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How do you see Union Health Minister's views on sex education in schools ?

Tags: sex, health, education
Asked by syed ilyas, 29 Jun 11:34 am
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After suggesting that to prevent AIDS, fidelity in marriage was better than use of condoms, health minister Harsh Vardhan generated controversy - by stating in his website that sex-education in schools should be banned.
In his "vision" document for Delhi schools, Vardhan, himself a doctor, has said, "So-called 'sex education' (should) to be banned." His website - drharshvardhan.com - also states the need to integrate value education with course content and put strong emphasis on exposing students to India's cultural relations.
Answered by nitin ray, 29 Jun 12:29 pm

 
  
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The health minister is himself a qualified doctor. When a doctor-turn-politician says something, we get into a confusion which identity has to be considered the proper backdrop to analyze his so called "controversial" comment on banning sex education from school.

A qualified person he is. So, he said something after careful consideration. What was his consideration ?

It is learnt, he said "I have comprehensively denied that I propose a ban on sex education as suggested by a prominent newspaper"

In fact, in the aftermath of the responses to his comment he thought, his words did not go down well with experts and leading citizens. The orthodox section of Indian populace will welcome his statement. But liberals will frown at him.

In fact, he issued contrasting statements on this. Unless we know his final position, it is difficult to comment. But the issue is sensitive. And difficult to be discussed threadbare in an open forum. But, personally I feel, such education is m ...more
Answered by soumyen sarkar, 29 Jun 01:39 pm

 
  
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Did anyone saw what he really meant.
All we saw & seeing is only what media & Modi biters like u r saying.
Answered by MAdhavan Avadhany, 29 Jun 11:41 am

 
  
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Little outdated and out of sync with reality
Answered by Shashi LS, 29 Jun 11:40 am

 
  
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Ok He later confirmed sex education is good
Answered by sigma, 29 Jun 11:35 am

 
  
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