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Friday, November 24, 2017

Tweet Scoop: Anne Curtis on Teaching Sex Education in Schools

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    1. Hindi lang tungkol sa sexual intercourse or sexual relationship ang sex education.

      Kasama diyan ang sexual health katulad ng reproductive health, STD, mammogram, pap smear, prostate issues, etc.

      Hindi porke simabi na sex education, akala mo, tungkol lang sa pagse-sex.

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  2. As a Mom. I prefer that I be the one to teach my children. Akward man, Atleast alam ko wnat they are learning. Sa US di ko sila binigyang permission to attend the class kase nakita ko that most kids were more excited to get condoms and pills!!! Religious and personal beliefs as a Mom na this is my role.

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    1. As long as you are fully equipped to teach, why not. Sex education does not only entails sexual intercourse. Kasama dyan and human reproductive system, STD’s, mammogram, papsmear, other tests....

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    2. as with everything, there should be a partnership between the school and the home. while i understand your apprehension about sex education being taught in schools, i believe that teachers are more oftentimes better equipped at teaching and handling whatever questions our kids may have about this topic. sex education does not only pertain to the act itself, it also covers the physiological and possible psychological effects it may have on people, particularly to girls. admittedly, i wouldn't be too confident about discussing the various stds that one can contract with unprotected sex. kailangan lang ng tulungan and balance between the home and school.

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    3. Sabihin nyo na lang sa mga bata magiging pabigat kayo sa iba lalo na sa magulang nyo kapag nagbuntis ung mga anak nyo. Sabihin parang awa nyo na. Utang na loob ako sundin nyo hindi syota nyo. Ang hirap ng pera. Ganun walang paligoy ligoy.

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    4. Nasa magulang din yan . Kasi puro putak kaya ung bata tumitigas ung ulo.

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    5. Dapat kasi may roleplay kung saan magkakanak sila. Tapos may mga response ung magulang at tao kapag nakakita ng batang buntis para maaware sila na ayokong maging ganyan. Tapos ipakita kapag grumaduate ka maganda buhay.

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    6. Geez, I can't imagine my family, let alone my mom, teach me sexed. That would be so awkward for me. I'd rather get it from school, or like in my case, from our family physician.

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    7. @615 gusto ko yang ganyan. rekta kung rekta. dahil yun naman ang totoo.

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  3. Nooo way. Its a very sensitive issue. Mas lalong gugulo lang ang K to 12. I am a teacher so i must know

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    1. You put malice, that’s why it becomes a sensitive issue

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    2. What you know might not always be the best.

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    3. First of all I think it is the parents who should undergo sex education first. Dapat tanggalin sa isip nila ang malice. Sex education does not mean that they kids can go and have sex. After all it is still their choice based on their upbringing and religious belief. Sex education means showing the kids the biological, physiological and physical changes their bodies undergo what happens when they engage in sex, the consequences they face and if they chose to do it, the kind of protection that they can chose to avoid unwanted pregnancies and possibly STDs. I went to a catholic school and I remember vividly that in a science class we were shown a movie of what happens when an egg and a sperm are fertilized (in a biological perspective), the stages of the fertilization until it becomes a fetus and how the fetus develops. How hormones affect our moods and even sexual feelings and arousal, how we can be in control. Then we were shown the birth of the baby. Bloody hell that was our way of introduction to a part of sex ed. We were shown what happens when at the age of puberty the girls menstruate. The biological changes a girl undergoes when our uterus are biologically prepared for fertilization and pregnancy. For those who do not know sex ed does not only include use of condoms and other contraceptives it includes the changes boys and girls undergo during puberty, how copulation can lead to fertilization of egg and sperm and pregnancy. Basically, adults muna dapat ang mag karoon ng malice free background before they can effectively be sex educators. If teens are made aware of the hormonal changes in their physiological make up then they can be in control of their urges. A qualified sex educator is a must with a good knowledge of the things I have mentioned above.

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    4. Pero it will help sa future ng mga bata. Minsan ang mga teenagers nagpapadala sa init ng katawan tapos dahil nabuntis hindi nakakatapos. It talks about contraceptives which will also cover any diseases that will lower the chances of it being transmitted. Parang kung gagawin mo din yun dapat wag mahiya kang bumili ng contraceptives. Hindi naman ineencourage sila na gawin yun pero kung hindi mapigilan try to lower chances they might regret. Baka nga gumulo sa mga teachers pero very important lalo na ang mga parents minsan nahihiya pagusapan ang ganyan topic.

