Sex education has been a big topic for years now. Some states have better curriculum than others, but the bad ones tend to be absolutely awful. While this seems to be an easy topic for adults to throw around ideas relating to, you rarely hear opinions from those actually in the programs. I was pleasantly surprised to hear that in Nevada, groups of students are letting their school district know exactly what they think about the sex ed. program currently in place. Apparently, a comprehensive sex ed program was suggested (shocking!), and parents began to object. This article from alternet explains some of the *incredibly controversial* (insert sarcasm) things the comprehensive program plans to educate students on. Surprisingly, only 22 states require sexual education programs, and only 19 require any provided programs to be medically accurate. If you ask me (which no one did), the kids who are currently receiving and evaluating these programs in person should have a little bit more pull than the parents. We’re talking about a primarily high school program. There’s even a student talking about how the abstinence-based program made her, as a rape survivor, feel as though she was worthless. That’s worth listening to.