I'm not sure how it's done in the USA but it's certainly not boosted with sex ed here at all. Sometimes I think it's sad that less people are getting married or that they are getting divorced quickly as have rushed into marriages that really will not last.
So I was wondering this morning whether it should be taught in schools. Even tenets of a good marriage and ways to keep it alive as well as when not to rush into things etc! I'm not sure it would do anything for the teenage pregnancy statistics, but they've happened for the last goodness knows how many centuries (they were just better hidden!). Instead maybe we could produce some more stable teenagers?
If they do teach it in the US/whatever country you are in do you agree with it being taught or do you think they should do it differently in any way? (technically they teach it here, but it's more a of a mention it once topic as in "some people get married")
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