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Éducation sexuelle: trop peu, trop tard? Trop progressistes, les nouveaux cours d’éducation sexuelle en Ontario? Ce lundi, le gouvernement ontarien dévoilait le contenu de son nouveau programme d’éducation sexuelle dédié aux élèves de la première à la douzième année.

Trop progressistes, les nouveaux cours d’éducation sexuelle en Ontario?

Des parents, des groupes religieux et des membres du parti conservateur s’inquiètent de l’effet de cette réforme sur la jeunesse de l’Ontario. Pas moi. Vous ne le voyez pas, mais je suis debout derrière mon clavier et j’applaudis. Je crois que les élèves ontariens sont fort chanceux de pouvoir discuter de sexualité tout au long de leur parcours scolaire, au fil de leur développement physique et émotif. J’aime la constance de cette approche, mais encore plus le fait que les cours aient été actualisés.

Expliquer ce qu’est le cunnilingus, le sexe anal et le «sextage» (envoi de textos à caractère sexuel) à des élèves en 7e année? C’est tout comme le fait de jaser de puberté avec des élèves en 4e année: ce n’est pas trop tôt, c’est au contraire rassurant. Sex Education For The Real World. On the Critical Hotness of Enthusiastic Consent. THE SEX TALK: 10 TIPS! Educations sexuelles : La sexualité enseignée aux lycéens. What Kids Think Sex Is. Less Harmful Language.

What If We Admitted to Children That Sex Is About Pleasure? A couple of months ago, the sex education notice came home in my nine-year-old son’s backpack.

What If We Admitted to Children That Sex Is About Pleasure?

I didn’t realize that, in our district, sex ed starts in the fourth grade. Another sign of the state having more access to my baby than I sometimes wish. When I handed the note to my mate at the dinner table, our son said with something of a proud smile, “I told Mrs. Reverby we’ve already talked about it at home.” The mate and I looked at each other and obviously had the same thought. And quite a lot about sex. “You know,” my mate said to our son, “this is one of those times when you have to not help the teacher even if you know how something works.” I busted out laughing at the admonition. The mate and I agreed the reference to HIV/AIDS must be code to tell us they’d be talking about homosexuality. “I know,” he answered. But really. So I had explained that it was normal, and he wanted to hear about the mechanics, like he always did about everything.

She laughed. What If We Admitted to Children That Sex Is About Pleasure? Teens and Social Media: More than Just Facebook. Have you heard the news about Facebook?

Teens and Social Media: More than Just Facebook

Article after article say that Facebook has a problem—teen engagement is on the decline. Does this spell doom for the world’s largest social network? Hardly. The official word is that millions of teens are still on Facebook, and the number of teens using the social network are holding steady. Facebook is just one of many places where teens are online. What’s Hot With Teens Right Now Snapchat Snapchat offers teens a simpler, more private social experience than Facebook. Instagram Instagram’s popular photo sharing service got a big boost when it let users share video. Vine Twitter launched Vine in 2013, and it shares its parent’s penchant for keeping things brief.

Tumblr Tumblr has grown into one of the largest blogging platforms, and it’s very popular with teens and young adults. Messenger Apps WhatsApp, Kik, Facebook Messenger and other messenger apps let teens communicate one on one or with a group of friends. Teens and Social Media: More than Just Facebook. Idaho Teacher Under Investigation For Saying 'Vagina' During Biology Lesson. Yes, it's really true. The 10th grade science teacher is being investigated by the Professional Standards Commission of his school, for uttering the word vagina during a biology lesson.

Some parents are upset at this teacher for using a word straight out of the approved textbook, and are seeking to have him investigated. Under what actual grounds they might have a case is not at all clear however. The students are already even given the option to opt out of the horror of having to hear a term that designates a female organ. Tim McDaniel, who teaches 10th grade science at Dietrich School, told the Twin Falls Times-News that four parents were upset when they learned that his lesson included the word “vagina” and information about the biology behind female orgasm.

Maybe he should have just distributed the pocket guide to euphemisms for vagina? These people must not own TV's, because all one need do to hear the word spoken is turn it on and watch any sitcom that plays at 8:00 PM.