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    5. Hindi tayo uunlad as a country if puro ganyan. Gaano kadaming teenage pregnancies at HIV positive (sexually transmitted) ang kailangan para maisip natin na kailangan ng sex ed.

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    6. 1:54 you owned it! hit the nail exactly on the head!

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  4. Pampam din tong si anne eh. Huwag ganon. Sa australia pwede kasi liberated pero phil is a conservative country. See the difference

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    1. I dont think Philippines is still a conservative country.

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    2. What?!?! What kind of mentality is this?

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    3. Ate reality yan kahit ano sabihin mo kelangan matuto ang tao pano gumamit ng contraceptive.

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    4. Katawa!! Haha! Conservative ang pilipinas pero ginagawang hobby ang sex at pag gawa ng anak. Mga masa kailangan yan

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    5. It's not consevativity but ignorance. I am a teenage mom. If i had known more about contraception and pregnancy , I wouldn't get pregnant. Wag niyo sabihin na i should kept my legs closed kasi for sure malalandi din kayo.

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    6. Kapag nagbigay ng opinion ang isang tao, papansin agad? What kind of thinking is that?

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    7. 12:29 pampam na kaagad kung yon ang paniniwala nya. Eh conservative ka dyan. Noon sigurong 1923 yang sinasabi nong kapanahunan ninyo ni Tandang Sora. But wit todays youth ibahin mo. Fact yan ateh magmatyag kng mabuti at ng maging open minded ka. Wag umistambay sa loob ng kweba. Panahon na ng Jadine ngayon no. Matagal ng lipas sina Susan At Eddie.

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    8. 12:29 ang sabi nya she HOPES the DepEd would be open to it. Hindi naman namilit. Plus, being conservative doesn’t mean being ignorant.

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    9. What has being conservative and God-fearing done to the Philippines?, We are just drowning in poverty due to ignorance and false piety

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    10. Look what we have become dahil sa pananaw mo na conservative ang Philippines while liberal sa ibang bansa. It’s about time that we move along with the changes in the society. Wala na tayo sa panahon ng baro’t saya po.

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    11. 1250am you can always control yourself, bakit mo tinatawag na malalandi yung mga tao na hindi katulad mong maagang lumandi? Kung nagsisisi ka sa ginawa mo, problema mo na yan.

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    12. @12:50 te wag mo lahatin...di lahat katulad bata pa lang lumandi na. Kung may self control sa mga bagay hindi mo pa dapat ginagawa at may respeto ka sa pagpapakahirap ng magulang mo hindi mo ilalagay sa sitwasyon na ganyan ang sarili mo. Wag mo isisi sa kamangmangan ang maagang pagbubuntis.

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    13. conservative country ka dyan? kahit san ka nga mag punta dito sa pilinas parang may factory ng baby e. kaloka. ang problema ng pilipinas ay yung mga Pa sensitive kuno pero sila din yung nag e engage sa mga ganung gawain.

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    14. Bakit? effective ba ang abstinence? 100+ million na ang mga pinoy. Hintayin mo pang maging 1billion? Hindi conservative ang bansa natin, more like hypocrites. Ayaw pag usapan ang sex pero lagi naman ginagawa. Hindi naman masama to be informed. Para alam din ng kabataan yung options nila. Hindi pwedeng wala at all. Kaya nagkakabuntisan e.

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    15. hoy 12:50 magdahan-dahan ka! di porke lumandi ka at nagpabuntis nang maaga eh igagaya mo na kaming lahat sayo! sarili mo dapat ang kinontrol mo no!

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    16. 12:29 ah kaya pala ang daming teenage pregnancies sa pilipinas kasi "conservative" pa ang mga pinoy. (sarcasm)

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    17. Teh, wake up! Enough of that Phil is a conservative/religious country eklavu mo! This country according na nga sa surveys, has the highest teenage pregnancy rate in SEA, and also one of the highest HIV infection rate! SexEd is badly needed in schools.

