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Post by Yidda on Thu Jul 22, 2010 9:52 am

Ateo wrote:In theory, I don't have problem with parents teaching their kids. In practice, problematic. Parents don't necessarily have the correct information and are definitely not willing to teach on sexuality. Ask yourself: where did you learn sexual matters? From you mom? Be honest, God is listening Smile

In practice, kids learn about sex from their friends, who are as expert as them, lolz.

If parents can teach kids, then all our kids should be good in reading because parents are supposed to read to their kids. Didn't happen.

Don’t tell me that as if Mother’s has no important role to play in the protection of society. Mothers are the cornerstone of the home and the home is the place where a person’s soul begins his or critical formation. mother’s knows best they speak to us by the power of experience. When someone speaks to you with the benefit of experience, you listen more carefully, if you are wise you will wish to learn from that person’s experience and so avoid mistake you might otherwise make.

Children learn’s from observing and modeling, fathers need do nothing, only set a calm example and their children must learn how importantit is to be pure. they learn by observing the entertainment the parent participate in.

One only needs to do his role as a true Catholic/Christian parent.
And all is well.
The problem is in the people, who say that they are Catholic, but do not believe what the Church teaches, or who say that they are (Protestant) Christian, but ignore what Scripture plainly teaches.







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Post by Ateo on Thu Jul 22, 2010 9:59 am

I'm sorry Yidda, I read your answer carefully but I did not see that you answered my question. The question was, "did you learn about sexuality from your mom?" You know, the usual stuff: how girls become pregnant, what one should do if the period is delayed, what is a clitoris, how does a boy's thingy look like? and other things that girls are curious about.

Did you learn them from your mom? A Christian yes or no would suffice. Thanks!

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Post by Yidda on Thu Jul 22, 2010 10:18 am

Ateo wrote:I'm sorry Yidda, I read your answer carefully but I did not see that you answered my question. The question was, "did you learn about sexuality from your mom?" You know, the usual stuff: how girls become pregnant, what one should do if the period is delayed, what is a clitoris, how does a boy's thingy look like? and other things that girls are curious about.

Did you learn them from your mom? A Christian yes or no would suffice. Thanks!

My mom teaches me the importance of purity that includes my body and soul not scientifically or theologically. But by being with us always , protecting us and answering our curiosity.
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Post by Ateo on Thu Jul 22, 2010 10:20 am

ok, thanks!

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Post by korrill on Thu Jul 22, 2010 12:43 pm

Yidda wrote:

My mom teaches me the importance of purity that includes my body and soul not scientifically or theologically. But by being with us always , protecting us and answering our curiosity.

A problem with the proposition that sex should be left to parents is that:

a. parents don't actually take time for such things
b. parent feel uncomfortable discussing such things to their children
c. many parents have a limited understanding of sexual and reproductive health. Most of the time, that knowledge is limited to "sex=pregnancy=baby" and a little "condom=no baby." But issues such as STD's, menstrual cycles, methods of determining fertility, contraception, etc. are rarely part of it.

I did not learn sex education from my parents. The closest we ever came was when I found my dad's old porn mags (back when I was 5) and my mom caught me reading them. What I got from her from that experience was: "If you keep reading that, you'll become a rapist."

No explanation on why and what I just saw.

Fact is, I learned all relevant details from school. Our book in filipino (as early as grade 2) had it as the final chapter - parts of the genital organs, process of sex, fertilization, etc. It even involved pictures of two chickens mating and two people in the missionary position (upper part of the body, under a blanket). If you will say that it did not show any relevant thing, know that the picture on fertilization had a cross section illustration of the chicken and the woman's abdomen showing sperm entering the body.

True, we never discussed it in class. But then, it's also true that we did not take it maliciously. And even then we understood what it meant.

Our first real discussion occurred when we were in grade 5. Subject was science. None of us took any malice either. It was a lesson, we listened to the teacher discuss. Fact of the matter is, sex education is not what many people want to portray it to be. The way I see it, church and the conservatives have engaged in deliberate misinformation campaigns in order to prevent sex education.

