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The Importance of Sex Education

Summary: The Earth's population is currently at six billion and estimated to peak at nine billion by the year 2050, AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases continue to spread, and the world continues to experience increasing poverty and dwindling space. Educating society on the use of contraceptives will help minimize the spread of disease and lessen the number of unwanted pregnancies, ensuring a better world for future generations.
The earth's population has reached an enormous number of over six billion people. According to The U.S. Census Bureau International Data Base, in 2050 the world population will peak to nine billion. Time and space is running out, and the options are dwindling. Aids is spreading, poverty is expanding, and the knowledge possessed by most citizens of the world is far too slim to make a difference. Educating society on options such as contraception, will help prevent over population, poverty, and diseases. By controlling and understanding contraceptives and the options given through them, humans can plan ahead and prepare for what the future may hold.

At the end of year 2004, 37.2 million adults and 2.2 million children will have lived with HIV (human immunodeficiency virus), as stated by the estimates from UNAIDS/WHO AIDS Epidemic Update (December 2004). HIV has become the present day plague, killing over four...

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