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    18. paano yn kung conservative bakit tumataas ang populasyon at teenage pregnancy sa ph hindi nag isip si 12:29!

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    19. Mahigit 100 million ang population sa Pilipinas.

      Ang land area sa Pilipinas kasing-laki lang ng Arizona na may 10 million population. Mahigit 90 million ang difference sa parehong size ng lupa.

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  5. Nope...sex education should be taught by parents and not by teachers dito sa pinas.

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    1. True. with live dramatization pa diba!

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    2. Well parents in this county are poor teachers for they have not guided their kids well.

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    3. Alam mo na maraming sangay ang sex education diba? Not just the simple opening and closing of legs right? Are you equipped to teach the other facets of education?

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    4. 12:41, And you think their children will listen to them? It should be thought in the context of the classroom curriculum. Besides, parents are highly prejudiced due to their religious belief, culture and traditions. Tama si 1:10 there are different aspects of sex ed not just the opening and closing of legs, choices and how to use contraceptives. So 12:41 if parents like you do not know this how can you properly handle giving sex ed to your kids.

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    5. Let’s be real, halos lahat ng parents sa pilipinas conservative. They’d rather not talk about sex because sakanila di na kailangan/nakakahiya pagusapan/dapat mag abstain/etc. Syempre not all parents pero I bet most of them ganyan thinking. Wala naman masama matutunan sa school. It’s something na kailangan matutunan e.

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    6. But not all parents are open. There are parents who are too conservative khit kissing scenes, ndi pa panonoorin ang mga anak nila. So I prefer both. Teachers and parents ang dpt mgturo

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  6. "which could avoid instances of teenage pregnancies .."

    --But it allows sex rin sa teenagers. Free and liberating sex without getting pregnant.

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    1. Ha? Naku halata ang pagiging ignorante 12:52, hindi sexual intercourse ang laman ng sex education...

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    2. Hoy gising! di nila kailangan sex ed para mag sex. Ginagawa na nila e. Kailangan lang nilang matutunan kung anong contraceptive gagamitin para di mabuntis/magkasakit. Pure science ito. Hindi erotica. Kaloka.

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    3. 2:29 we coul all pretend that it isnt. Yes, sex education is more than sexul intercourse, but we all know that IT IS the main issue.

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    4. sex education is more on what will happen before and after sex. it does not include how to do sex. i am so scared about getting diseases after i learned about it from a pehm class discussion about sex ed.

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  7. Eh legal nman kasi abortion s Australia Anne.Andami nga ring teenage pregnancies s states khit may sex ed na.Hindi solusyon ang sex ed.Ang dapat gawin ng pamahalaan ay bigyan ng mas realidad yan s ngayon perodpat ipaintndi n

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    1. Bakit napunta ang topic sa Australia?

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  8. Sex education shouldn't be about religion or if you are conservative or liberated. As the name suggest, it's supposed to educate us about sex just like how we are educated about our reproductive system. It's supposed to form a solid foundation for teenagers to be able to make an informed decision regarding sexual decisions when they grow older. I got pregnant at 17 and looking back, I really wish I had a formal sex education when I was younger. Sex shouldn't be a taboo, we shouldn't be ashamed to discuss these things.

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    1. The changes in our reproductive system, it's biology, physiology everything about it is a big part of sex ed.

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    2. 1.03, so you mean you didn't have an idea that you could get pregnant at all?? Oh come on.

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    3. 1:03 Tama! Ang key words dyan ay education at information.

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    4. We had very little sex ed but tbh it was not taught at how exactly one gets pregnant. No terms and teachings on pene, etc

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    5. 2:54am. if they taught you about the calendar method then you should how women get pregnant.

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  9. Nope...sex education should be taught by parents AND teachers dito sa 'Pinas. 12:41am

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  10. So ang prevalence ng teenage pregnancy iignore na lang at sabihin pa ring sensitive issue? We need to face this problem at hanapan ng solusyon. Sex education is needed at kailangan na ng intervention ng mga eskwelahan dahil all these years maraming magulang ang di kayang I discuss yan sa mga anak, isa na ang pamilya ko jan.

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    1. True, kasi hindi naman maiiwasan ang pre marital sex but at least may idea mga bata sa mga condequences ng gagawin nila.

