Teach parents to teach sex

August 1949
America;8/27/1949, Vol. 81 Issue 21, p555
The article discusses the importance of sex instruction to the youth. It notes that sex education has been a largely-ignored fact especially at home. It states that children are embarrassed and reluctant to ask for they do not know the proper approach or the right psychological moment to ask. It suggests that parent should have the responsibility to provide sex instruction to the children and feed right values to their curiosity. However, sex instruction is opposed by the Church.


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