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Sex Erectile Dysfunction in public schools
« on: January 27, 2015, 08:04:47 PM »

My belief is that we really need to teach kids about the penis anatomy and the horrible consequences of injuries to these regions.

Sex education in a lot of the US is not comprehensive--I should know, because I went through it and learned nothing useful.

Boys need to understand their own bodies, and girls need to understand that they need to be delicate with boys' sex organs. This is not the time for Victorian prudishness--peyronie's disease can take over a person's life, and while it can be managed, it would be so much better if it could be prevented.

We need to get this out there in the US, Canada, Europe, and elsewhere, to stop the next generation from suffering fates like this.
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Re: Sex Erectile Dysfunction in public schools
« Reply #1 on: January 27, 2015, 09:57:32 PM »

My wife and I counsel young married couples who really don't even understand the basics of anatomy or sex. Porn and magazines clearly don't portray real life for real married couples.
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Re: Sex Erectile Dysfunction in public schools
« Reply #2 on: January 29, 2015, 08:49:48 PM »

I agree.  The only thing I remember from sex education was talk about stds and pregnancy and various birth control methods, with the main message being "use a condom!".  My generation grew up on porn and thinking that rough sex and crazy positions are normal, and that's how I injured my penis and developed peyronie's disease. 

At the same time I think it would be hard to get the idea across to people that they need to be gentle and careful and that sex should be about pleasure rather than being rough.  It's hard for kids to take things like sex Erectile Dysfunction seriously sometimes especially if it would be seen as uncool to be gentle and careful during sex.  Guys think you have to "F^@% hard" and pound girls to be a man, but that is completely BS.  Guys want to copy porn and do crazy positions without realizing how dangerous it can be. 

There should at least be an effort to discuss the anatomy and explain that the penis is really a very delicate organ.  Discussion of peyronie's disease and other penile injuries could help people understand that they need to be careful with their penises. 
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Re: Sex Erectile Dysfunction in public schools
« Reply #3 on: January 29, 2015, 11:21:52 PM »

My sex Erectile Dysfunction in public school wasn't that informative, although I can't say I paid to much attention at the time, I remember being shown lots of std slides, so much more to learn about pregnancy.  I learned a lot through porn actually and researching ovulation on the internet.  I think sex Erectile Dysfunction in public schools needs to be done and done well, we can avoid so many unwanted pregnancies that way by a collection of methods. 

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