Every child is different
Children and teenagers develop at different rates. You cannot apply a one-size-fits-all approach to sex education.
If a teacher is a supporter of same-sex marriage or is pro-choice, sex education classes in school provide a platform for them to push their views onto malleable teenage minds.
Many sex education programs teach transgenderism, contraceptive measures, and homosexuality as normal and acceptable lifestyle choices. This is not a biological or scientific truth. It is simply a socially held belief. This means that when they teach children about these issues, they are pushing their own socially held beliefs on teens and young adults.
A tightly controlled curriculum would ensure that all children and teens receive the same information presented in the same way across the country, as they do with maths and science. As a result, there is no margin for teachers to insert their own beliefs into the classes. Quite the opposite, putting sex education in the curriculum would prevent teachers from pushing an agenda.
[P1] Aspects of sex education programs are not scientific or biological, they are socially held beliefs. [P2] Therefore, teachers are using sex education programs to push their beliefs on students.
[Rejecting P2] By putting sex education on the national curriculum, the government could control the information students receive and how they receive it. This means there would be no margin at all for teachers to push an agenda.
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