Study: Sex Education Should Start As Early As Age 10

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Study: Sex Education Should Start As Early As Age 10

A new study from researchers at Georgetown University suggests that children should start taking sexual education courses as young as age 10 to prevent teen pregnancies and STDs, arguing in part that early sex ed classes can get them proper information before they hear it from misinformed classmates and older kids. What do you think?

  • “Wouldn’t it be cheaper to just teach one 10-year-old and let him spread the information at recess?”

    Robert Sullivan
    Ranch Hand
  • “Actually, I find that having a few serious misconceptions about sex is what keeps it interesting.”

    Alice Campbell
    Kayaking Guide
  • “The last thing I need is a bunch of 10-year-old know-it-alls telling me I’m having sex all wrong.”

    Donald Hobart
    Unemployed
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