Re: sex education
Well said Tenseiga, I agree with most of what you said there.
I remember my sex eduation classes (talk about embarrassing). It was all fairly comprehensive and I understood the workings of it all, as well as the difference between unprotected and safe sex.
But looking back on it, there was nothing at all about the real life concequences of having child. Maybe that would all be to difficult for young children to understand properly, but I think sex education should inform children (mainly girls) about the difficulties of raising a child, and the pain of childbirth. Call it 'sex eduation pt. 2' or something.
I mean, If I were to have a child right now, my life plans would be in tatters. That's probably my main reason for staying out of 'relationships'.