I think this is very much needed, also the guilt feeling in children, because of ignorance must be taken as an educational challenge, that is educating them on sex. However should we call this sexuality education or sex education.
Ananya S Guha.
barbara thyab ali
You are so right, its all in the grooming of a child.
Religious classes can play wonders on the growing mind of the child.
Yes, I am proud to say my sons were virgins too!!!! Happy and doing well with their wife and kids today in Australia, they did not have any sex education as far as I know during their educative years in India.,
Yet my own neice (brother in laws daughter) brought up in UK , followed the Western way and says : Here its so common to be an unwed mother, I dont bother about this, We wanted to have a baby and we decided on this matter,he will try to be here when its time for the baby to be born.
I am happy to be an unwed mother and four months pregnant!!!!I decided to take my Western ways of life instead of the Indian culture that my dad holds till date.
Her mother is English from birth, and she is born and brought up in UK, so you see it all depends on the grooming of the child.