Did teenage pregnancy increase because of sex ed? Watch

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Lets be real, kids are curious. If you don't tell them to do something, they'll do it more. I feel like kids lose their innocence when they learn about it, i mean you're not suppose to sexually active when you're 11-15 y/o so what's the point. I believed it should be taught to more mature students, perhaps when you're in 10-11th grade, when they expected to be sexually active and it's necessary for them to know how to be safe. This is just my opinion, might not be everyone's cup of tea but had it put it out there
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I agree with you , by teaching them about sex they are more likely to do it.

We shouldn't teach them and let nature take its course
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Sex ed is proven to reduce both teenage pregnancy and STI rates.
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I don't think so. I think rather a poor education is more likely to lead to underage sex.
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Anonymous #3
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Na. How was I blamed for my sister losing her virginity Cos I warned her????
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There is no epidemiological evidence for this. For example, sex education has increased over time and started at earlier ages. The UK teen pregnancy rate has remained stable for 20 years and begun to decline slightly in recent years:

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