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8 Indians Reveal What They Were Taught In Sex Education Class At School And Their Answers Prove Everything That's Wrong With The Sex Culture In India

Priyambada Dubey | Last Modified - May 15, 2017, 05:37 PM IST

We were told not to discuss with the boys whatever we were taught.
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    In India, you are not supposed to talk about the ‘bees and the birds’. Why? Because talking about it alone is taboo. It is against our culture to talk about something that includes sex, menstruation, pubic hair and sex organs. In a society like this, what do you expect sex education to be like?
    Yes, sex education is definitely a part of our education system (in some schools though) but what they teach and how they teach in the name of sex education is questionable. The information that they give is incomplete, poor and inadequate. In some schools they skip the entire chapter on the human reproduction system, in others boys and girls are educated on sex in separate rooms.
    So where do you think our younger generation go to in order to get some knowledge about sex, and healthy sex for that matter? They depend on porn and their peers and the information they receive is mostly faulty. For someone who has absolutely no idea about sex, taking information from porn is nothing but purely dangerous.
    A website recently conducted a survey in which it asked people from 77 countries on what sex education is like in their countries. The answers that Indians gave are forcing us to emphasize on the importance of sex ed in schools again and again.
    **courtesy: BuzzFeed
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    In India, you are not supposed to talk about the ‘bees and the birds’. Why? Because talking about it alone is taboo. It is against our culture to talk about something that includes sex, menstruation, pubic hair and sex organs. In a society like this, what do you expect sex education to be like?
    Yes, sex education is definitely a part of our education system (in some schools though) but what they teach and how they teach in the name of sex education is questionable. The information that they give is incomplete, poor and inadequate. In some schools they skip the entire chapter on the human reproduction system, in others boys and girls are educated on sex in separate rooms.
    So where do you think our younger generation go to in order to get some knowledge about sex, and healthy sex for that matter? They depend on porn and their peers and the information they receive is mostly faulty. For someone who has absolutely no idea about sex, taking information from porn is nothing but purely dangerous.
    A website recently conducted a survey in which it asked people from 77 countries on what sex education is like in their countries. The answers that Indians gave are forcing us to emphasize on the importance of sex ed in schools again and again.
    **courtesy: BuzzFeed
  • +7 See more slides
    In India, you are not supposed to talk about the ‘bees and the birds’. Why? Because talking about it alone is taboo. It is against our culture to talk about something that includes sex, menstruation, pubic hair and sex organs. In a society like this, what do you expect sex education to be like?
    Yes, sex education is definitely a part of our education system (in some schools though) but what they teach and how they teach in the name of sex education is questionable. The information that they give is incomplete, poor and inadequate. In some schools they skip the entire chapter on the human reproduction system, in others boys and girls are educated on sex in separate rooms.
    So where do you think our younger generation go to in order to get some knowledge about sex, and healthy sex for that matter? They depend on porn and their peers and the information they receive is mostly faulty. For someone who has absolutely no idea about sex, taking information from porn is nothing but purely dangerous.
    A website recently conducted a survey in which it asked people from 77 countries on what sex education is like in their countries. The answers that Indians gave are forcing us to emphasize on the importance of sex ed in schools again and again.
    **courtesy: BuzzFeed
  • +7 See more slides
    In India, you are not supposed to talk about the ‘bees and the birds’. Why? Because talking about it alone is taboo. It is against our culture to talk about something that includes sex, menstruation, pubic hair and sex organs. In a society like this, what do you expect sex education to be like?
    Yes, sex education is definitely a part of our education system (in some schools though) but what they teach and how they teach in the name of sex education is questionable. The information that they give is incomplete, poor and inadequate. In some schools they skip the entire chapter on the human reproduction system, in others boys and girls are educated on sex in separate rooms.
    So where do you think our younger generation go to in order to get some knowledge about sex, and healthy sex for that matter? They depend on porn and their peers and the information they receive is mostly faulty. For someone who has absolutely no idea about sex, taking information from porn is nothing but purely dangerous.
