Sex education would have saved so many of us from bad sex – Lydia Forson on newly introduced CSE into the basic school curriculum

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Ghanaian actress, Lydia Forson has waded into the argument that has erupted after the announcement from the Government of Ghana that they were introducing the Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) into the basic school curriculum.

The government and United Nations Education, Scientific, and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) launched the CSE programme in February but the concerns have been raised about the potential for pupils to be given awareness of sexuality and LGBTQ issues at too early a stage.

Most Ghanaians, parents and Christian groups have spoken against it.

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Many have expressed varied views on the issue with some expressing disgust at the fact that children as low as 4 years old would be exposed to sekx.

Some have also stated that since children of today already know what s3x and Relationships are about, they should be taught right from the onset.

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Lydia Forson sharing her view on the issue in a post on Twitter stated that if s3x education was introduced earlier, it could have perhaps saved her from bad s3x. Do you agree with her that it should be introduced into our basic school curriculum?

See her tweet below:

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