• Sex education should not wait until a child is in school. Children are sexual beings from birth according to reading I have done in several places. (ejhscom). Sex should not be portrayed as bad and sinful but part of life. Parents should show affection with each other by hugging and kissing while children can observe. Hug and kiss children as well. As the children grow teach them more about life. When they get into "sex education" in school it will not be a shock to them.
  • theyre too young for that
  • 15 for girls, 17 for boys.
  • I don't think the school should be responsible for this. Health classes should cover basic reproduction and menstruation with additional training augmented by the nurse probably 3rd or 4 th grade to preempt menstruation sooner if situations necessitate. As always parents should be the primary teacher but only if they're not pedophiles! Kids will learn this on their own when the age is right. They don't need anyone else touching them or "teaching" them unless they ask and then it's best to ask if they have spoken with their parents about it first. Nowadays you can learn anything on the internet so if you don't want your kids learning there better talk with them sooner rather than later.
  • Good touch/bad touch” is something that should be established as early as possible because children are frequently abused by family members or close friends of the family. Proper names and functions of body parts should be incorporated into their regular daily routine from birth (Pro 22:6). If we don’t teach our children about their bodies, someone else will (Deu 6:7).
  • 9th grade at the earliest. And this is Health class, not Sex Education class. Most of this should be done at home, not by the government by passing out condoms to elementary school kids or encouraging abortions without the parents knowledge. Now you have kids that are being forced take transgender classes in kindergarten. Craziness.
    • Linda Joy
      I think most girls start menstruation before 9th grade. Didn't know about the transgender classes. Glad I no longer have kids in school!
    • Archie Bunker
      Girls needs to learn about menstruation from their mothers. Not Mr. Smith, health & gym teacher.
  • Age-appropriate sex ed should be begin before the children are in school. Now, before the conservative people get crazy, I said AGE APPROPRIATE. And then I would refer you to Thinker's answer.

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