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INTRODUCTION

Education in our is based on both Western and eastern ideology and philosophy influences by the United States, Spain, and it’s neighboring Asian countries. The quality of education has always been the government’s top priority. As a matter of fact, to address the people basic’s need, Pres. Benigno Aquino III signed the P1.8 trillion national budgets of 2012 allocating P238.8 billion for education “the biggest budget of all departments”. Hitherto, the government’s persistence to offer the best education to the youth remains a struggle concerning not only in the budget, but the curriculum itself. The proposed inclusion of sex education to both elementary and high school level evoked varying opinions, huge deal of argument and debates in Philippines senate. The incorporation of the said proposal in our education was pushed by the former Education Secretary Mona Valisno and Undersecretary Ramon Bacani. Opinions are bisecting which groups agree and disagree. We all know that Philippines are predominantly a Christian country, the Centre of Christian in South East. A home where being a conservative person lingers as tradition. Approximately, more than 80% of the inhabitants are mainly Catholics. But what baffles me, is that albeit of a well-practiced conventionalism , prostitution remains invincible. Heighten figures of early/unwanted pregnancy, cybersex business sprouting anywhere and the alarming rate of HIV increases. Aforementioned above are just few of the many problems which resulted from lack of information and zero knowledge in sex education.

In order for us to find solutions to the problem is to acknowledge what the problem is.

It is not a coincidence that Harry Thomas (US Ambassador) said in a statement, that 40% of male tourists visit Philippines for prostitutes. Neither the sexual insult of this American radio host Adam Corolla had implied that the Philippines are a country of whores, prostitutes and sex workers. To add injury to this...