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1 Those interviewed by MetroPerak are saying that sex education should be taught in schools as a subject to prevent unwanted pregnancies.2 The recent Malaysian Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health survey found many youths do not know how to make safe decisions about sex.3. The survey found that 35 of those interviewed did not believe a woman could get pregnant the first time she had sex— Photos: RONNIE CHIN/The Star

IGNORANCE is not always bliss. It is time to stop viewing sex education as a taboo and start introducing it to schoolchildren.

Such are the views of those interviewed by MetroPerak on the topic of whether sex education should be taught in schools as a subject to prevent unwanted pregnancies.

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