I assert that school should provide sex education, which would help young people build a desirable image of sex, form an advisable attitude towards sex, and furthermore reduce the risk of unplanned teenager-pregnancies. Because I claim that education should be realistic and applicable to our lives, it should cover our current social problems such as sex abuse. Education is especially important to provide young people with accurate information about sex and to protect them from the flood of distorted information in the process of establishing the concrete foundation of safety.
However, I don't think that the school education will fix all the current problems related to sex abuse and crimes and protect all the potential victims and even criminals. Still, it will at least give young people opportunities to encounter the accurate information and to build morality and perspectives on sex. Furthermore, it will contribute to developing their ability to make decisions over their entire lifetime.