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As the mother of two little girls, one of whom is 4 years old and constantly asking about how Mommy and Daddy made her, I know that I don't want to impart fear and shame onto my daughters when it comes to sex.
I want them, one day, to be able to enjoy it, while knowing that not being careful and communicative can have dangerous emotional and physical consequences.
in Leticia Jenkins' health class at James Monroe High School in the North Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles. She says that a new sex ed law, the California Healthy Youth Act, implemented in the state's public schools for the first time in the 2016-2017 school year, has given her legal backing to teach what she believes all health educators in the state should have been doing all along.
" On the wall by the entrance of the classroom was a bulletin board covered in colorful construction paper with markered in words like "fallacio," "hymen," and "coitus interruptus." Jenkins says that having the vocabulary is a crucial part of helping young people feel empowered to talk honestly and openly about a subject she believes is too often considered taboo. For Jenkins, what she's teaching to her primarily 9th grade students is laying the foundation for navigating decisions about their sex lives not just today, but into adulthood.Incidentally, if my recollection serves me right, I believe I was the only Asian kid in the class as well.Asians as a culture aren't exactly the most communicative bunch, especially when it comes to personal matters. Spect felt compelled to make a personal visit to my home to talk to my father.Because sex, after all, is nothing to giggle about.
Lisa Ling is the executive producer and host of "This is Life with Lisa Ling," which airs Sundays at 10 p.m. You can follow her on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. We're talking intimacy and respect and relationships." Jenkins has been a health educator in the Los Angeles public school system for 16 years.
I told my teacher that my dad flatly refused to sign the paper, saying, "Sex ed in 5th grade? I recall her telling me that it was the first time she ever went to a student's house.