Seriously considering becoming a Sex Ed teacher. I vaguely remember the lessons taught by employees of the health department that came by the school or youth summer programs I was a part of. I do remember some great statistics being provided about STD's; very informative. But the examples were a little slack, so the stats mostly seemed like scare tactics and was mostly preaching prevention. [LET'S NOT FOOL OURSELVES. A LOT OF YOUTH ARE HAVING SEX, CURIOUS OR INFLUENCED HEAVILY TO LOSE THEIR VIRGINITY BEFORE MARRIAGE]
I believe the youth [educators and parents for that matter] of today could benefit from a realistic yet holistic approach to understanding their minds, body and emotions and how to make rational, instead of random interactions with other humans.
Based on my experience and mistakes when it comes to sex, I'm confident I'd provide fun lessons, role plays and exercises to help identify real life situations they may encounter. With the times we're in where tv, social media, and online web surfing in general is so accessible and some parents time are thin due to work (thus leaving their children/teens vulberable or too much freedom to get into something they know nothing about) or they simply don't want to or know how to create conversations about sex with their kids, someone like myself, could be of benefit.
IF PARENTS DON'T TALK ABOUT SEX WITH THEIR CHILDREN, SOMEONE OR SOMETHING IS!
I hear some bothersome conversations from the youth regarding each other's bodies and I recall being a teen, losing my virginity and all the experiences that have followed me since that initial decision. My own story is motivation to educate the youth on the decisons/thoughts/appearance/crew you hang with/stuff you watch and talk about create certain situations that will follow them into adulthood if not given proper guidance early on. Everything past that point is choice.
More info/tips for parents to come as the Higher Power continues to open my eyes and give me wisdom on this subject. A gift he created for enjoyment, yet a purpose.. #moremy #sex #sexed #youth #bodies #parents #education #roleplay #conversation #communication #lust #puberty #emotions #love