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How young is too young for sex ed?


England announces plans to teach sex ed in primary schools.


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"We are going to think more closely about the differences between females and males, ok?"

 

An Introduction to Sex and Relationships, Age 7.

 

"Women have er ..boobs and boys don't." "Right"

 

Reproduction, puberty and intercourse will be discussed by the time these pupils leave the school." Children are going through puberty really early on, and if you are not aware, if you haven’t been taught at home, or at school, and things start happening, then where’d you go?"

 

Their parents are kept informed but some still question when the teaching should start? "I think it's too young for them to know because she was asking me a lot of questions and, reproductive, such as what is this and that. It was too much for me to answer."

 

Age clearly is an issue according to a UK-wide poll for the BBC, which found that the vast majority of people believed sex and relationship lessons should be compulsory in school, but of those almost two thirds thought the earliest they should start is age 11.

 

Most people have learnt about the basics of sex from the science curriculum, but when it comes to more controversial aspects like same-sex relationships, contraception, abortion, it has been much more of a gray area. Up until now, schools have been encouraged to tackle these issues but not compelled to.

 

"Yeah, it's hand, listen up, thank you. Look in this way."

 

At this secondary school, pupils say such lessons are vital.

 

"If we didn't have these lessons we wouldn’t know anything about abortions, or STIs or any of these, 'cause my parents don't know anything about that."

 

"When you talk with your parents, it just feels as, like uncomfortable, you should, 'cause that’s why people do it in my lesson, cause’ you’re with your friends."

 

In England, government minister see the sex and relationship lessons as a way to cut the UK's high teen-pregnancy rate and spread of sexually-transmitted infections. But there are fears parents may be left without a say, over how schools deal with highly sensitive issues.

 

"You are removing this pressure from schools, you’re undermining parents, and effectively what you are doing is taking parents out of the driving seat, and putting the state in their place."

 

The government has said parents' values and the ethos of the school will be taken into account when deciding exactly how the facts of life will be taught.

 

Sarah Campbell, BBC News.

 

 

Note:

 

STI: Sexually Transmitted Infection

 

 

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 "We are going to think more close about the differences between females and males, ok?"
 An introduction to sex and relationships, age 7.
 "Women have boobs and boys don't."
 Reproduction, // and intercourse will be discussed by the time these pupils leave the school.
 "Should know going to repeat this really really are, and if you are away, they have to // at home, or at school, and things are happening, then where will you go?"
 Their parents // but some still question when the teaching should start?
 "I think it's too young for them to learn because she was asking me a lot of questions, reproduction, what is //, it was too much for me to answer."
 Age really is an issue according to a UK wide poll of the BBC, which found the vast majority of people believe sex and relationship lessons should be compulsory in school, but of those almost two thirds // earliest should start is age 11.
 Most people who have learnt about the basics of sex from science curriculum, but when it comes to more controversial aspects like same sex relationships, contraception, abortion, it has been a much more of grey area. Up untill now, schools have been encouraged to tackle these issues but not compelled to.
 "Yeah, it's time, listen up, thank you. Looking this way."
 At this secondary school, people say such lessons are vital.
 "If we don't have these lessons we don't know anything about abortions, //, anyway, 'cause my parents don't know anything about that."
 "Bring it over to your parents, it just feels uncomfortable, 'cause five people doing that I think // friends."
 In England government ministers see the sex and relationship lessons as a way to cut the UK's high teen-pregnancy rate and spread of sex-transmitted infections. But there are a few parents maybe left without to say, over how schools deal with highly sensitive issues?
 "You are removing these questions from school // around many parents, in fact what you are doing is taking parents out of the driving seat, and putting the state in that place."
 The government has said parents values and the of the school will be taking into account when deciding exactly how the facts of life will be tought. Sarah Campel, BBC News.

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"We are going to think more close about the differences between females and males, ok?"
 An introduction to sex and relationships, age 7.
 "Women have boobs and boys don't."
”Why”
 Reproduction, puberty, and intercourse will be discussed by the time these pupils leave the school.
 "Should know going to repeat this really really are, and if you are away, they have to // at home, or at school, and things are happening, then where
/you go?"
 Their parents
are kept informed, but some still question when the teaching should start?
 "I think it's too young for them to learn because she was asking me a lot of questions, reproduction, what is
this and that, it was too much for me to answer."
 Age really is an issue according to a UK wide poll of the BBC, which found the vast majority of people believe sex and relationship lessons should be compulsory in school, but of those almost two thirds // earliest should start is age 11.
 Most people who have learnt about the basics of sex from science curriculum, but when it comes to more controversial aspects like same sex relationships, contraception, abortion, it has been a much more of
gray area. Up until now, schools have been encouraged to tackle these issues but not compelled to.
 "Yeah, it's time, listen up, thank you. Looking this way."
 At this secondary school, people say such lessons are vital.
 "If we don't have these lessons we don't know anything about abortions, //, anyway, 'cause my parents don't know anything about that."
 "Bring it over to your parents, it just feels uncomfortable, 'cause five people doing that I think // friends."
 In England government ministers see the sex and relationship lessons as a way to cut the UK's high teen-pregnancy rate and spread of sex-transmitted infections. But there are a few parents maybe left without to say, over how schools deal with highly sensitive issues?
 "You are removing these questions from school // around many parents, in fact what you are doing is taking parents out of the driving seat, and putting the state in that place."
 The government has said parents values and the of the school will be taking into account when deciding exactly how the facts of life will be
taught. Sarah Campel, BBC News.