Their most prevalent argument is that sex education will encourage students to engage in sex. The opposite is actually true. Sex education, presented properly, does not encourage students to try sex. In this instance, the malice seems to be in the minds of those opposed to it. Sex education presents facts about the parts of the genitals, functions of these parts, processes that lead to fertilization, etc. What's important to note is that it doesn't go like this:

Teacher: Okay class, ito ang t***. Pinapatigas ito at ipinapasok sa
k***. Masarap ang pakiramdam nito para sa babae at lalaki lalo na pag
mabilis ang labas-pasok. Pag umabot na sila sa sukdulan, nilalabasan
ang lalaki ng t****.

If you need reference, tingnan nyo na lang ang t*** o k*** ng katabi
nyo.

Our experiment today is to see how ejaculation works. Boys, mags**-s**
kayo habang ang mga girls naman ay oorasan kayo.

For your assignment, get a partner from the opposite sex and I want you
test the different brands of condoms available. Compare nyo yung
lubrication, durability, elasticity, flavor at sensation ng bawat isa.
Write a one page essay sa kung aling brand and masarap gamitin.

Okay, class dismissed.

Fact is, children are more likely to get that urge watching teen romance movies and talking to friends about porn than from science class.

All sex education will provide is knowledge on the processes relating to reproduction.
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Post by element_115x on Thu Jul 22, 2010 2:04 pm

Amen! Bro korrill!
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Post by element_115x on Thu Jul 22, 2010 2:08 pm

Yidda wrote:

I agree with what you said.
Sex education should be left to the parents especially if
this involves children who are underage...

Ideally that is how things should be. Problem is, not all parents (especially in the third world Philippines) are that worthy to be called 'parents' to begin with. It is important to note that we are talking about the Philippine situation here, not other countries where life condition is generally good.

However, had the Churches and other so-called 'moral institutions' done their job well for the past decades (or even centuries), and really infused in the minds of their members the virtues of proper parenting, then perhaps things would've gone for the best.

Namaste! Smile


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Post by Yidda on Thu Jul 22, 2010 2:16 pm

reply to korril

As I have written in previous post :

"Mothers are the cornerstone of the home and the home is the place where a person’s soul begins his or critical formation. mother’s knows best they speak to us by the power of experience. When someone speaks to you with the benefit of experience, you listen more carefully, if you are wise you will wish to learn from that person’s experience and so avoid mistake you might otherwise make.

Children learn’s from observing and modeling, fathers need do nothing, only set a calm example and their children must learn how importantit is to be pure. they learn by observing the entertainment the parent participate in.

One only needs to do his role as a true Catholic/Christian parent."

This UN-backed sex- ed in the Phillipines usurping the role of religion in teaching morality. Kids 5 to 8 years old would be taught: "Many different kinds of families exist around the world (e.g. two-parent, single parent, child-headed, guardian-headed, extended and nuclear families, same-sex couple parents, etc.)"

All children would be taught that all families should have "gender equality", in other words a concept of family that does not give different roles based on gender.

kid 9 to 12 would be taught about "homophobia" and "transphobia".

It is very clear that this set of teachings seeks to teach children that immoral sexual acts are moral, that no differences in roles should be based on gender, and that thinking otherwise is wrong (a phobia or a type of discrimination, or a root of violence)

Parents are the first educators of their children. This is a principle that the Church has always upheld, and it is reaffirmed very clearly and firmly by Vatican II. Parents must insist on respect for their rights and authority.

Sex education, Pope John Paul says, is "a basic right and duty of parents" and must always be carried out under their guidance, whether at home or in education centers controlled by them. Education for chastity, he says, is absolutely essential.

Educating children at home first is more important these days for a Catholic family.Modesty and reticence are guardians of chastity. When these are broken down, through casual discussion in groups of what should be intimate, personal matters, the child loses his strongest defense against unchastity.
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Post by korrill on Thu Jul 22, 2010 3:09 pm

Yidda wrote:reply to korril

As I have written in previous post :

"Mothers are the cornerstone of the home and the home is the place where a person’s soul begins his or critical formation. mother’s knows best they speak to us by the power of experience. When someone speaks to you with the benefit of experience, you listen more carefully, if you are wise you will wish to learn from that person’s experience and so avoid mistake you might otherwise make.

