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Sex in pre school?…the family planning association says it’s a good idea

Sex in pre school?…the family planning association says it’s a good idea

sexThere is a recommendation today from the family planning association of Trinidad and Tobago that sexual education should be made part of the national school curriculum from as early as pre-school.

Speaking on the power breakfast morning show this morning, FPA representative, Dr Jacqueline Sharpe said the earlier children are exposed to such education, the more they will benefit later on in life.

She said the school must play a major part in this process.

Dr Jacqueline Sharpe

FPA representative, Dr Jacqueline Sharpe

Dr Sharpe said another reason for the recommendation is to assist parents who most times, do not know how to handle discussions about sex with their children.

Dr Sharpe said research has shown that most young people become sexually active between the ages of 13 and 15.


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    The mighty Trinifeak 2 years

    Dr. Sharpe has splendid ideas. When pre school students learn how to perform sex they will be capable to perform once they are 13 or 14. This is very helpful for those religions who advocate child marriage. The earlier children learn to perform the earlier they can marry.Even without marriage this knowledge is very important to multiply as early as possible.Of course this is good for the race. The superior freedom race of T&T with their extreme high crime rate will never die out. Thanks to Dr. Jacqueline Sharpe.