Originally Posted by BroncoBeavis
I don't have an issue with public sex ed. My kids will go through some or all of it (depending on what it looks like) I only have an issue with it being made mandatory. Or with it presenting abortion as a birth control option.
You claimed it didn't reduce unwanted pregnancies or abortions, citing crap data. That's what we're dealing with here.
Why should comprehensive sex ed not be mandatory? Where do you see harm in educating people about their bodies?