Children learn’s from observing and modeling, fathers need do nothing, only set a calm example and their children must learn how importantit is to be pure. they learn by observing the entertainment the parent participate in.

One only needs to do his role as a true Catholic/Christian parent."

It seems that you missed my point so I'll post it again:

A problem with the proposition that sex should be left to parents is
that:

a. parents don't actually take time for such things
b.
parent feel uncomfortable discussing such things to their children
c.
many parents have a limited understanding of sexual and reproductive
health. Most of the time, that knowledge is limited to
"sex=pregnancy=baby" and a little "condom=no baby." But issues such as
STD's, menstrual cycles, methods of determining fertility,
contraception, etc. are rarely part of it.

Which is followed by the a question: Where did you learn about the reproductive process? Ateo asked you but you did not answer directly.

This UN-backed sex- ed in the Phillipines usurping the role of religion
in teaching morality. Kids 5 to 8 years old would be taught: "Many different kinds of families exist around the world
(e.g. two-parent, single parent, child-headed, guardian-headed, extended
and nuclear families, same-sex couple parents, etc.)"

All
children would be taught that all families should have "gender
equality", in other words a concept of family that does not give
different roles based on gender.


Question: Which morality would that be?

The core of your argument rests on the morality of one denomination - catholicism. It's not even representative of the entire sect of christianity.

So what of those people who don't subscribe to your moral code?

kid 9 to 12 would be taught
about "homophobia" and "transphobia".


And what exactly would those lessons be?

It
is very clear that this set of teachings seeks to teach children that
immoral sexual acts are moral, that no differences in roles should be
based on gender, and that thinking otherwise is wrong (a phobia or a
type of discrimination, or a root of violence)

Show me where in sex education that is taught.

By your words, I get the impression you never attended a single sex education class.

Parents are the
first educators of their children. This is a principle that the Church
has always upheld, and it is reaffirmed very clearly and firmly by
Vatican II. Parents must insist on respect for their rights and
authority.

Sex education, Pope John Paul says, is
"a basic right and duty of parents" and must always be carried out under
their guidance, whether at home or in education centers controlled
by them
. Education for chastity, he says, is absolutely essential.

Educating
children at home first is more important these days for a Catholic
family.Modesty and reticence are guardians of chastity. When these are
broken down, through casual discussion in groups of what should be
intimate, personal matters, the child loses his strongest defense
against unchastity.

Which brings us again to the first issue:

A problem with the proposition that sex should be left to parents is
that:

a. parents don't actually take time for such things
b.
parent feel uncomfortable discussing such things to their children
c.
many parents have a limited understanding of sexual and reproductive
health. Most of the time, that knowledge is limited to
"sex=pregnancy=baby" and a little "condom=no baby." But issues such as
STD's, menstrual cycles, methods of determining fertility,
contraception, etc. are rarely part of it.

Again: Where did you learn about the
reproductive process
?
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Re: Sex Education IS NOW OPEN....

Post by Ateo on Thu Jul 22, 2010 3:29 pm

A recent survey associated with the Young Adults Fertility Survey conducted by UP showed widespread misconceptions which are passed on from parents to children. Among the funny -- if not tragic -- wisdom of parents are the following:

a. Menstrual blood is "maruming dugo". What?!?

b. Jump from the third step of the stairs so that the menstruation period will last only three days.

c. This one is new: Virgin coconut oil can cure and prevent HIV/AIDS.

d. Pag naglilihi at di pinagbigyan ay makunan. Not true, and prenatal care should work better.

e. And of course, the theme of all parents: Abstinence, abstinence, abstinence. We are all here experienced enough to know that the abstinence mantra of parents does not generally work. Magulang lang ang ating binantayan eh, he he he.

If abstinence was truly 100% effective, then Mary would not have become pregnant. Smile

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Post by Esther on Thu Jul 22, 2010 3:41 pm

A person can learn all about Christianity, and still not
"get it."


Perhaps because it lacks a humble Catholic heart.

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Post by Esther on Thu Jul 22, 2010 4:16 pm

element_115x wrote:Amen! Bro korrill!

wonderful prayer it touches my heart.

I guess we shall simply have to agree to
disagree agreeably.




