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    Hey guys! Just wanted to make some debate! (I'm aiming to make more of these)

    As the title says, I'm not sure if it's the correct name, I just translated it from spanish (Educacion Diferenciada). If you don't know what it is, it's the eduaction that's separated by genders. For example, there are 2 schools: A and B. A just has boys in it and B just girls in it. That's it. Just wanted to know your opinions and make some debate.

    In my opinion, is a good idea, because girls and boys learn different. Girls usually become mature before boys, and that affects the way they learn. But instead of the usual sexual education, separating the whole schools, they coud just separate the classes, because out of the school, boys and girls may not be accustomed to the other gender.

    That's a part of my opinion. As the debate starts & continues I will be adding more arguments to my opinion.

    I really hope these is an interesting debate, because is I wrote, I'm aiming to make more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans View Post
    Sex ed. (Sexual education)

    Is the education of sexual intercourse (and the such)

    Lmao
    It can also be used to mean teaching about the different changes that happen to the different genders as they mature.

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    I think you mean separate schools into boy- and girl schools?

    Not a big fan of this though, opposite genders can learn from each other.

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    I think they should have a seperated class, but they should all learn the exact same curriculum. If they were together, it can be very uncomfortable for all of the students.

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    The internet has taught me more than sex-ed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aly View Post
    The internet has taught me more than sex-ed.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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    To me, I think it's best for both genders to get comfortable with each other. We could learn instincts from each other and stuff. Women are different than men, but does that stop us from interacting withh each other?




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    Quote Originally Posted by Areodax View Post
    To me, I think it's best for both genders to get comfortable with each other. We could learn instincts from each other and stuff. Women are different than men, but does that stop us from interacting withh each other?




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    Of course not. People are made for interacting with each other. This boy-girl school thingy is just a dumb idea
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    Quote Originally Posted by LyveWyre View Post
    I think they should have a seperated class, but they should all learn the exact same curriculum. If they were together, it can be very uncomfortable for all of the students.
    I agree with this. But still, why should learning about life be uncomfortable?

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    The internet has taught me more than sex-ed.
    And this is why parents are so worried about their kids spending too much time on the internet.
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    Health class is more of a better term. You really need to know more, health classes can teach decision making in difficult social situations, good diet, STD prevention, etc. more than just learning how to "do it".
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    this is a very important opinion back by science 1000%

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    Sexual education is always been taught with boys by their self learning and girls learning by themselves. It was interesting when I went through it.
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