-Exaggerated condom failure rates
-Exaggerated rates of STD transmission among sexually active members of all demographics, but especially teenagers and gay (or bisexual) men
-Exaggerated risk of dying during an abortion (if abortion is discussed at all), and/or exaggerated risks of depression and other potential side effects of abortion
-Claims that most religions consider sex to be innately evil. Two problems with this:
1. Most religions consider sex a positive (or even Sacred) thing, and
2. Church and State are separate, so this drivel is irrelevant in a school setting anyway
-Many other laughable, obvious lies
I was taught in sex ed that condoms don't protect you, so I never used them. Now I have an impressive collection of STDs.
In my opinion when it comes to sex, it should be taught at home by parents to their children, because in all honesty, sex is a very personal and spiritual thing that shouldn't be taught through diagrams and false statistics.
2. motivates frustrated teens to convert to atheism like me because Christianity sucks God's scrotum
3. usually equates to censorship of free speech in America
4. essential to preventing teen pregnancy
2. The truth of Haditha shall remain hidden like sex ed in the United States
3. Thanks to real sex ed Netherlands and Sweden has a much lower teen pregnancy rate than America.
4. Planned Parenthood provides real sex education.
Sex Ed Student: They said that condoms fail 90 percent of the time!
Friend: That's BULLSHIT!
Sex Ed Student: I know!