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"We are going to think more closely about the differences between females and males, ok?"
 An Introduction to Sex and Relationships, Age 7.
 "Women have boobs and boys don't." "Why"
 Reproduction,
puberty
and intercourse will be discussed by the time these pupils leave the school.
 "
Children are going through puberty really early on, and if you are not aware, they haven’t been to at home, or at school, and things are happening, then where’d
you go?"
 Their parents
are kept informed
but some still question when the teaching should start?
 "I think it's too young for them to learn because she was asking me a lot of questions, reproduction, what is
this and that
. It was too much for me to answer."
 Age really is an issue according to a UK
-wide poll for the BBC, which found the vast majority of people believe sex and relationship lessons should be compulsory in school, but of those almost two thirds // earliest they
should start is age 11.
 Most people who have learnt about the basics of sex from science curriculum, but when it comes to more controversial aspects like same-sex relationships, contraception, abortion, it has been much more of
a
gray area. Up until now, schools have been encouraged to tackle these issues but not compelled to.
 "Yeah, it's time, listen up, thank you. Look
in
this way."
 At this secondary school,
pupils
say such lessons are vital.
 "If we
didn't have these lessons we wouldn’t know anything about abortions, or STIs or any of these
, 'cause my parents don't know anything about that."
 "
When you talk with your parents, it just feels uncomfortable, you should 'cause that’s why people do in// lesson, cause’ you’re with your
friends."
 In England government ministers see the sex and relationship lessons as a way to cut the UK's high teen-pregnancy rate and spread of
sexually-transmitted infections. But there are fears parents may be left without a
say, over how schools deal with highly sensitive issues?
 "You are removing
this question/ from schools, you’re undermining
parents, in fact what you are doing is taking parents out of the driving seat, and putting the state in that place."
 The government has said parents values and the// of the school will be
taken into account when deciding exactly how the facts of life will be taught. Sarah Campel, BBC News.

 

On  dorisever

 

"We are going to think more closely about the differences between females and males, ok?"

 

An Introduction to Sex and Relationships, Age 7.

 

"Women have boobs and boys don't." "Right"

 

Reproduction, puberty and intercourse will be discussed by the time these pupils leave the school."Children are going through puberty really early on, and if you are not aware, they haven’t been taught at home, or at school, and things are happening, then where’d you go?"

 

Their parents are kept informed but some still questioned when the teaching should start? "I think it's too young for them to learn because she was asking me a lot of questions, reproduction, what is this and that. It was too much for me to answer."

 

H/ is an issue according to a UK-wide poll for the BBC, which found the vast majority of people believed sex and relationship lessons should be compulsory in school, but of those almost two thirds thought the earliest they should start is age 11. 


Most people who have learnt about the basics of sex from science curriculum, but when it comes to more controversial aspects like same-sex relationships, contraception, abortion, it has been much more of a gray area. Up until now, schools have been encouraged to tackle these issues but not compelled to.


"Yeah, it's time, listen up, thank you. Look in this way."


At this secondary school, pupils say such lessons are vital.

 

"If we didn't have these lessons we wouldn’t know anything about abortions, or STIs or any of these, 'cause my parents don't know anything about that."
"When you talk with your parents, it just feels I uncomfortable, you should 'cause that’s why people are doing and I listening cause’ you’re with your friends."


In England government ministers see the sex and relationship lessons as a way to cut the UK's high teen-pregnancy rate and spread of sexually-transmitted infections. But there are fears parents may be left without a say, over how schools deal with highly sensitive issues."You are removing this question/ from schools, you’re undermining parents, in fact what you are doing is taking parents out of the driving seat, and putting the state in that place."


The government has said parents values and the ethos of the school will be taken into account when deciding exactly how the facts of life will be taught.

Sarah Campel, BBC News.

小姐,别过来。因为我怕你接近了我之后,就再也无法爱上天底下其他男人。。。

一个疑问

"Women have boobs and boys don't."

