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Sunday, March 25, 2012

Since Teens Give Sex Education

JAKARTA, Some people still feel taboo in providing sex education to children, they are of the view that sex should only be known by adults only. Though sex education is also required as input for the child, especially when they grow up.

According to a consultant gynecologist and sex, Dr. H. Boyke Dian Nugraha, SpOG, MARS, it's time parents are more active in providing knowledge and sex education to children, so children are not to fall on things that are not desirable.

"Many girls who become pregnant at a young age. Many also an abortion, because that intercourse outside of marriage," said Boyke Paramadina University, Jakarta, Saturday (26/7).

According to Boyke, physical and emotional changes begin to occur significantly in men at age 13-15 years and 12-14 years in women, because in this phase of the secondary genitalia is ripe. "The interval is called the onset of puberty, the transition from childhood into young adulthood. And they will try everything, one attraction of the opposite sex," said Boyke.

At this time, if not equipped with the strong religious and moral teenagers will easily fall in free sex and drug use. "If it happens that the parents are definitely going to bother. So let's give them the knowledge of truth, that they understand and realize the dangers of having sex at a young age," beber Boyke.


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