|sex ed: how?
||[Mar. 31st, 2011|10:50 am]
The Question Club
This isn't really a question, but TEN questions! I'd appreciate your help :)|
I'm in English 102: First Year Composition this semester, and I have the chance to present a persuasive paper on sex ed and the most effective way to both prepare students for sex and lower unplanned pregnancy. I really want the chance to gather some info from many people on various styles of sex ed and feelings they brought up, what they did right, what they did wrong, etc. If anyone wants to participate, your answers will be kept completely anonymous and only used for the purpose of statistics. If you have any questions, you can reach me on Facebook under Tam Brooks, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or just send me a PM on LJ.
(Poll goes here!)
Edited to add a question here: If you have kids and tried to talk to them about sex, how'd that make you feel? Was it awkward? Did you get drunk and point out hot people like my mom did? What do you think of the idea, "if you're having sex, I want you to do it in my house?" Is there anything you wish you'd covered?
Edited to add again: I've been enlightened to the rules. Thanks to those who filled out my poll, those who gave answers in comments, and those who said silly things like no1curr. If you don't want to "do my homework" for me, that's fine...it's a survey, which, yes, is for a class, but is also for my own personal interest, as this relates to the career I've chosen. I could just quote statistics, but I'm hoping that by generating my own, as informal as they may be, may heighten my credibility.