Arizona Senator Wants to Ban Sex-Ed in Schools | The View

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  • Published: 10 January 2020
  • “The View” co-hosts share their thoughts on what sex education should cover academically and at what age.

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Comments • 517

  • Theresa Robinson
    Theresa Robinson  2 days back

    4th grade is right. I knew about sex by 12 and my school system discussed sex in 4th grade which timed out perfectly. Ignorance is not bliss... These senators need to understand that

    • fati pr
      fati pr  3 days back

      يــلاه نــشــوف أكــثــر الــبـلــدان تــحــكــي مــعــنــا واشـــترك بـقـنـاتـــي
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      • Shauntee Thomason
        Shauntee Thomason  4 days back

        I think 9 is a good age for the talk. I worked at a day care for teenage parents and it was parents there who were 13 the mother and father.

        • Reina Arana
          Reina Arana  5 days back

          Wtf

          • Kai Geddes
            Kai Geddes  7 days back

            I learned "stranger danger" in grade 3--sex education saved my life in grade 7.

            • Btk 2020
              Btk 2020  1 weeks back

              This is the most I've liked/agreed with Abby. It would make it harder for kids figuring out who they are if the word homosexual was removed from sex Ed. That's an absolutely ridiculous idea. Arizona needs to reconsider their state senator...

              • MLO
                MLO  1 weeks back

                Arrr, that's why Sunny is SO immature in her marriage ;)

                • pamela shade
                  pamela shade  1 weeks back

                  i miss you whoopi! hello yvette hop you take abbys place will miss you abby good luck to you

                  • pepelishis
                    pepelishis  1 weeks back

                    of course Arizona lmao
                    They should have safe sex, if they reproduce that would be more republicans

                    • Gwynaeth Atwood-Pettit
                      Gwynaeth Atwood-Pettit  1 weeks back

                      Religion can ruin the pleasure of sex for people. Crying shame.

                      • TheStylinstar
                        TheStylinstar  1 weeks back

                        Joy 😂😂😂😂

                        • modam70
                          modam70  1 weeks back

                          I swim nekked

                          • Shayna Dorsey
                            Shayna Dorsey  1 weeks back

                            We learned about that stuff in 4th grade, they called it Family Life only thing is they had the boys and girls separated.

                            • Katherine Jordan
                              Katherine Jordan  1 weeks back

                              My mom refused to teach me any type of sex ed. I knew nothing about my body. My school did abstinence only education so that didn't help either. When I got my period I started sobbing uncontrollably because I thought there was something medically wrong with me. Begged my mom to take me to the hospital because I thought I was gonna die or something. It was so traumatic and it didn't have to be. If only someone taught me about my body. Sheltering children to the point where they have no idea how their bodies work is toxic and unacceptable. No child should have to have an experience like I did.

                              • unbiased truth
                                unbiased truth  1 weeks back

                                Not ALL PARENTS talk to their children about SEX. It should definitely stay in school.

                                • Dominique K.
                                  Dominique K.  1 weeks back

                                  Wow

                                  • Ivaylo Iontchev
                                    Ivaylo Iontchev  1 weeks back

                                    Parents can decide when a child is old enough to be told about sex and educated on it. That is conversation that needs to happen at home, regardless of how uncomfortable the parents are. All education starts at home with the parents.
                                    Having said that, once kids are teenagers and their hormones kick in, then school should provide some education on sex. In many occasion the hormones kick in before they are teenagers.

                                    • Ondrej Cach
                                      Ondrej Cach  1 weeks back

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                                      • Shade Bleu
                                        Shade Bleu  1 weeks back

                                        That's a woman in power for you. Their choice not your choice.

                                        • A Moore
                                          A Moore  1 weeks back

                                          We teach sex ed in Scotland from the age of 9 usually primary 6 or 7 just before highschool. Works perfectly well though we could do a bit better on the content involved.

                                          • AngryExGOP
                                            AngryExGOP  1 weeks back

                                            Yvette's swimsuit idea is perfect. And the entire conversation at the table was perfection. Well done, ladies.

