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Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by Nobody: 10:38pm On Mar 12, 2015
With the rate at which young girls and boys being exposed at a young age, I'd like to know what Nigerians feel about the addition of sex education to the curriculum in Nigerian schools.

Personally I feel that its needed and that if it can be properly conducted, it should be added at least as one of those courses where students get to talk and pour out their minds to adults who can advise them.

The problem is just that as I've noticed that there maybe religious issues. Most parents in Nigeria adhere to religious teachings that say no sex outside or before marriage (which is something I also believe in). So there may be clashes as to the type of sexual education being taught. One parent may feel they should only be taught to abstain from sex until they are 18 while another may think they should teach the children to only have sex when they are married.

Forgive me for the long text, I just poured out what what is running through my mind.

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Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by GboyegaD(m): 10:51pm On Mar 12, 2015
For me, it should be at least, it will guide those who can't wait.

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Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by ijecks(f): 11:09pm On Mar 12, 2015
there is need for it to be taught because nowadays the kids have gone farther than their parents,Infact very few kids are innocent,look at our tv stations, our songs , our movies,......damn... sex is everywhere,two people cant sit down and discuss important things without sex ending up as the topic of discussion.gone are those days where children are ignorant .cuz you can never know what your kid is up to at every hour,converse with them in ways they can understand.shalom

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Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by churchkilo(m): 11:36pm On Mar 12, 2015
me think it is not bad for it to be thought,if only it will not be abused,I remember back them in school how we were making noise in class cos a.lady teacher wad teaching us reproduction,u will some people asking for practical and all that.wasn't funny though

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Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by naijaboiy: 12:23pm On Mar 28, 2015
Yes! cool

But i hope there will be practicals too? grin

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Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by youngwarlocks: 12:23pm On Mar 28, 2015
yes
Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by Jelo4kul(m): 12:23pm On Mar 28, 2015
Yes it should be taught...But the reigning thread now is Jonathan. Jonathan must win this year
Vote wisely
Vote Jonathan

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Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by okotv(m): 12:23pm On Mar 28, 2015
Deep thinking is needed before I reply topics like this.
Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by Abayor7: 12:23pm On Mar 28, 2015
Oh very Yes!
Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by veraiyke(m): 12:23pm On Mar 28, 2015
Yes it should be included. Anyone who decided to sleep arnd dey on e own.
Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by phlio(m): 12:24pm On Mar 28, 2015
yes sir....
Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by Nobody: 12:24pm On Mar 28, 2015
No...there is this teenager i'v bein trying to f..ck

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Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by Goldenheart(m): 12:24pm On Mar 28, 2015
Yep
Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by donsteady(m): 12:24pm On Mar 28, 2015
Election Day! Remove this trash from front page

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Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by dasean1(m): 12:24pm On Mar 28, 2015
noted
Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by Aregs(m): 12:25pm On Mar 28, 2015
Definitely Not, parents and guardians are in position to do that
Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by talented143(m): 12:25pm On Mar 28, 2015
Yes...............


With all this bomb nonsense happening in the east, Buhari still can never win cos no vacancy in Aso rock.
He can only be the president of the north not the south. We the South_easteners and south-south must still vote.
We are stronger and united than they think. We are Gods own people. GEJ is our man and he is the one holding Nigeria 2geda. If not we will create BiafrA repulblic at all cost.

Therefore GEJ must and will win.


Good will always prevail against evil.

GEJ for winner 2015

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Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by Samneer: 12:25pm On Mar 28, 2015
If not why not
Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by joystickextendr: 12:25pm On Mar 28, 2015
That should be the job of the parent smiley






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Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by lonelydora: 12:25pm On Mar 28, 2015
It is a good idea. But what is the teacher going to teach students that even have more experience than the teacher. Most SS2 students are who.res in school uniform.

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Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by ayusco85(m): 12:25pm On Mar 28, 2015
Yes
Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by Nobody: 12:25pm On Mar 28, 2015
K

Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by mizzy007(m): 12:25pm On Mar 28, 2015
Yes with deeper life pastors as teachers of d subject.. Lol

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Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by Hollawaley(m): 12:26pm On Mar 28, 2015
And the rate of rape,child abuse will skyrocket. News would be like "Teacher experiments sexual reproduction on students"
Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by oluwadanie1(m): 12:26pm On Mar 28, 2015
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Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by OkikiOluwa1(m): 12:26pm On Mar 28, 2015
Yes, but not as a subject.
It can come as a topic in only religious studies.
CRS/CRK or IRK/IRS

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Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by Senatorkelvin(m): 12:26pm On Mar 28, 2015
Absolutely. It would help the young ones to know the dangers in careless sex because sex will surely exist.
Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by Nobody: 12:26pm On Mar 28, 2015
Ya cus it will help and reduce the rate of unwanted pregnancy in the country
Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by greatestboss(m): 12:26pm On Mar 28, 2015
For me, I dont know oo... the only thing i knw for now is that GMB is winning the presidential election.
Hit LIKE for GMB jare
Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by McLuhan(m): 12:26pm On Mar 28, 2015
In what way is this related to today's elections? Misplaced priorities!
Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by Dannylux: 12:26pm On Mar 28, 2015
Certainly
Re: Should Sex Education Be Taught As A Subject In Nigerian Schools? by Motolank: 12:27pm On Mar 28, 2015
No. Because they will see blue-film someday... just like I and my cousins did in those days.
Better still...Nigerians are corrupt...it won't take too long for them to know...!

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