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Post by Yidda on Thu Jul 22, 2010 5:29 pm

korrill wrote:

It seems that you missed my point so I'll post it again:

A problem with the proposition that sex should be left to parents is
that:

a. parents don't actually take time for such things
b.
parent feel uncomfortable discussing such things to their children
c.
many parents have a limited understanding of sexual and reproductive
health. Most of the time, that knowledge is limited to
"sex=pregnancy=baby" and a little "condom=no baby." But
issues such as
STD's, menstrual cycles, methods of determining fertility,
contraception, etc. are rarely part of it.

You missed my point too.
This reproductive way this proposed technical solution doesn’t answer the problem. Why it should be pursued then, when the parents are not interested in it generally as you claim. And do you think all parents would agree with what you said. How about that parenting I have said is it not much more gracious with filial affection between parent and child? Is it hard for a parent to do that, I believe most parents naturally have done that so why go for a risk.

korrill wrote:
Which is followed by the a question: Where did you learn about the
reproductive process
? Ateo asked you but you did not answer directly.

do you think I would engage in this discussion if I do not know what I am saying? Why do you involve Ateo can’t he speak for himself?
korrill wrote:

Question: Which morality would that be?The core of your argument rests on the morality of one denomination -
catholicism. It's not even representative of the entire sect of christianity.

So what of those people who don't subscribe to your moral code?



And what exactly would those lessons be?



Show me where in sex education that is taught.

show you what? read my post well you will find quotes which separates my comments.

The moral law is not a set of written laws, although any requirement of the moral law can be written down. The moral law is not a set of decisions made by God about good and evil. The moral law is not a particular set of just laws, although all just laws are based on the moral law. The moral law is not the implementation of justice in particular cases. The moral law is justice itself. All that is contrary to the moral law is contrary to justice itself. All that is in agreement with the moral law is in agreement with justice itself.

The moral law is justice itself. God is Justice. Therefore, God is the moral law. All injustice is contrary to the very Nature of God. All justice is in agreement with the very Nature of God. Nothing is immoral unless it is immoral before God. Nothing is moral unless it is moral before God.

And why don't you asked the other christian denomination/religion what is morality to them?

korrill wrote:
By your words, I get the impression you never attended a single sex education
class.
Although I did not give must emphasis on what “secular word teaches,” doesn’t mean I knew nothing about it. In light of what is right and moral who’s teacher would you choose?”
korrill wrote:


Which brings us again to the first issue:

A problem with the proposition that sex should be left to parents is
that:

a. parents don't actually take time for such things
b.
parent feel uncomfortable discussing such things to their children
c.
many parents have a limited understanding of sexual and reproductive
health. Most of the time, that knowledge is limited to
"sex=pregnancy=baby" and a little "condom=no baby." But
issues such as
STD's, menstrual cycles, methods of determining fertility,
contraception, etc. are rarely part of it.

Again: Where did you learn about the
reproductive process
?

Which I've already addressed all of these concerns. You are welcome to go back and read what I've written before.
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Post by element_115x on Thu Jul 22, 2010 6:05 pm

Esther wrote:

wonderful prayer it touches my heart.

I guess we shall simply have to agree to
disagree agreeably.

Amen! Sis Esther! Smile But sometimes we can learn a lot from people who don't share our views. It's a learning experience!
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Post by viruzol_007 on Thu Jul 22, 2010 11:39 pm

.. I'm not againt's on DepEd Proposal, If necessary to educate our youthful to become aware on sex issue WHY NOT -- but only in High School and College - not on Grade School and Kinder Level.
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Post by korrill on Fri Jul 23, 2010 9:48 am

Yidda wrote:You missed my point too.
This reproductive way this proposed technical solution doesn’t answer the problem.

Care to substantiate that. Or is that just another baseless claim?

Why it should be pursued then, when the parents are not interested in it generally as you claim. And do you think all parents would agree with what you said. How about that parenting I have said is it not much more gracious with filial affection between parent and child? Is it hard for a parent to do that, I believe most parents naturally have done that so why go for a risk.

I didn't miss your point. What happened is that you are trying to shift the focus. The issue is about children learning about the reproductive processes. Your original argument, along with that of Harballah, is that sex education should be left to the parents. I pointed out the problems with that proposition. Ateo added a few as well.