    A website recently conducted a survey in which it asked people from 77 countries on what sex education is like in their countries. The answers that Indians gave are forcing us to emphasize on the importance of sex ed in schools again and again.
    **courtesy: BuzzFeed
  • +7 See more slides
    In India, you are not supposed to talk about the ‘bees and the birds’. Why? Because talking about it alone is taboo. It is against our culture to talk about something that includes sex, menstruation, pubic hair and sex organs. In a society like this, what do you expect sex education to be like?
    Yes, sex education is definitely a part of our education system (in some schools though) but what they teach and how they teach in the name of sex education is questionable. The information that they give is incomplete, poor and inadequate. In some schools they skip the entire chapter on the human reproduction system, in others boys and girls are educated on sex in separate rooms.
    So where do you think our younger generation go to in order to get some knowledge about sex, and healthy sex for that matter? They depend on porn and their peers and the information they receive is mostly faulty. For someone who has absolutely no idea about sex, taking information from porn is nothing but purely dangerous.
    A website recently conducted a survey in which it asked people from 77 countries on what sex education is like in their countries. The answers that Indians gave are forcing us to emphasize on the importance of sex ed in schools again and again.
    **courtesy: BuzzFeed
  • +7 See more slides
    In India, you are not supposed to talk about the ‘bees and the birds’. Why? Because talking about it alone is taboo. It is against our culture to talk about something that includes sex, menstruation, pubic hair and sex organs. In a society like this, what do you expect sex education to be like?
    Yes, sex education is definitely a part of our education system (in some schools though) but what they teach and how they teach in the name of sex education is questionable. The information that they give is incomplete, poor and inadequate. In some schools they skip the entire chapter on the human reproduction system, in others boys and girls are educated on sex in separate rooms.
    So where do you think our younger generation go to in order to get some knowledge about sex, and healthy sex for that matter? They depend on porn and their peers and the information they receive is mostly faulty. For someone who has absolutely no idea about sex, taking information from porn is nothing but purely dangerous.
    A website recently conducted a survey in which it asked people from 77 countries on what sex education is like in their countries. The answers that Indians gave are forcing us to emphasize on the importance of sex ed in schools again and again.
    **courtesy: BuzzFeed
  • +7 See more slides
    In India, you are not supposed to talk about the ‘bees and the birds’. Why? Because talking about it alone is taboo. It is against our culture to talk about something that includes sex, menstruation, pubic hair and sex organs. In a society like this, what do you expect sex education to be like?
    Yes, sex education is definitely a part of our education system (in some schools though) but what they teach and how they teach in the name of sex education is questionable. The information that they give is incomplete, poor and inadequate. In some schools they skip the entire chapter on the human reproduction system, in others boys and girls are educated on sex in separate rooms.
    So where do you think our younger generation go to in order to get some knowledge about sex, and healthy sex for that matter? They depend on porn and their peers and the information they receive is mostly faulty. For someone who has absolutely no idea about sex, taking information from porn is nothing but purely dangerous.
    A website recently conducted a survey in which it asked people from 77 countries on what sex education is like in their countries. The answers that Indians gave are forcing us to emphasize on the importance of sex ed in schools again and again.
    **courtesy: BuzzFeed
  • +7 See more slides
    In India, you are not supposed to talk about the ‘bees and the birds’. Why? Because talking about it alone is taboo. It is against our culture to talk about something that includes sex, menstruation, pubic hair and sex organs. In a society like this, what do you expect sex education to be like?
    Yes, sex education is definitely a part of our education system (in some schools though) but what they teach and how they teach in the name of sex education is questionable. The information that they give is incomplete, poor and inadequate. In some schools they skip the entire chapter on the human reproduction system, in others boys and girls are educated on sex in separate rooms.
    So where do you think our younger generation go to in order to get some knowledge about sex, and healthy sex for that matter? They depend on porn and their peers and the information they receive is mostly faulty. For someone who has absolutely no idea about sex, taking information from porn is nothing but purely dangerous.
    A website recently conducted a survey in which it asked people from 77 countries on what sex education is like in their countries. The answers that Indians gave are forcing us to emphasize on the importance of sex ed in schools again and again.
    **courtesy: BuzzFeed

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