20 Horribly Awkward Sex-Ed Stories That Prove Just How Much We Need Sex-Ed

Sex education is, for some reason, somewhat controversial in America. The problem is that, when it comes to sex, what people don’t know can absolutely hurt them.

All I can say is that these 20 delicate sex stories from AskReddit are proof that we Americans need all the sex we can get.

Because we don’t know shit.

1. “Dribbling”

“A girl in my high school sex education class didn’t quite understand how she could get pregnant if a guy pulled out before she was done. Then her basketball boyfriend went stood up and shouted, “Before a man shoots, he must dribble!” “

2. “Preach”

“When I was in sex education many years ago, all the guys were able to write questions to the girls on paper notes and vice versa. One of the guys wrote, “What’s the biggest thing you could put in yourself?” One of the girls replied, “a baby.” Preach. “

3. Pads against pads

“In grade 6 sex class, my friend asked,” Why do girls use tampons instead of sanitary pads? “And before the teacher could say anything, another child replied” Because they get orgasms when they use them. “

I f * cking wish! “

4. This is a legitimate question.

“A girl sitting behind me got up and asked,” How many calories are in the semen? “”

5. Oh, irony.

“I took the health requirements of my high school over the summer. I opted for the four-week course, which made up around 70% of the audience for summer course shots. We had all types of troublemakers.

There was also a pregnant girl. She was far enough, already showing in the belly department. The teacher had just done the contraceptive lesson and was doing a little post-conference review. She asked us, “What is the most effective form of contraception?”

As expected, we said “use the pill specifically for contraception, but wear a condom to protect yourself from disease”. Completely legitimate, everyone was on board.

But the pregnant girl raised her hand and said, “Mrs. Miller, I’m confused. I thought the safest thing would be not to let the boy end up inside of you, so shouldn’t the removal method be the safest?

Our teacher explained the error in his ways, to which the girl replied “Damn, I thought the withdrawal would be foolproof. This is what I use. “There were no words.”

6. “Big question”

“We had a child who openly asked in a very rural conservative small town school if it was possible that” the skeet would leak from the booty hole and knock a pregnant girl down. “

The teacher just looked at him and said, “It is possible, but not very likely, however. Excellent question Darius. “

7.… well?

“Can you get stuck?”

8. Magnums

“The gym teacher at our school was missing his left hand on the wrist. It was a birth defect, she still did some pretty cool things.

In 9th grade, we got it for the sex education unit of physical education. During her lesson, she talked a little bit about contraception. She talked about different methods, then she got to the condoms.

Someone asked “what if a man is too fat to use a condom?”

She took one, unwrapped it, applied it to her left wrist, and rolled it all the way down her damn arm. Then said something like “and most of you boys think you need magnums?” “

9. Good move

“We had to give presentations on different methods of contraception during a sex education unit in our health class. 5-6 member groups made presentations on condoms, female condoms, the pill, etc. One of the guys who made the presentation flexed an IUD between his fingers. He got out of her hand and hit a popular girl 20 feet in the eye. “

10.… jeez

“A chick asked:” If I have sex with my father and I have a child, is the child my brother or my son? “”

11. Just aggressive irony

“I went to a public school in Texas, where only the teaching of abstinence and sex is taught, as part of a health unit in your first year … there was three pregnant girls in my class. It was a little annoying. “

12. Blue

“A child in my sex education class once asked” why are the rules blue? “

He had obviously seen a few stamps / stamps ads too. “

13. Teachers know what’s going on.

“As a student, I thought it would be fun to ask my Grade 7 teacher what the tea bag was.

I thought she wouldn’t know it. Instead, she delivered a 15-minute speech on what it was and why people might want to do it. The class was so amazed and I was rather embarrassed. “

14. “Good for the skin”

One pretty girl said, “I never did, but my boyfriend said that the sperm is good for the skin and can keep you younger if applied to the face. Is this true?

I laughed openly and at the same time I knew she had let her boyfriend get c * m on her face because he had managed to convince her that it was “good for his skin ”. “

15. Nebraska

“My high school sex education teacher wanted to have a serious discussion about STDs because statistically, 1/3 of the students in my school already had one.

She explains that and that the two counties feeding our high school had some of the highest STDS rates in the nation. Then she asks, “So why do you think it is?”

Before she could talk about condoms and protection, the child said, “It’s screwed up in Nebraska; what else are we going to do? »»

16. ???

“A child in my sex education class asked if the sperm floats … in the air … like a helium balloon.”

17. Multi-tasking

“In the 8th grade sex education class, the teacher (an old woman who was a nurse) dealt with the usual anonymous questions, and it went as you would expect.”

But then she starts reading one to herself and replies, “I, I … I just don’t know … the exact, uh … exactly how … the exact circumference of Jupiter … “

Immediately, a long haired stoner guy in the back of the classroom who was previously silent looks up and says, “Oh, it’s me. I am trying to do my scientific homework. “

18.… not good, man. Not good.

“In sixth grade, my sex education teacher opened the class with” You girls may think that I don’t know much about your body, but I just got my wife pregnant for the second time. “No one said anything.”

19. “From Paul”

“A child in my awkward 5th grade sex education class in grade 5 asked me if it hurt to have an erection.” They were supposed to be anonymous questions written on note cards, but adding “de Paul” did not help his case. “

20. Tender Bits

“Our professor reviewed the male reproductive system and went on to say that the purpose of the scrotum was to protect the testicles. From the back of the classroom came the voice of a great football player shouting “Well, it does a SH * TTY job!” “