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By BreechInEducation - / Sunday 27 November 2016 06:55 /
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  Dat_Class_Tho  |  26

Or this is one of those things that some kids believe but is EASILY corrected by a simple sex-ed class in middle school or high school. Either he didn't pay attention in school, or his school doesn't allow sex-ed classes and he is living proof of why they should reconsider.

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  gatorclay97  |  28

Thanks for that of topic rant.

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  Lalala579121  |  27

10, I'm pretty sure you could find much better proof than that, no? I mean, one person not knowing something as minor as this isn't exactly life-alerting or even a cause for alarm. They're certainly not going to reconsider if this is your best evidence.

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  Dat_Class_Tho  |  26

#14, I'm sensing you don't quite get the concept of exaggeration for comedic purposes, no? Someone getting all the way to adulthood without realizing that it is impossible for a baby to be shat out through the colon/anus is equal parts hilarious and tragic. Not cause for emergency, but also not "minor". This wasn't meant to be a serious debate, but if you want to go that route; One of the best arguments is the fact that teen pregnancy and STDs happen 60% more often in schools that teach "abstinence only" (or have no sex ed classes at all) instead of comprehensive sex education. (a star with the words "THE MORE YOU KNOW" trailing after it floats past...)

By  InfiniteSunshine  |  32

Lol, I was a breech baby. Luckily the doctor was able to flip me around before I was born, he had to do it twice as I just didn't want to stay the right way. Maybe he thinks this way because breech babies are often born bum/butthole first themselves? Sorry, but your boyfriend's misinformation is both hilarious and stupid. This is why comprehensive sex ed is needed and should be mandatory.

By  melana09  |  19

Well if you really like him then give him the correct information.

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