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  11. No. I would like to know how it will be taught to my kid so i would do it myself. Primary is too early for sex ed dont you think? Baka maaga lang sila macurious at lumaki pang promiscuous.

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    1. teaching it during year 6 and 7 is good because thats when kids usually hit puberty

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    2. primary school is the right time to start sex ed tapos progressing until highschool. sabi nga, daig ng maagap ang masipag.

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    3. 2:37 at 7:12
      leave the kids alone. alam ko mga galawan ng tulad nyo

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  12. They should be taught good values anne not sex ed. At primary talaga?

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    1. Yes primary level is the best way to start. It does not mean you will tell them about copulating. Well we can and start with the birds and the bees. Nakikita rin naman nila yan sa animals, insects. Dogs do it in the streets, lizards do it on the ceiling, birds do their love songs, etc. Simple things like this can be taught to young kids without malice, that it is a natural thing to do and that is how babies and the young came about, not from the stork. Before kayo mag react at ma shock why not take a look at the curriculum of sex ed in other countries and adjust it accordingly to our culture, religious beliefs and traditions. Sex or symbols of it are everywhere, on billboards, on ads, on tv, print media.

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    2. Kesa naman wala silang alam at magbuntisan ng magbuntisan. You can’t rely on just teaching values. Mga pinoy kasi ayaw pag usapan ang SEX e. May napala ba? Wala diba. Sobrang laki na nga population diba.

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  13. "sex education should be taught by parents" actually mahirap din ito eh, ang awkward kaya pagusapan yung ganiyang topics lalo sa parents pa. hahaha. Ako sa pakikipagusap ko na lang sa friends at pagbabasa sa internet ako nagka idea eh.

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  14. Catholic school ako graduate, and yes tinuro sya samin at sa religion class pa mismo. Pero hindi para iencourage na makipag keme kung kani kanino. Para maging wais kami sa mga decisions namin, and para ipakita yung tindi ng responsibilidad. Actually part yung sex education ng discussion about family. Kaya kasama yung roles ng parents and children. Mas okay sakin yung ganung approach kasi hindi papasok sa isip na makipag karat basta basta.

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  15. I see some ignorant people in here. They should put an age limit before they can teach Sex and among other things. And the people commenting about Sex Education, NO! It’s not just sex that they teach you in the program, but also SAFE SEX and what other diseases and consequences you get if you have unprotected sex.

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  16. sex education is more than getting pregnant! you need to educate the kids on using contraceptives or abstinence to avoid diseases such HIV/AIDS and other STDs. AIDS/HIV rates in the PH continues to increase, this is a solution for it

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  17. pwedeng maituro sya pero focus lang sana is yung effects nito pag ginawa mo sa maling panahon at pagkakataon. on the top of that pano maging responsible ang dapat unang tinuturo sa lahat.

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  18. Given the fact that there are kids having period as early as 8yrs old, definitely yes, sex education should be taught at primary level.

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  19. The one who taught me all about sex is my mom and I'm lucky to have a mother who is open with it. She told me everything that I needed to know. When I was a teenager until young adult, Hindi ako nagmadali. I took my time and I'm glad I did. I discovered my own sexuality at the right age and on my own. Not sure if it's ok to teach sex sa mga Bata, but one thing is certain, sex should be taught as something good and not something to be ashamed of. It is part of being a human

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    1. I totally agree. That sex is something we should not be ashamed of. Problem is a lot of our citizens view sex as taboo. Makikita na lang sa thread ng comments here. Labeling people na "malandi". Lack of education leads to unplanned pregnancy, maternal death, increased poverty, HIV etc. Education is key be it for the parents or in the form of school curriculum for our children. I am a mother to a 12 year old girl. I have to admit that I am not ready to discuss this with my daughter who started puberty at age 9. I am not ready because I need guidance from professionals how to do it right, how to discuss this properly without her just ignoring all the points I need to raise, and at the same time earn her respect like how you valued your mom's opinion.

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  20. Sex education should be taught by parents or in school before teenage years. Ang dali ng igoogle ang lahat... haay naku! Better be safe, than sorry...

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  21. Bakit need pang ituro yan eh ginagawa na? I think ang dapat na ituro ay ang pag-iwas sa consequences niyan. Kung paano maging responsible sa mga bagay-bagay. Hindi yong sex education kasi pag tinawag na sex education ituturo mo lahat-lahat ng sangay ng sex which is not good.