Now you're arguing that if parents are not interested, then it shouldn't be pursued. Which brings us back to the problem again: children/teenagers who have no idea about human sexuality, reproductive processes, and what they entail.

So where would your have them learn about human sexuality? In the streets with friends who are just about as clueless about such issues? How about porn mags and videos? Or maybe you prefer the hands-on approach and let them just go ahead and experiment what it's like?

What you have presented is a non-solution to the argument since it doesn't care to address the problem at hand.

Basically, you have just shown what your true argument is: Don't teach it because we don't like it.

yidda wrote:do you think I would engage in this discussion if I do not know what I
am saying? Why do you involve Ateo can’t he speak for himself?

I am not questioning whether you think you know about the reproductive processes. What I'm asking is where you learned them.

As Ateo asked: Did you learn about the reproductive processes from your mom?

And it doesn't matter who asked the question again. What matters is that you haven't answered it.

yidda wrote:show you what? read my post well you will find quotes which separates my comments.

I've read your post. You haven't presented anything that will substantiate your claim:

It is very clear that this set of teachings seeks to teach children that
immoral sexual acts are moral, that no differences in roles should be
based on gender, and that thinking otherwise is wrong (a phobia or a
type of discrimination, or a root of violence)

Which is why I ask again: Show me where that is taught in sex education.

The moral law is not a set of written laws, although any requirement of the moral law can be written down. The moral law is not a set of decisions made by God about good and evil. The moral law is not a particular set of just laws, although all just laws are based on the moral law. The moral law is not the implementation of justice in particular cases. The moral law is justice itself. All that is contrary to the moral law is contrary to justice itself. All that is in agreement with the moral law is in agreement with justice itself.

The moral law is justice itself. God is Justice. Therefore, God is the moral law. All injustice is contrary to the very Nature of God. All justice is in agreement with the very Nature of God. Nothing is immoral unless it is immoral before God. Nothing is moral unless it is moral before God.

And why don't you asked the other christian denomination/religion what is morality to them?

Nice rhetoric. But it doesn't answer what I asked: Which moral law would be used?

General morality is subjective. What is moral for one may not be moral for another. The Amish engage in polygamy but polygamy is taboo in many other sects of christianity. Hindus practice polytheism but polytheism is wrong in the eyes of Islam.

In the same way, not everybody views two-parent, single parent, child-headed, guardian-headed, extended, nuclear families, and even same-sex couple parents as wrong.

In this instance, your arguing the imposition of your moral code on others - whether they like it or not. Your opposition is simply because you perceive it to be wrong but you haven't actually presented any solid reason why it is other than your beliefs.

yidda wrote:Although I did not give must emphasis on what “secular word teaches,” doesn’t mean I knew nothing about it. In light of what is right and moral who’s teacher would you choose?”

Now are you saying that only parents are moral? That teachers in school have no morals?

It's funny how you always give an answer that never addresses the question.

yidda wrote: Which I've already addressed all of these concerns. You are welcome to go back and read what I've written before.

No, you haven't. All you've stated is:

yidda wrote:My mom teaches me the importance of purity that includes my body and soul not scientifically or theologically. But by being with us always , protecting us and answering our curiosity.

So I'll ask again: Where did you learn about the reproductive processes?

If you want a more specific question: Where did you learn about what sex, sperm, eggs, menstrual and fertility cycles, fertilization, anatomy of the genitals, functions of the reproductive system, gestation cycle, childbirth, hormones, pregnancy complications, and STD's are?
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Post by Esther on Fri Jul 23, 2010 10:34 am

I dis agree with these: from korril

"Nice rhetoric. But it doesn't answer what I asked: Which moral law would be used?

General morality is subjective. What is moral for one may not be moral for another."

if morality is subjective or ralative - there will be may versions of truth and Truth is changing - if that is the case God doen't exist.

If you do not know morality. How could you possibly understand those who believe in GOd.

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Post by Ateo on Fri Jul 23, 2010 11:17 am

Hi Esther, I would agree with Korrill and disagree with you on this.

