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Q: When is China going to give its' citizens proper sex education?

This child is lucky to be alive.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/baby-rescued-from-beijing-public-toilet_55bf5708e4b06363d5a297f2

 

But when is China going to be serious about providing proper sex education to its' citizens?

Porn is not sex education.

abortion is not contraception -  a good friend of mine (qualified doctor) in China was horrified that abortion is an accepted method of contraception - he pointed out how damaging to a womans' body this is and was not surprised about all the fertility problems the women then went on to have.

 

FFS China grow up and teach your people some responsibility about reproductive issues.

 

 

5 years 11 weeks ago in  Family & Kids - China

 
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Putting more material into the teachings would risk the focus on praising the CCP

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Putting more material into the teachings would risk the focus on praising the CCP

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Indeed, I couldn't agree more with your point. Sex education is a rudimentary and mandatory education that we need to have in our society. Such education will definitely safe many pre-marital child birth cases in high schools, which will by default drop the rate of abortion... 

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Maybe the girl knew how damaging to her body it is to have an abortion. That's why she chose to give birth.

 

Accidents happen, there's no 100% protection.

 

Neither mom nor dad was willing to nor capable of be responsible for their own child.

 

This is not an issue of sex edu, this about growing up, be an adult, take responsibilities and respect life.

 

The first part, people everywhere are facing the same issue. 

 

Not respect life is the real chinese issue. But when you have such a large population and yet you want to pretend to be financially strong, it cannot be done. It's after all a face thing. As far as i know, American gov would pay single mothers for each child they gave birth to, they ended up profit a lot from fucking around. If this applys to china...youll expect to see another 100 million within no time...

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gives me an idea for a business model:

 

 

 

Free Sex Ed Classes

One on One private lessons

Become a Sexxxpert on the ol' In out, In out in 5 minutes or less!

 

 

satisfaction guaranteed or your money back
*female only 

 

 

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I had an idea to set up a 'life skills' type class in Qingdao a few years ago (my background is one in health education) after I found out about the horrific numbers of abortions carried out there from a newspaper article I had read.

I was quite serious about it and it was only when a friend explained to me, at some length, that it would never get off the ground because basically Chinese ppl don't give a shit, and even if they did they definitely didn't give a shit about getting advice from any foreign devil, that my spirit was broken.  Since then I have had a heavy heart about many things Chinese.

Now, years later, I'm sure the witchdoctory, shamanistic way of thinking still reigns supreme.

 

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Not soon.

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