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    1. What your talking about is part of the sex education na ituturo..lets be open about this topic..mga bata ngayon are exposed sa internet kaya naeexpose na din sla sa malalaswang bagay na nababasa at nkikita nla sa internet..wag tayong maging denial..i myself nung highschool aq at natutung gumamit ng internet ay nakikita yan...hindi nman siguro puro kabastusan ang ituturo jan...

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    2. That IS sex education. It includes teaching them about the consequences of their actions - biologically, psychologically, mentally - so that they can properly make an informed decisions for themselves and for their bodies. Hopefully it can deter them from making choices that will harm their future if they are aware of the consequences.

      Kala niyo kasi basta may word na "sex" literal na pakikipag sex ang ituturo. Of course not.

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    3. go back to the middle ages!!!

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    4. 7:15 ikaw na ang lord of the manor

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    5. kaya nga mas dapat ituro dahil ginagawa na siya ng mga bata pa.

      to educate is to enlighten. para hindi sila ignorante. para informed sila. para hindi sila tatanga tungkol sa mga katawan nila. para empowered sila, iyon ang purpose ng edukasyon.

      hindi mo sila tuturuan ng mga sexual position o kung paano ma-reach ang best orgasm in 30 seconds.

      hindi masama ang sex. diyan tayo nabuo.
      sex is good when you have consent and you know that you are ready and able. jusko maging progresibo naman tayo kahit in thought na lang.


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  22. Sex education is important dahil ang daming bata na curious at kapag nakabuo ng bata hindi alam ang gagawin.

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  23. Natawa na lang ako sa SexEd should be taught by parents. Tse! Eh kung majority ng mga magulang sa Pilipinas dose-dosena ang anak, do you think they are qualified to teach their kids about reproductive health? There's a reason why our country is over-populated.

    If you are one of the few parents who are capable and willing to teach your child SexEd, then good for you. Pero keep in mind na hindi lahat ng bata may magulang ka kagaya mo. Wag mong ipagkait sa kanila yung chance na ma-educate. Check your privelege.

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  24. Sex education may lower the cases of unreported sexual abuse. The reason why the victims don't report it, is because they are not aware that what they experienced was sexual abuse. Kasi nga nililihim ng mga matatanda, so ang ending clueless ang bata. Sobrang hirap para sa kanila na maintindihan why the abuse feels wrong kasi they don't know it's abuse na pala. Pag tanda nila tsaka lang nila marirealize na minolestya na pala sila, too late na.

    Wag nating gawing ignorante ang mga bata, lalo lang silang magiging madaling biktimahin ng mga matatanda.

    -child abuse counsellor

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    1. Nadale mo, tama ka. Ang batang below 10 ba maintindihan nya na hinihipuan na pala siya? Or paano at kanino sya magsusumbong if that happens?

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  25. i agree with anne. marami na tayo sa pilipinas kailangan nang magbawas.

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  26. Tama naman si Anne!Yung school parang pangalawang tahanan na ng mga bata. dun sila naeexpose at nakikipagsalamuha sa iba. Sa tingin nyo lahat ng parents masasabihan sila? eh mga yun busy din sa trabaho nila. Kung meron time baka kulang pa. Sa school atleast sila sama2x, ung isa magtatanong magkakaroon din kayo ng dagdag kaalaman. Mas magiging malawak ang kaalaman nyo kung nagsshare din ung iba ng mga tanong tapos sasagutin ng teacher. Tama ka dyan anne, yung iba kasi mema eh.

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  27. baka nga pag may sex education na, mas matuto na ang mga bata at iwas sa temptasyon. isipin nila mahirap ang buhay, at lagi yan ituturo sakanila kasi may subject. tapos mahihiya sila tabihan yung crush nila or bf/gf.

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  28. Anne Curtis, doon ka magkalat sa Australia wag sa Pinas.

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    1. Teh 11:26 wag kang magtago sa kweba. Tapos na po ang digmaan andyan ka pa rin.

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    2. 12:14 Ikaw na ang enlightened at progressive

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    3. 12:14 bakit teh may problema ka?

