I don't know about you, but if I were trying to teach children about safe sex... I'd mention the failure rates. That seems like pretty important information.
But not very, "sex positive", which is what Comprehensive Sexuality Education is all about.
I guess "Comprehensive" doesn't necessarily mean it includes all of the facts.
"Where is your evidence they say this?"
"The FLASH curriculum is the most widely used in Our State and it is on OSPI’s pre-reviewed list from which schools can choose if they can’t afford to create their own"
"So-called "comprehensive" sex ed programs teach only two reasons why it's in a student's best interest to wait."
"too much for school"
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