 

这个地方应该是wombs吧

 

boob n.蠢材.蠢货

womb n.子宫

 

 


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原帖由 塔小猪 于 2008-10-29 19:42 发表 "Women have boobs and boys don't."   这个地方应该是wombs吧   boob n.蠢材.蠢货 womb n.子宫    

 

 

boobs在俚语中有胸部的意思,这里没有错。那么小的孩子居然就懂子宫了么,呵呵

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"We are going to think more closely about the differences between females and males, ok?"

 

An Introduction to Sex and Relationships, Age 7.

 

"Women have boobs and boys don't." "Right"

 

Reproduction, puberty and intercourse will be discussed by the time these pupils leave the school."Children are going through puberty really early on, and if you are not aware, they haven’t been taught at home, or at school, and things are happening, then where’d you go?"

 

Their parents are kept informed but some still questioned when the teaching should start? "I think it's too young for them to learn because she was asking me a lot of questions, reproduction, what is this and that. It was too much for me to answer."

 

Age clearly  is an issue according to a UK-wide poll for the BBC, which found the vast majority of people believed sex and relationship lessons should be compulsory in school, but of those almost two thirds thought the earliest they should start is age 11.


Most people who have learnt about the basics of sex from science curriculum, but when it comes to more controversial aspects like same-sex relationships, contraception, abortion, it has been much more of a gray area. Up until now, schools have been encouraged to tackle these issues but not compelled to.


"Yeah, it's time, listen up, thank you. Look in this way."


At this secondary school, pupils say such lessons are vital.

 

"If we didn't have these lessons we wouldn’t know anything about abortions, or STIs or any of these, 'cause my parents don't know anything about that."
"When you talk with your parents, it just feels I uncomfortable, you should 'cause that’s why people are doing that in lesson cause’ you’re with your friends."


In England government ministers see the sex and relationship lessons as a way to cut the UK's high teen-pregnancy rate and spread of sexually-transmitted infections. But there are fears parents may be left without a say, over how schools deal with highly sensitive issues."You are removing this question/ from schools, you’re undermining parents, in fact what you are doing is taking parents out of the driving seat, and putting the state in that place."


The government has said parents values and the ethos of the school will be taken into account when deciding exactly how the facts of life will be taught.

Sarah Campel, BBC News.
[ 本帖最后由 johnsonchen688 于 2008-10-29 20:40 编辑 ]
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on 帅

 

"We are going to think more closely about the differences between females and males, ok?"

 

An Introduction to Sex and Relationships, Age 7.

 

"Women have boobs and boys don't." "Right"

 

Reproduction, puberty and intercourse will be discussed by the time these pupils leave the school."Children are going through  puberty really early on, and if you are not aware, if you haven’t been taught at home, or at school, and things start happening, then where’d you go?"

 

Their parents are kept informed but some still question/  when the teaching should start? "I think it's too young for them to know because she was asking me a lot of questions en, reproductive, such as what is this and that. It was too much for me to answer."

 

Age clearly is an issue according to a UK-wide poll for the BBC, which found that the vast majority of people believed sex and relationship lessons should be compulsory in school, but of those almost two thirds thought the earliest they should start is age 11. 


Most people who have learnt about the basics of sex from the science curriculum, but when it comes to more controversial aspects like same-sex relationships, contraception, abortion, it has been much more of a gray area. Up until now, schools have been encouraged to tackle these issues but not compelled to.


"Yeah, it's hand, listen up, thank you. Look in this way."


At this secondary school, pupils say such lessons are vital.

 

"If we didn't have these lessons we wouldn’t know anything about abortions, or STIs or any of these, 'cause my parents don't know anything about that."
"When you talk with your parents, it just feels as, like uncomfortable, you should, 'cause that’s why people do it in my lesson, cause’ you’re with your friends."


In England government ministers see the sex and relationship lessons as a way to cut the UK's high teen-pregnancy rate and spread of sexually-transmitted infections. But there are fears parents may be left without a say, over how schools deal with highly sensitive issues."You are removing this pressure from schools, you’re undermining parents, and effectively what you are doing is taking parents out of the driving seat, and putting the state in their place."


The government has said parents' values and the ethos of the school will be taken into account when deciding exactly how the facts of life will be taught.

Sarah Campbell, BBC News.

[ 本帖最后由 johnsonchen688 于 2008-10-29 21:01 编辑 ]

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we are going to think more close differences between females and males. OK?

An introduction to sex unrelationships age seven.

we mean have an ... and ..., what?

we production BBC ... will discuss by the time these peoples leave school.

..., ... away at home or at school ... is happening...

the parents are captain formed some still question when the teaching stop.

I think it is... it is too much for me to answer.

