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Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Sex Education.

It frustrates me that teenagers are not given the proper information, if any information at all, about what they really want to know.

Okay, let's delve into my past a bit.

I was in high school not too long. [Less than 12 months ago I was a senior in high school actually] I was the pervy perv I am now. I always have been the pervy girl with way too much knowledge about sex.

I found all the naughty deprave things on the internet at the age of about 13. I read as much about sex and everything to do with sex as I could. The information came out in conversations I had with my friends.

Then when I lost my virginity and a steady boyfriend to experiment with, I became even more of the go-to gal. So much so that people who weren't friends but heard from friends that I would know the answer, would come to me and ask me their questions.

When sex ed came around, I was so horribly disappointed. It didn't talk about any of the things that we were really interested in. My teacher felt like she just wanted us to regurgitate the information because even she was uncomfortable talking about it. We spent the most time on STIs. Which is a good thing to teach, because there is still ignorance about STIs, however there needs to be talk about the gritty things too.

In my opinion there needs to be more sex positive sex ed. If we start to explain that sex isn't a dirty thing [well, it can be a good kind of dirty ;) ] and educate on how to keep clean, we can reduce STIs and pregnancy. Educate about birth control methods.

And the biggest thing! Answer questions that they have, but not in an open forum 'raise your hand and ask' type of way. Teenagers aren't going to ask 'how do I make sure butt sex doesn't hurt" in the middle of a class with 20-something of their peers. One of the best ways I have heard to combat this was having a blog like such that the teacher had and the students could leave anonymous comments with questions and the teacher would answer back. This way it was a discussion where no one had to reveal who they were. No embarrassment.

Another huge thing, although not regarding education, is the availability of sex toys. As soon as I turned 18 I had plenty of girls asking me to buy them vibrators. I was more than happy to oblige. I'm proud of the fact that I've bought over ten girls vibrators.

Eh, this is something I am passionate about. I've thought recently about changing my career path a bit to push it more towards something to do with the sex/adult industry. It's a thought...

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