A 2008 United Nations report found that comprehensive sex ed, when taught effectively, allows young people to “explore their attitudes and values, and to practice the decision-making and other life skills they will need to be able to make informed choices about their sexual lives.” Students who had completed comprehensive sex education in the Netherlands were also found to be more assertive and better communicators, according to an independent health research agency that conducted a study of the Dutch programs.
The title pretty much says it all, but I’ll add a little commentary. Afterwards, one tears with the finger-nail the soft membrane underneath the skin, turning it to the sides until the flesh of the glans appears. The operation itself, then, consists of three distinct acts: the excision of the prepuce; the laceration of the mucous membrane covering the glans; and the sucking of the blood from the interior of the wound.” Immanuel Jakobovits. I know this sounds awful, but it is part of the Jewish tradition. “My Son on the Cutting Edge.” Independent (London), no. While condemning the procedure, some physicians contend that it was used to stop bleeding.47 Not only is there little evidence for this theory, but it was also a largely ineffective method. Critics have attributed sadistic and homosexual implications to this practice, while defenders claim that this was simply all that was known during ancient times to stop the bleeding.” Rosemary Romberg. South Hadley, Massachusetts: Bergin & Garvey, Publishers, Inc. Hope to hell your child isn’t circumcised by a jewish doctor, or you might just catch him sucking on your baby’s penis. Abhodah Zarah 22a: “A Jew must not associate himself with gentiles because they are given to the shedding of blood.” I still hear people from time to time talking about good jews, which do not exist.
That means encouraging respect for all sexual preferences and helping students develop skills to protect against sexual coercion, intimidation and abuse.
The underlying principle is straightforward: Sexual development is a normal process that all young people experience, and they have the right to frank, trustworthy information on the subject.
The system allows for flexibility in how it’s taught.
But it must address certain core principles — among them, sexual diversity and sexual assertiveness.