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    4. 11:26/12:29-46.. Eh yang tweet about teenage pregnancy galing sa Unicef na ambassador si Anne. Anong sinasabi mo na sya Australia sya magkalat? Di mo gets ung discussion?

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    5. 3:39 Unicef - New World Order. Go ahead worship your Anne Curtis

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  29. Ako tinuruan na ako ng magulang ko ng sex ed while 6 yrs old pa lang ako. Tinuro din sa school yan nang 11 ako. Hindi problema ang awkwardness ng topic. Yung problema ang increase ng population at STDs. Education TEACHES us to be RESPONSIBLE. Not to be HORNY. Stop thr misconceptions about sex-ed and EDUCATE yourselves!

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  30. Ibalik muna ang Good Manners and Right Conduct GMRC - basic moral foundation for the youth.
    Mga uto uto sa celebrity ek ek

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    1. 12:03 meron pa rin pong ganyan ngayon...personality development ang pinalit dyan but basically almost tbe same. It talks about good manners and right conduct.

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    2. My God, you can be well behaved but ignorant.

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    3. Supposed to be nga pagcelebrity ka dahil sikat k mgpromote ka ng kabutihan eh kasi kilala ka at example ka sa kabataan

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    4. simulan mo sa sarili mo 12:03

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    5. 1:43 uto uto ka kay Anne Curtis

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    6. 1:35 sige nga, what will you tell a six year old - 12:03

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    7. Im gonna tell him/her that no one can touch his/her privates. Teach them about consent! No means no. Gmrc for sure covers that but not in depth like sex ed. Let’s not raise ignorant kids. They should be responsible for thier bodies and their acts.

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  31. eversince nama liberarted n yan si Ann

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  32. Karamihan naman sa mga agang nabubuntis ng maaga eh hindi lang estudyante, madalas eh yung mga mahihirap na hindi kaya makapag-aral.

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  33. One important aspect of sex education is teaching the kids about what is proper and improper when it comes to touching. It teaches teenagers about "consent", para alam nila kung inaabuso na sila or hindi,and when and where to report the abuse. It's to teach them about control, to prevent sexual abuse, teenage pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases. Nagpanic din ako nung naintroduce ang Sex Ed sa Grade 1 sa Ontario Canada. Pero ok din naman pala. They were taught about their private parts and improper touching. Protection din sa dami ng pedophiles ngayon, magandang may alam na sya.

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  34. We want our kids to be informed about their bodies, health, and rights, but will sex education teach them not to engage in sex until they finish school or are responsible enough to have kids? Kasi karamihan ang gusto turuan sila kung ano ang gagawin para huwag mabuntis kahit makipag-sex. Nakalimutan na ng mga tao na turuan ang mga bata rin na huwag makipag-sex ng hindi kasal o kapag wala pa sa tamang edad at maturity. Others may disagree with me on this kasi puros karapatang pantao na ngayon ang iniisip, nakakalimutan na hindi lang rights ang dapat iniisip. Isipin din dapat ang pagiging resonsable at ang mga religious values.

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    1. Sex education is there to give scientific and practical knowledge. Religious values should be taught by parents and the church. Keeping people ignorant does not stop them from having sex. It never has and it never will.

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  35. This is a sensitive topic.Do not impose your western beliefs on our Filipino culture.Hindi man natin aminin pero sa usapang sex ay conservative po ang Pilipinas.It involves the family and the church.Yes you are celebrities but we are defined by our cultural beliefs.Anne as a celebrity has her own western upbringing.Magkaiba po yan

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    1. Proper sex education that the government should mandate should never involve the church. Let parents opt out of it if they want to educate their children themselves, and let churches create their own programs if they wish. Do not deprive others who need it. To have knowledge- life saving knowledge- is pertinent to our progress as a nation.

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    2. Conservative daw, pero ang daming nabubuntis na walang plano.

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  36. dapat ituro na ito ngayon dahil sa taas ng HIV cases sa Pilipinas na puro kabataan pa ang biktima.

    ang saklap pa, ang idea ng sex sa mga bagets ngayon ay nakukuha nila sa pornography na libreng libre sa internet. Porn ang teacher nila at role model nila sa pakikipag talik.

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  37. Too late for pinas. It’s already hopeless.

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