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Should Comprehensive Sex Education be Mandatory?
Abstinence-only education offers a set of unique benefits.
Abstinence is the only way to prevent
Abstinence-only education results in better relationships for teenagers.
The only way to reduce teenage unwanted pregnancies is to teach abstinence-only programs.
Abstinence-only programs can have positive impacts on teenagers and their futures.
in a delay in sex and reduces recent sexual activity.
It is incredibly unrealistic to expect abstinence-only programmes to keep many teenagers from engaging in sexual acts altogether. This being the case, it is much safer that they are equipped with the knowledge that only a mandatory sexual education can provide.
Abstinence-only programs are often shame-based, for they portray that a woman's self-worth is directly linked to their virginity.
Other forms of sexual education like abstinence-only programs are particularly harming for women.
Research has shown that abstinence-only programs are problematic and
do not achieve
their intended goals.