamed to try it. Well don’t be. I highly encourage you to masturbate at home. Girls, don’t be ashamed, get some lube and rub your clitoris. Boys, get some lube and rub your penis. Just remember to do this in a private space in your home and lock your door.

  • The most important? To talk about sex with each other. Not just about consent (though that's hugely important) but about likes and dislikes and fantasies and "I want to try that" and "that makes me uncomfortable" and that the conversations should continue after sex.

    This is on top of:

    • do sex when you're ready
    • try new things
    • okay to not try what you're not mentally ready for
    • guys are like microwaves/girls are like ovens
    • Birth control is the responsibility of both guys and girls
    • STIs are real; get tested and protect against
    • Real life real sex is not porn
    • Size doesn't matter; learn how to use what you have
    • You only get good at sports and musical instruments through practice -- same with sex. Do not expect to be varsity your first time
    • It's okay for girls to feel pleasure

    And so much more.

    • Thanks for MHO!

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  • They have a future and they don't need to do everything today. I'm into the idea of combining physical education with sexual education and making them do a lot of push-ups and pull-ups and pushing them to their limits and beyond. Don't do sex with each other, do more push-ups!

    Seek to get married! Be more responsible! Get a job before you screw a girl! You, you have a job? No? Get a job before you screw any girls!

  • I would teach sexual morality and ethics.

    • Very important

  • Condoms Prevent Minivans!

  • I wouldn’t groom them or promote degeneracy onto them.

    I would teach them the dangers of sleeping around. STD’s. STI’s. The risk of pregnancy.

    Thst a human fetus is alive and that only cowards abort their children or run off and refuse to pay child support.

    That your choices in life has consequences. Sex is for procreation and for pleasure and to express love between a husband and a wife.

  • Wear condoms and use birth control

  • Clean yourself very throughly before sex. People smell.

    STD is real. Use protection always until you are tested. Planted parenthood do for free.

    Careful of pregnancy. Use protection and pills.

    If a girl is going without protection then the guy should be snipped or they want a baby.

  • Consent.

  • Birth control and STDs. It's not all fun and games.

  • Apart from teaching how to protect yourself against STD and pregnancies, I'd teach them how important it is not to be selfish and to satisfy your partner, too.

    Having manners is important.

    • That's true

    • Sex ed shouldn't be limited to only protection. It is more than that.

    • Of course

  • That my wife @anon1903 is better than all their girlfriends in the bed.

  • Contraceptives
    Consent
    And learning to listen to their bodies, if their bodies are telling them something feels wrong or doesn't feel right, listen to it.

  • no oral sex for the guy unless she gets oral sex first. no fucking until she's cum a few times.

  • I'd teach them about safe sex

  • Not sure.

    ⚠️To what we are heading:

    1. Let's stop reproducing because we are destroying the planet x every baby born.

    2. Eugenetic is the way. We can't afford human anormalities.

    3. Selective mating. Let the state or corporations, decide who gets to freeze their sperm or egg.

    4. Stop gender ideology. It confuse society.

    5. Stop racial equality. Some races are inferior.

  • Wear condoms

  • Probably what the class is actually intended for SEX! I would teach them what they need to know about sex and what they want to know about sex and not beat around the bush and turn it into some sort of health class that just ends up teaching them about eating healthy and fitness, like is most common with those classes. That is why sexual topics have become such an issue now because it has been played off too much and kids don't get the teaching that they NEED only what they want and what they hear because people are too afraid or embarrassed to actually teach it properly.

  • Bring in young teen moms. Have them tell their stories of reckless sexual behavior. Abstinence.

  • How to please the instructor?

  • Consent, contraceptives, sti/stds, false myths (dispell things like pulling out being effective, her being wet meaning she must be horny, etc.)

  • safe sex

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