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We are going to think more closely about the differences between female and male OK? Introduction to sex and relationships at age seven. Women have boobs and boys don't. Correct. Reproduction, puberty and intercourse will be discussed by the time these people leave the school. You should know going to puberty really early on, you feel away if you haven't been taught at home or at school and things start happening. Then where would you go? Parents archive formed but some still question when the teaching should start. I think it is too young for them to know because she asked me a lot of questions about repreduct what it is. That was too much for me to answer. Age isn't a issue according to UK wild poll for BBC which found vast major people believe sex and relationship lessones should be compulsory in school, but of those almost two thirds thought the ealiest they should be start is age eleven. Most people learn about the basics of sex from science curriculum. When it comes to more controvercial aspects like sex relationships, contraception, abortion has been much more the great area. Up until now schools have been encouraged to tackle these issues but not compel to. Yes, listener, thank you, looking this way. At this secondary school people say such lessons are vital. If we didn't have these lessons we wouldn't know anything about abortions or STIs because my parents don't know things about that. When you tell your parents you just feel uncomfortable. That's why people doing that lesson when you are being with friends. In England government minister say sex and relationship lesson is a way to cut UK's high pregnancy rate and spread sex transmit infections. But there were a few parents may be left without say over how schools deal with highly sensitive issues. You are moving this action from school around parents affect what you are doing is taking parents out the driving safe and putting the state in that place. The government has said parents value and e school will be taking into account when deciding exactly how affects of life will be taught. Sarah C BBC news.
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‘We are going to think more details about differences between females and males. OK? Introduction to think an relationship at age 7 . “

“Women have breast,  and a  boy’s donn’t.” right?  Wow,

reproduction ..and intercause will  be discussed by  these kinds of  people for leaving school. Redio and young …and you also aware that you have been at home or at school and think so happenning. then where you go? Their parents are keeping informed but some still  question when the teaching should start. “I think it is due for them to know because we have actually made a lot of mistakes . and the productivities what is . it still has too much for me to answer. ” Age clearly is the issue according toa UK wide accord BBC which found the vast  majority of people believe the sex unrelationship lessons should be composioned to school but all of those almost too  will be the earliest station to start at age 11. Most people would have  learned about the basic of sex sciences would  found ridiculous. But when it comes to most controversional aspect,like  thinking of the relationship  of contrasection ,abortion,  it has been much more of a greater area. Up till now, the schools have been encouraged to talk these issues but not completley.

“yes, it has listener. Thank you. Looking this way. ” at this secondary school people saw such lessons are wide so. It will be  happy to let people to know anything about abortion. STI and so . ..and more parents to know, to think about that. “

“when you are told apparently, it does feel I am uncomfortable. It is just like people are doing with your best friends. ”

In england government minister sees the sex and relationship lessons that is a way to cover the UK’S high team preganance rate and says they transmitting the effections. But they feel the parents may be left without safe. overhouse school still with highly sense dealing issues.

You removing the expressions from school and undermining your parents. And in fact what you are doing. It takes the parents our of our driving sit. And put their state in their place. The government have said the parents valued and be involved in the school will taking into account when deciding exactly how the fact of life  would be taught.

Sara Comber, BBC news.

[ 本帖最后由 onassiss 于 2008-10-30 14:54 编辑 ]

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"We are going to think more closely about the differences between females and males, ok?"

 

An Introduction to Sex and Relationships, Age 7.

 

"Women have boobs and boys don't." "Right"

 

Reproduction, puberty and intercourse will be discussed by the time these pupils leave the school." Children are going through puberty really early on, and if you are not aware, if you haven’t been taught at home, or at school, and things start happening, then where’d you go?"

 

Their parents are kept informed but some still question when the teaching should start? "I think it's too young for them to know because she was asking me a lot of questions and, reproductive, such as what is this and that. It was too much for me to answer."

 

Age clearly is an issue according to a UK-wide poll for the BBC, which found that the vast majority of people believed sex and relationship lessons should be compulsory in school, but of those almost two thirds believed the earliest they should start is age 11. 


Most people who have learnt about the basics of sex from the science curriculum, but when it comes to more controversial aspects like same-sex relationships, contraception, abortion, it has been much more of a gray area. Up until now, schools have been encouraged to tackle these issues but not compelled to.


"Yeah, it's hand, listen up, thank you. Look in this way."


At this secondary school, pupils say such lessons are vital.

 

"If we didn't have these lessons we wouldn’t know anything about abortions, or STIs or any of these, 'cause my parents don't know anything about that."
"When you talk with your parents, it just feels as, like uncomfortable, you should, 'cause that’s why people do it in my lesson, cause’ you’re with your friends."


In England government ministers see the sex and relationship lessons as a way to cut the UK's high teen-pregnancy rate and spread of sexually-transmitted infections. But there are fears parents may be left without a say, over how schools deal with highly sensitive issues."You are removing this pressure from schools, you’re undermining parents, and effectively what you are doing is taking parents out of the driving seat, and putting the state in their place."


The government has said parents' values and the ethos of the school will be taken into account when deciding exactly how the facts of life will be taught.

Sarah Campbell, BBC News.

 

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