- A deliberate, separate, candid regime that leaves no stone unturned
- Putting in place certification of some sort on sex education
As regards the first angle, no doubt sex education should be a subject of its own taught throughout different stages of education. Here's what could be called a skeleton course outline:
What is Reproduction/Sex?
SEX EDUCATION-101 COURSE OUTLINE
a) Definitions, perceptions
b) Variations: Kawa, oral, anal, fellatio, cunnilingus etc etc.
OK, the only obstacle here is to establish at what stage to teach kids the above. . .you know, balance between the threat of knowing too much versus the risk of kids sexperimenting
This, of course, is for the more grown up student
a) Positions: Definitions. Pros and cons.
b) Tantric sex : I be hearing this tantra word too much nowdays
c) G-spot politics: Statement, critique with a discussive sub unit, Does It Exsist?
d) Other erogenous zones, how to utilize them
e) Financial dynamics. Suggested reading. 'Cost of P*ssy', Anon
a)Conceptions of gender roles and how this affects sex/sexuality
b)What men, women really want-discussive
a) Contraception : Definition, critique of every concievable method
b) STDs, STIs
c) Homesexuality, Lesbianism- discussive
Some sort of suggested reading and critique.My examples:
a)'Freud: A feminist introduction' , Jacques Lacan. Interesting theories on the psychology of sex
b)'Prisoner of Sex', Norman Mailer'. Mailer rips open feminism and othes aspects of sex quite skilfully, mixing fact and fiction.
c)'Bound to Violence', Yambo Ouloguem. Historical fiction on the extreme end of things. Suggest to advanced students only.
d)''Man of the People', Chinua Achebe. Need i say more?
Targets mainly kids and women who usually have no clue on legal actions to take after sexual harassment, violation etc. Reccomended reading of relevant sections of the Penal Code and the Sexual Offences Act ( http://www.thesexualoffencesact.com)
The argument is that; you know the way in the ICT sector theres a standard and protocol for everything, sijui A+, C++, ICDL? So why cant we have an official standard/certification for sexual education that should be a reruirment for such things as admission to university and marriage? Thus one will be compelled to prepare for and pass some examination of sorts that should be FULLY government funded. Result: a more educated universtiy crowds and stabler, more satisfied marriages.
Kudos to kenyan media especially Capital and Classic of late for trying to address these issues.Maybe a lobby group should come up to compel the Ministry of Education to move.For now, lets wallow in ignorance.Yay!
As a pal of myn says, Nirvana is 40 orgasm years away. . .
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