Then I ask you.. Should these differences b/w boys rights and girls be taught in schools? Thank you.
Please clarify what you seek for an answer.
The *only* personhood amendment that makes a shred of sense and should be implemented is the one removing personhood from corporations.
They tried either the same thing or a variation in Mississippi last November. It didn't pass. http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-250_162-57321126/mississippis-personhood-amendment-fails-at-polls/
America has 5% of the world's population and 23.5% of its prisoners... guess it isn't enough, lets send women for believing and acting like their bodies are their own.
I attended 12 years of Catholic school, Yea, my image of sex ed was a priest teaching it to our entire class, 8th grade boys AND girls!
I am a proponent of sex ed, but how it's taught should be individual to each school, family and/or teachers. You won't find catholic schools teaching sex ed the way public schools do nor should it be the same.... Universal mandadates like the HHS bill violate our Amendment but I will wait for the final verdict about that. In the meantime, public policy sounds convincing but it's not the solution.
Really? So cabbage patches and such would be acceptable? Science, please. Kids can handle the truth. As with any subject, knowledge is built in increments.
My first eight years of school were in a Catholic one, through 8th grade. Boys separated from girls, priest talked to boys, nuns to girls, and naturally, I had to sit in the wrong one. Priest tells a bunch of 13-15 year olds it's a sin to think about girls.
Yeah, now there's sex ed for ya. A room full of raging hormones and the advice given is a guilt trip.