Sex Education and Social Education


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Sex Education and Social Education
Most people will agree that a better way to teach sex education is needed in the school system. This topic of sex education is the focus in Jessica Fields book (2008), Risky Lessons: Sex Education and Social Inequality, as she tells about her personal experience with sex education. Sex education in the educational system fails to provide the information that is needed for adolescents to make good decisions about sex. Risky Lessons: Sex Education and Social Inequality by Jessica Fields (2008) discusses her own sex education, and then she discusses topics ranging from pleasure and desire to sexually transmitted diseases as she covers most topics concerning sex and social inequality.
Fields discusses how her...
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.....ion should not be abstinence only. She makes sense in the way she discusses abstinence only sex education and how this approach does not work. Fields is also right about how the lack of sex education affects gender, race, and social inequality. Fields, successfully, discusses different topics on sex and she does so in a way that people can easily understand what she is saying. She also provides information on topics that people might want to know concerning sex. Personally, she is right about how sex is not something to be ashamed of having, but that sex is something that should be enjoyed when right decisions are made.
Fields, J. (2008). Risky lessons: Sex education and social inequality. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.