Question: Is it necessary to introduce a sex education program in Russia and the CIS countries’ schools, similar to the one introduced in the Western countries? If so how can it be done taking into account the peculiarities of the national consciousness?
Answer from the Ascended Master Mother Mary through Kim Michaels. This answer was given at a conference in Kazakhstan in 2018
If I answer the question as it is asked, I would say it is not necessary for all CIS countries because again the CIS is not really a union at a higher level. Certainly it is not necessary to do this as it was done in the West because you need to consider the national consciousness of each nation. They must find a way to do it in their own way. However I will say that sex education has an important function beyond the practical – of teaching children about sexual hygiene and it is that it has been in the Western countries a way to break the taboo around sex that has been introduced so many centuries ago by religion and has been kept there artificially for much longer than was healthy. It is important that nations implement some form of sex education. Naturally it needs to be done according to that nation’s consciousness and their own determination of how to do this. We are not looking for a standard way for nations to do many things. Therefore it is not that we are sitting here and evaluating that it must be done a certain way because we allow each nation to outplay their national identity. By the way they outplay it, it can help them see that national identity and move forward.
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