Od·ys·sey :- A series of travels: a long series of travels and adventures
My Odyssey So Fine, It Dares To Defy This Very Time.
The names Mushba-- not Mishbah, not Muzbah, or Bushra, Mushba, M-U-S-H-B-A. I'm 19, in the most delightful country in the world (Pakistan), have the most revered of beliefs (Islam), and incase you haven't noticed, i LOVE GREEN; i'm also sarcastic, but i'd like to think i have a nice of humour, as i steer through these difficult waters i've suddenly found myself in, with the help of a blog no one reads, and a tumblr where i post whatever my heart desires. Currently, due to these difficult waters, i'm neglecting my online life to get a real life, but i'm sure you neglect a few things yourself, so we're even. Feel free to say hi (i'm very nice), or stalk (i can be very rude too!); whatever tickles your fancy.
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“Sexual education has always been a debated, or rather neglected point in our society, but facts are facts, and the fact is it is every parent’s responsibility to educate their child about everything, especially sexual education. In a world where child abuse and molestation are becoming startlingly more common, it is the duty of every parent, and the right of every child, to inform their children of right and wrong, and the dangers abundant around them, and to us, the most biggest and most scarring dangers are those that involve our most private parts.
Though, obviously, there is no need to tell a 3-year-old about the process of reproduction, it is still that 3-year-olds right, and the duty of every parent, to introduce the child to the concepts of personal space and boundaries, boundaries which no one is allowed to invade. Another reason sexual education should be in the curriculum is because todays kids are out there; they’re at school, or online, and very vulnerable, not just to the wrong information, but to the wrong people, and in order for them to be protected, they need to know the facts of reproduction, the hormones that are causing a sudden change in their bodies and behavior, the emotional concept and connection of this, and most importantly, the consequences of intercourse, from pregnancy to Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
For those who do want to know how to exactly to explain to their child such, what to explain and when, heres a quick guide:
Remember, consequences are never more worse than when we’re never aware of them.