Guest Post by Mr. Moses Daniel A.

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Sex education is one if the most controversial issues in education and has been floating on educational institutions since ages.
Am hereby emphasizing its importance in our schools and institutions with some few but very useful points listed below;


1)Studies show that many teenagers become sexually active before the inclusion of educational classes. Don't you think that if these classes are introduced early enough in Nigeria, it would help our teenagers/students stay or abstain or at least be responsible if they are active.

2)Sex education can help dispel some of the myths surrounding sex today e.g one can not get pregnant the first time of having sex. (Surprising, isn't it?)

3)Proper sex education can have an impact on the prevention of sexual problems in adulthood.

4)Sex education also gives both young and older people the power to make informed decisions regarding sexual matters in avoiding unwanted pregnancy and Sexually Transmitted Diseases(STDs).

5)It also enables young people to communicate, listen, negotiate with others, ask for and identify sources of help and advice when it comes to sexual relationships.

Well, well, well, I believe this points should be enough reason for the Federal Ministry of Education to have a rethink on the issue of introducing sex education to our doorsteps of our classes.

Written by Moses Daniel A.
www.acadablog.com

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