Why sex education benefits Filipino elemantary and high school students The planned inclusion of sex education in both primary and secondary schools has sparked a great deal of arguments and debates in the Philippines. Since the proposed incorporation of sex education in elementary and high school curriculum pushed by Education Secretary Mona Valisno, various groups have started to voice out their opinion either agreeing or disagreeing with the said notion. More so, a great majority of the inhabitants of the Philippines which is considered as the center of Catholicism in the Asian region and a very conservative country, believe that such aggressive move will result into catastrophic damages. Conservatives primarily the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines (CBCP,) the major governing body of the Roman Catholic Churchin the Philippines believe that such move will induce sex and propagate immoral ideas and virtues. While conservative arguments are respected and greatly appreciated in a constructive manner by this writer, some important points should also be taken into consideration. Thus, this article will try to shed light on such a very controversial issue. Philippines is a Conservative Country?
In this golden age where myths and legends of long ago are being proven false, it's quite amazing that the notion that the Philippines is a conservative country is still considered a solid fact. I myself am a Filipino but am not blinded with all the false hope that lingers within our celebrated culture. More so, do I believe something which my eyes have completely disproved? - certainly not. The truth on the matter is that the Philippines, given all the euphoria of having Maria Clara as a representation of the native Filipina women, is a country where problems of overpopulation and prostitution exist. It isn't a coincidence that Adam Corolla's sexual insults against Filipina women are further vindicated by the night clubs in say, Olongapo and Avenida. How about...
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