                                            • Frankie JO
                                              Frankie JO  1 weeks back

                                              I made a mistake when i was a child, i was never taught about boundries and now i have MANY regrets from my childhood i also had something happen to me by a man when i was 6, i never knew what was happening was wrong, i wish i was taught these things

                                              • Reeta Harrison
                                                Reeta Harrison  1 weeks back

                                                Was Megan bullying Abbey ..... Because Abby sure has a strong opinion without Megan being there

                                                • Jae X0
                                                  Jae X0  1 weeks back

                                                  my mom told me at 12 said sex is amazing but it’s better when you are grown because both parties are mature, if i wait till marriage i would enjoy it more because you learn your partner. i did not listen to her i regret it now that i have found the person i want to spend the rest of my life with we both regret any encounters before eat other.

                                                  • Nayla S
                                                    Nayla S  1 weeks back

                                                    4th grade is waaaay too late, Sunny. I’m European. Sex-ed in my family basically starts when they can speak. My eldest learned the basics when I was pregnant with her brother, and he was born when she was 21 months old. By then she could explain how you get pregnant and how the baby develops. I also took her along to the gynecologist and to some of my visits to the midwife.

                                                    My son was 3 when our youngest child was born, and he learned all the basics when I was pregnant with her. I remember he and his sister would play ‘seeds swimming through the womb, looking for an egg’. 😂 They loved going to the midwife with me, because she would let them feel where the baby’s head was, let them take my blood pressure, etc.

                                                    Just last night, my youngest, who is 5, started asking questions about how not to get pregnant. So we once again went over different methods of contraception, how they work, and what the benefits and disadvantages of each are.

                                                    They know that anytime they have a question about their bodies, sex, feelings or relationships, they can come to us and we will answer the question in such a way that they really understand it.

                                                    My eldest is now 10, and I bought her a really great book about menstruation. I don’t just want her and her sister to read it, but also her brother.

                                                    Oh, and we let our kids watch the sex scenes on television, except for rape scenes. Sex is part of life, people. I also don’t get why many Americans think their kids shouldn’t see them naked. They need to see normal bodies, not just those in ads, movies or porn.

                                                    • Vulcaneer900
                                                      Vulcaneer900  1 weeks back

                                                      Joy Behar talking about her sex life. "It's bad if you're doing it right." (lol) 🤮 (gag)

                                                      • baby yoda
                                                        baby yoda  1 weeks back

                                                        for America being the most powerful country in the world is sure is the most backwards in the world .. too conservative .. so not even the liberals are too liberals

                                                        • baby yoda
                                                          baby yoda  1 weeks back

                                                          sex ed is not only about sex is also about menstrual cycles ext ext ext

                                                          • Marie Gamalski
                                                            Marie Gamalski  1 weeks back

                                                            🤣😂🤣like Sunny, I was raised Catholic, my Mum never said a word about sex but was never a prude...the week before my wedding (I was 31🤣) she said sit down... let’s talk, I said about what...is Daddy ok?!? Yes... he’s great..about...you know...you’re wedding night🤣😂...I said...wait, wait...I’m pouring the Martinis 🤣😂🤣...I sat down and said go onnnnn🤣😂😂...now you’re teasing me she says🤣😂🤣...Mum....I’m 31 I said, trying not to spew my cocktail all over the table🤣😂🤣...god I miss her SO MUCH!!😢

                                                            • James Gray
                                                              James Gray  2 weeks back

                                                              Ppl who support racist are racist right Joy ?? Nice call you supporting white supremacist because they hate Trump
                                                              Trump2020 ?? You betcha 😘

                                                              • S C
                                                                S C  2 weeks back

                                                                Abby is SO right. Children need to grow up with a healthy relationship with sex and the body

                                                                • S C
                                                                  S C  2 weeks back

                                                                  Children are more protected when they have accurate information about sex.

