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Hey, at least you won't have to fear for the future of America's birth rates. I sense a lot of unplanned pregnancies coming up in that college this poor idiot is going to. Let's just hope he doesn't get laid or doesn't believe in premarital sex, then his lack of knowledge might not actually become an issue.

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My first thought was the student actually got you to waste an hour explaining it when he probably did understand to begin with.

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oh, how I fear for ignorant stereotypes like you. you know 3rd world countries are more ignorant than Americans. Not to mention, most of the people in American aren't American and come from different countries because they can't stand their own country.Besides, how do you know this took place in America? othee countries have colleges too, dipshit. Educate yourself.

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There's always someone making this comment on a FML post; congratulations on making it the second comment. But I don't understand how you hold one person responsible for all humanity. Haha, silly girl.

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Well, doesn't the bride's one true love have the only key like in that fantastic and true to life movie Robin Hood: Men in Tights?

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Everyone knows robin hood men in tights was a documentary. The movie producers stuck to a strictly historical telling of accounts.

This fml shows why sex ed classes should be mandatory in high school. I feel for you OP, it must have been quite an annoying conversation to have.

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Sex Ed needs to start earlier, both at home and in school. If you wait until high school, you potentially have a complete reality show cast.

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Where I live, we don't ever get an actual sex ed class, but they explained the basics in 6th grade and then went into immense detail in 9th grade science class.

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High school? I fear it may be too late by then. it should be in elementary school. kids nowadays start very early

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They start with the basics of what all the parts are in 5th grade here and are on contraception by 9th grade

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i had my first sex ed class in 3rd grade then in the 5th and 6th grades and then once again in 9th grade. I don't remember seeing any pregnant girls so I feel that my school district did pretty well in that aspect.

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