Friday, October 2, 2009
1. Sex ducation for kids, teens, and adults. 2. Sex therapy and revitalization for teen and adults. 3. Sex products for adult only. Sex education very often you hear the words 'sex education' randomly tossed around especially in safe sex advertisement campaigns and other programs aimed specifically at teenagers and loosely at the general public. Truth be told, sex education has been a very difficult subject especiallly here in Africa, for obvious reasons. How can societies that six away from 'sex talk' be able to educate their children and citizens in general about sex? They simply cannot and for this very reason sex education has not succeeded in our part of the world. Unwanted pregnancieas, HIV / AIDS and other transmitted diseases remain on the increase here in Africa as proof that we are not making progress in this area. This is not to say that effort has not been made over the years concerning this issue, but a lot more needs to be done. Simply putting out the information, AIDS kills. Use a condom, does not begin to qualify as adequate and effective sex education. We need to drive more into the subject of sex with the aim of familiarizing our people with comfortable and helpful sex information, intended to enlighten up and hopefully share our habits. Thanks for reading.