"One of the best things you can do to stop HIV is to stop the stigma that is associated with having the infection."
"Gossiping about someone with HIV or avoiding everyday contact with them makes it more challenging for people to tell others that they have HIV or to get tested for HIV.
--> These things make it easier for HIV to spread <-- "
"How would thinking about your personal limits and making a personal plan influence decisions you may choose to make about sexual activity?"
This question is not about "grooming for sex". It's about teaching boundaries. This protects our children. The student is meant to respond along the lines of:
"Thinking in advance about what I value and what my
--> personal limits are <--
would help me to respond and make decisions that I felt comfortable with in different situations. I would be able to approach a situation with more confidence and
--> stick to what I had planned...<--"
And he flat out lies on this point:
"Thinking about your sexual health is complicated. It’s important to have a good understanding of yourself before getting involved with someone else. It’s not just about making a decision to have sex or waiting until you are older. It’s also about things such as your physical readiness; safer sex and avoiding consequences such as pregnancy or STIs; your sexual orientation and gender identity; your understanding of your own body, including what gives you pleasure; and the emotional implications of sexual intimacy and being in a relationship. It can include religious beliefs. It includes moral and ethical considerations as well, and also involves the need to respect the rights of other people. Can you explain what is meant by a moral consideration?"
The student is meant to respond along the lines of:
"A moral consideration is what you believe is right or wrong. It is influenced by your personal, family, and
(an important consideration, according to some)
Every person in our society should treat other people fairly and with respect. It is important to take this into account when we think about our relationships, sexual behaviour, and activities."
Then it continues:
"Teacher: Like any other decision, a decision about sexual health requires you to look at all sides of an issue. How can you do that?"
Student: “You need to consider the pros and cons of any decision you are making, and how those decisions will affect both you and others."
The whole purpose of this conversation is to "demonstrate an understanding of physical, emotional, social, and psychological factors that need to be considered when making decisions related to sexual health"
None of this precludes consideration of religion.
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