I'm ok with sexual education being taught openly in schools, so long as the
schools aren't giving several different "alternative lifestyles" as
choices they can make and be perfectly accepted.
Ok... online huh? Where does that leave the 40% (just in Salt Lake County NOT
taking into consideration the rural rural community) who don't have
internet? Don't imagine the legislators want them to go to the library to
go on the website.What a waste of education money.
Tip of the hat to these students who spoke out on this issue. Whether or not
you agree with their opinion, at least they came out and spoke thoughtfully and
rationally on the subject. That's better than what you get from 99% of the
political discussion you hear from so-called "adults" in this country.
If parents don't teach them, and the Schools won't teach them,
that leaves just porn sights on the internet to teach them.And
then we ask ourselves why Utah is #1 in on-line porn....
What is the truth?- Well, not your name I guess, because according to an article
in the SLTrib from last summer, 85.5% of Utahns have internet. Second only to
New Hampshire. An overwhelming majority could benefit by using this, don't
let 14.5% hold you down.
What cuts down on teen pregnancy? Education.
Here we go again, some Utah legislators doing their best to prevent schools from
educating our kids. The only chance some of our kids have to become decent
people is in our schools.
Pagan- there are a couple more things too, but education is a great start for