Christian moral law is most certainly subjective; it has many versions and its Truth is continually changing. A few examples may suffice:

a. Is it moral to kill a person who violated the Sabbath? (The answer depends on whether you follow the OT or the NT. The OT seems to be superseded and relegated to merely a Jewish tribal law.)

b. Is it moral to wear your hair (long, blond, glorious hair) uncovered in church? (The answer depends if you are in the 21st century vs. 16th century.)

c. Is it moral to practice birth control? (The answer depends if you are a Catholic Christian or a Protestant Christian.)

I have thousands of other examples where morality is changing and relative.

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Post by Esther on Fri Jul 23, 2010 11:22 am

Ateo wrote:Hi Esther, I would agree with Korrill and disagree with you on this.

Christian moral law is most certainly subjective; it has many versions and its Truth is continually changing. A few examples may suffice:

a. Is it moral to kill a person who violated the Sabbath? (The answer depends on whether you follow the OT or the NT. The OT seems to be superseded and relegated to merely a Jewish tribal law.)

b. Is it moral to wear your hair (long, blond, glorious hair) uncovered in church? (The answer depends if you are in the 21st century vs. 16th century.)

c. Is it moral to practice birth control? (The answer depends if you are a Catholic Christian or a Protestant Christian.)

I have thousands of other examples where morality is changing and relative.

care to open this thread/toipic on Catholic board? I feel more inspired to conversed with you on my own home town court.

thnx


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Post by Ateo on Fri Jul 23, 2010 11:22 am

I also agree with Korrill when he observed that Yidda did not really answer the important sex-education question:

"Where and how did you first know how girls can become pregnant?"


Did you first learn of it from your mom? your friend? from the books? or from the internet?

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Post by Esther on Fri Jul 23, 2010 11:36 am

Ateo wrote:I also agree with Korrill when he observed that Yidda did not really answer the important sex-education question:

"Where and how did you know how girls become pregnant?"


Did you first learn of it from your mom? your friend? from the books? or from the internet?


or maybe korril was a bit excited that he didn't realized that in scholastic or academic we learn those things.

What Yidda maybe's pointing out is the morality behind these proposed UN back sex - ed may lead the children to something else. And she emphasize it is the duty parents to educate their children not some hired employees. The thing that korril says parents have no time for their children etc... is out of the question, it is out of the Q? because it proves the real root of the prob. is the christians themselves who do not listen to what church teaches.

In short you are crooss examining here about this repro when she said this tech soln. does not solve at all. why should you go on the details of it.


Oh I forgot something I should not mess with this. Yidda can speak for herself.

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Post by Ateo on Fri Jul 23, 2010 11:50 am

Esther wrote:
... maybe korril was a bit excited that he didn't realized that in scholastic or academic we learn those things...



That is Korrill's central point exactly! You learn this thing is school. Lucky you. Now, let us allow others to learn this in school as well.

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Post by Esther on Fri Jul 23, 2010 11:58 am

Ateo wrote:


That is Korrill's central point exactly! You learn this thing is school. Lucky you. Now, let us allow others to learn this in school as well.

yes but the point is the proposed sex-ed and the teaching in school academic or science differs much on this. It may affect the children's purity or morality which every christian parents doesn't want.

What is the intention of this proposal by the way? Who's duty should it be?


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Post by Ateo on Fri Jul 23, 2010 12:28 pm

I think the proposed DepEd program will NOT prevent parents from educating their kids about sexuality. But it is also the duty of government to provide correct education.

It is like reading, riting, and rithmetic. Your parents can and should teach you that. But they barely have time to help you in your assignment.

What do you mean by purity? Sex is easily viewable in Google. But children are not interested in the type of sex that we view in the internet. Children, prior to puberty, goes through sexual latency, in which they are not interested in sex in the same way as we are. But they simply needs to be educated in scientific facts about sex, health, and rights. That way, once they reach the crazy age of adolescence they are well armed and well educated.

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Post by Esther on Fri Jul 23, 2010 12:47 pm

Thank your for your opinion.

I believe it is also the prime duty of the church to look after her flock, to guide them and protect them from harmful education.

Purity

Chaste on whatever state of life you are not only in body but in mind heart and soul.


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