                                                                  • Kell Harris
                                                                    Kell Harris  2 weeks back

                                                                    Most girls start going through puberty before 12 and some might even start menstruating as well. Way stupid.

                                                                    • Emmanuel Reyes
                                                                      Emmanuel Reyes  2 weeks back

                                                                      I will say not in schools. I don't think that's there place to talk to my kids something so private. you teach your child that certain things are private in their bodies and here you are letting a system and an outsider teaching my child about sex? If your child is afraid to come to you or you are afraid to talk to your child when is the right time to talk which is when puberty start kicking in, you are not paying attention or building a good relationship with your child.

                                                                      • Blia Her
                                                                        Blia Her  2 weeks back

                                                                        I disagree. Although I admire you for wanting to take the responsibility to inform and educate your kid(s), it is not always enough. There are many kids who suffer years of sexual abuse by family or trusted family friends. Far too often, it is the parent who is the abuser or allow the abuser into the home. Never assume your kids are safe, it be could those closest to you that will harm your child. It can happen at anytime, any age, to anyone. It would be a disservice to stop sex ed in school. And it would not help those who need it the most, kids. As uncomfortable as these conversations may be, they need to be had early on and at every grade level.

                                                                    • David Hale
                                                                      David Hale  2 weeks back

                                                                      The view and joy mostly are praising white nationalist. Racist

                                                                      • B D
                                                                        B D  2 weeks back

                                                                        Stop pushing homosexuality on kids

                                                                        • B D
                                                                          B D  2 weeks back

                                                                          Who let the wall jumper on tv

                                                                          • B D
                                                                            B D  2 weeks back

                                                                            Sex Ed is fine. It no LGBT agenda in schools

                                                                            • Tammy Stockley-loughlin
                                                                              Tammy Stockley-loughlin  2 weeks back

                                                                              So those kids are left not knowing what going on, not okay. Also people need to get a grip...you cant

                                                                          • lotfang
                                                                            lotfang  2 weeks back

                                                                            In primary school we were already talking about the reproductive organs so its weird sex ed shouldnt be talked about. I think the discussion should be different in different grades

                                                                            • Kiara Williams
                                                                              Kiara Williams  2 weeks back

                                                                              People need to watch they kids

                                                                              • Blia Her
                                                                                Blia Her  2 weeks back

                                                                                Sometimes it's the parents that need to be watched. Too many kids suffer years of sexual abuse right in their own home. 😔

                                                                            • Felicia Gardner
                                                                              Felicia Gardner  2 weeks back

                                                                              It is never to early to explain touching boundaries. I grew up in a family never talked about it. Your kids should not suffer that same experience. If you won't have it, let the teachers at least do it.

                                                                              • Phil Jones
                                                                                Phil Jones  2 weeks back

                                                                                Sex Ed was basically human reproduction, std and pregnancy prevention. Very scientific approach. It has nothing to do with what sex you prefer like conalingus, fellatio, or jerking off. At least in my school it didn’t.

                                                                                • The asiatic Lion
                                                                                  The asiatic Lion  2 weeks back

                                                                                  I want to ban the Bible to .

                                                                                  • Cherie Cullum
                                                                                    Cherie Cullum  2 weeks back

                                                                                    Holy Sh!t! Like Sarah Palin... dont talk about it... then she ends up with 3 teens having kids.

                                                                                    • Thad Morsell
                                                                                      Thad Morsell  2 weeks back

                                                                                      Sex Ed should start around 13-15 . That’s when the hormones really start kicking in . But the whole sexual appropriateness convo should start late elementary early middle school

                                                                                      • Simbelmyne 444
                                                                                        Simbelmyne 444  2 weeks back

                                                                                        Had sex-ed in 4th and 5th grades in the 70's

                                                                                        • Wig & Weft Collection BY DDavis

                                                                                          Good chat

                                                                                          • Jennie Wright
                                                                                            Jennie Wright  2 weeks back

                                                                                            I turn off The View every time Abby starts talking. I just realized I do this when she started talking and I immediately went to turn her off.