The purpose of this paper is to discuss the two conflicting methods of adolescent sex education and to identify the viewpoints established by each side. The author will explore the impact of sex education on the health and sexual practices of adolescents. The government’s involvement in support and funding of sex education programs will also be reviewed.
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