Teachable moments—opportunities to discuss sexuality issues with children—occur on a daily basis.From the moment of birth, children learn about love, touch, and relationships.In this case it is possible to speak about first love, first disillusionment and despair.Doubtless, very few parents decide to discuss the problem of dating with their children.They do not think that this topic is worth attention.As a result, their children make mistakes, make wrong decisions and ruin their lives.
It encompasses sexual development, sexual and reproductive health, interpersonal relationships, affection, intimacy, body image, and gender roles. Parents and caregivers are—and ought to be—the primary sexuality educators of their children.
The first party claims that teenagers must not date until they are at least 18.
Such parents believe that their children must not waste time on such useless things.
back to top The primary goal of school-based sexuality education is to help young people build a foundation as they mature into sexually healthy adults.
School-based sexuality education should be designed to complement and augment the sexuality education children receive from their families, religious and community groups, and health care professionals.