In response to demands by activists for a proper sex education to be included in schools to protect children from rape, Indonesia's Education and Culture Minister Mohammad Nuh said the following:
"According to our traditions, it is indecent to talk about it, and that is my standpoint. I don't believe we need that yet," he was quoted by The Jakarta Post.
Women's Alliance against Rape spokesperson Faiza Mardzoeki said sex ed. could help students protect themselves from sexual predators.
Recent rape case in Indonesia. A 14-year-old girl was allegedly raped by human traffickers in Bogor.
What's your stand?
Yes to sex education? Or No? Could it prevent children from being raped due to their knowledge and identifying what 'sexual harassment' is?
Share your thoughts!
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