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Sex education should, of course, entail the traditional discussion of the importance of abstinence, monogamy, and/or the use of condoms and other methods of birth control or planned parenting for protection against sexually transmitted diseases and unplanned pregnancies. It should also include condom issuance juxtapose information as to where condoms can be acquired in bulk free of charge and/or where they can be economically purchased). The course should further address the various types of sexually transmitted diseases [and the origin of those diseases, including introduction of foreign objects to the sex and other synonymous organs], as well as sexual health and hygiene, and the importance of regular doctor’s visits.

The course should also address other issues, like rape, sexual abuse, incest (and the high probability of birth defects in children who are products of incest), domestic violence, sexual harassment, sex trafficking and general prostitution… It should additionally address procedures that should be followed in the event of rape, sexual abuse (including incestuous sexual abuse), sexual harassment, forced prostitution or sex trafficking and identify school and other officials to whom such things should be reported and resources for escaping this manner of exploitation…

It should also address the pros and cons of adoption and abortion,* without encouraging either (*the only acceptable form of abortion should be administration of Mifeprex, which is utilized at up to seven weeks after conception before development of pain receptors in an embryo).

Sex and Relationships, whether as a Teen Living component or as a distinctive class that would supersede traditional sex education courses, should entail all components of traditional sex education classes; more importantly, they should familiarize students with relationship fundamentals, in and beyond the academic setting…

The curriculum for the proposed course would specifically address relationship etiquette, i.e. appropriate establishment and maintenance of healthy relationships (from platonic to romantic and marriage), parenting skills, etc. It would also address methods of self-improvement, management of peer pressure, dealing constructively with envy or jealousy, severance of unhealthy relationships, and networking…

The course should also familiarize age-appropriate students with intimate massagers (devices, not persons) that could be utilized for health benefits and in lieu of resorting to intimate partners…

The proposed course would place emphasis on the importance of education, academic and moral excellence, and work ethics, and would ultimately demonstrate the nexus between sexual and emotional health and balanced relationships.

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