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This Teacher Typed Up All The Questions She got While Teaching SexEd... Prepare To Laugh

By Nadine / mercredi 18 juillet 2018 10:00
The sexual education system in this country is a major FML. But sometimes, the actual class itself can be pretty hilarious.

Sex Ed is probably the most awkward class you'll ever take in your life, and it happens to be during one of the most awkward phases that you go through while growing up. When one teacher typed up all of the questions she got while teaching Sex Ed, a friend of the teacher, Twitter user @kimyoogyeom took advantage of that hilarity and posted the questions to Twitter. Bless your soul, @kimyoogyeom

Most of the questions are actually so precious and pure, albeit completely hilarious. See for yourselves!

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Got a cringe worthy sex ed FML to share? Let us know in the comments. 

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By  KrDizzy  |  15

I had sex ed in 5th grade. That was almost 20 years ago. It's not a new thing.. Your parents have to sign off on it. They do it because most kids go through puberty after elementary school, so they are preparing you for it a little ahead of time in your last year of elementary school... We had girls in 5th grade who already started their period and I started mine the first month of 6th grade. It's important to start teaching them before they already get curious about it all with their hormones. Wouldn't it be strange to teach it to them when it's a little too late?

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  KrDizzy  |  15

I had sex ed in 5th grade. That was almost 20 years ago. It's not a new thing.. Your parents have to sign off on it. They do it because most kids go through puberty after elementary school, so they are preparing you for it a little ahead of time in your last year of elementary school... We had girls in 5th grade who already started their period and I started mine the first month of 6th grade. It's important to start teaching them before they already get curious about it all with their hormones. Wouldn't it be strange to teach it to them when it's a little too late?

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  IrieStorm  |  7

Idk, maybe it was because I went to a small school in the middle of the Bible belt, but we didn't get it until 8th grade. And even then it wasn't even "sex ed," it was just a three week unit in our health class where the teacher did nothing more than try to scare us into abstinence.

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  nrvanagrl  |  5

We had an optional after school sex ex class with parents when we were in 2nd grade. It was more focused on teaching you anatomy and the like, but don’t you think it’s important to know that stuff? Then in school was 5th grade, as someone below said, to teach you before you got your periods and puberty

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  1known  |  27

Because if you don't want early pregnancies, sex without consent or dangerous behaviors, you need sex-ed.
Sex-ed must be must be suited for each age and not based on fear.
Considering how parents are doing their job on the matter or the fact that a majority of elementary children have already watched porn, sex ed should be mandatory.

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In Australia sex ed gets taught when a kid turns 8 (grade 3) it's super important that kids understand what is happening to their bodies. Sex ed is all just basic biology! I don't see the problem with kids learning about it. I've already started with my 2 year old, it all starts with using correct words (penis, breasts, vagina) and teaching them that you can't touch other peoples and they can't touch yours. I know 12 year olds who've had babies (great people btw) puberty and sex is happening earlier and earlier these days. Besy our kids be safe and prepared than get hurt and being blind about whats happening around them.
Its all about being honest and speaking to them age appropriatly.
My sister was 4 when she asked my mum why bulls are in different paddocks from the cows and mum explained "so the cows don't fall pregnant" my sister then asked "how do they fall pregnant" mum "the bull puts his penis in the cows vagina and small cells from the bull go into the cow and mix with the cows eggs and it makes a baby" honest simple and my sister didn't freek out because my mum didn't. Kids who grow up on farms learn about it from day dot. It's nothing to be ashamed about or hid. Hell we should all the walking around naked!

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We didn’t have sex Ed until 8th-12th grade (and even then, it was just scaring kids into abstinence), though we did have puberty videos in 4th for girls and again in 6th for both boys and girls.

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"until 8th grade"?! One of my sister's classmates was pregnant by then! Ya...basic sex ed started in 3rd grade but they didn't think to cover contraceptives comprehensibly until high school...bit late for that!

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  KittyMack  |  11

That leaves kids vulnerable to being poorly equipped for life because their parents are freaks tho. We as a society need to protect children, because they are real people who matter, not some object owned by their parent, like a toaster. Some poor twelve year old is out there right now getting knocked up by her pervert soccer coach because her parents didn't want her knowing about things like pedos, condoms, consent, when to call the police etc. Forewarned is forearmed. Even kids with fundie parents deserve to be forearmed against sexual assault, STDs, and unwanted pregnancy.

By  DragonMaiden7  |  15

Well, my school taught abstinence-only Sex-Ed. Yet we had a pregnant eighth-grader when I was in seventh-grade. She was a nice girl.

It’s not really a funny story about sex-ed, or an FML, but more of a warning that just telling kids not to have sex or scaring them about sex doesn’t work.

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  wysegirl  |  14

This is a parental failure not the schools fault. Parents don't want to raise their children anymore.. Hell before I was 6 my mother was giving me the birds and the bees talk...EVERY year until I moved out..

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  Nadine  |  20

Agreed that it's part of the parental role to educate your kids on sex and make sure they're being safe, but we definitely need more comprehensive sex ed in the U.S. We're far behind in that aspect and it shows.

By  LondonTor  |  6

not really from sex ed, but related and i still laugh at this:
Science teacher: does anyone know what asexual reproduction is?
Kid in my class: it's like reproduction without the mess.
Teacher: well yes, giving birth is messy.
Kid: no, i meant the conception.

(this was year 7 in the UK so we were 10-11)

By  zuckerburg  |  13

I love the confidence of the one kid. "I _know_ intercoursing takes 24 hours"..... his mom and dad are champions going at it for 24 hours... but tend to forget they have kids and let them watch? eek

By  Lyshan  |  8

We had sex ed in second grade. Well, not advanced but more like all about intestines and digestion. There was a little guy in my class that said "ass" all day, so my teacher decided to explain what an ass is and how digestion works, also we learned the difference between male and female parts and how babys are made. Of course it was on our level, so no "The man puts his penis in the vagina and moves it". I think, the earlier the better, my daughter is 5 now and she naturally knows what the difference between male and female is already, she has seen us naked and asked questions.

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