11 May, 2007

Sex ed debated in the classroom

Video is available over at uaestudents.blogspot here.

8 comments:

Hatem said...

I couldn’t see the video; I don’t know if it’s removed or something is wrong with my pc. Anyway, sex education is a real good thing that – in my opinion – its basics must be taught in schools, and the more advanced things in well advertised books and popular websites, but I think that these things are already out there...

fake balushi said...
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Anonymous said...

Balushi
I saw the video too, I think the idea is that in this part of the world, cultural sensitivity regarding sex can lead to big social problems like STDs, unplanned children and, oh, losing your virginity to a school teacher!

samuraisam said...

fake balushi: keep on posting stupid crap and I'll ban you.

Anonymous said...

In most Arab countries there is sex education in schools.There is nothing wrong with it. Proffesional doctors come to schools and educate the students.However, female doctors educate the girls & male doctors educate the boys.This was done since the 80s & in some Arab countries it was done since the 60s.This is not a taboo like some people imagine.The Arab world is full of open minded people & scholars. Many Arabs travelled to the West and are involved in education and research.

Sex and Dubai said...

Sex education is extremely relevant and important in today's UAE classrooms, both private and government. With the rising number of prostitutes and homosexuality in the country and the lack of awareness of STD's and contraceptions - a disaster is just waiting to happen.

Even if discussed in the context of marital sex, it would go a long way.

fake balushi said...

hey What happened to my posts?

Samuraisam!

I will have to have a word with your Manager about This!!!

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