Singer Rabi Peerzada's Rant On Sex Education For Children Has Left People Strongly Divided

By Ather Ahmed | 5 Feb, 2018

Given the taboo associated with it, anything even remotely related to sex education raises a lot of hue and cry. We refuse to have the conversation on it, altogether. However ever since the brutal rape and murder of 7-year old Zainab, the debate on the importance of sex education is being carried out on a larger scale. Many well known personalities have come out and expressed their opinion on it.

 

Many people have been advocating sex education being imparted to children in Pakistan to eliminate the taboo around discussing the human body and a person’s right to their own body

 

Television talk show host Shahzeb Khanzada dedicated an entire episode where he talked about the importance of educating children about sexual abuse

He noted that in a lot of child abuse cases the predator ends up being one of the child’s close relatives. As a result, it is important to teach children about abuse rather than shying away from the topic.

 

Among all this, singer Rabi Peerzada shed light on her opinions regarding this whole matter

Pop singer Rabi Peerzada took to Twitter to express her opinion of instilling sex education amongst children. According to her, it is the job of adults to secure their children. She regarded imparting sexual education to children as manipulating their minds and destroying their innocence.

 

Pakistanis were left divided by Rabi Peerzada’s comments with some supporting her opinion

 

There were those who stood in strong opposition to her rant

 

People tried to clarify how educating children about various aspects of their lives, including sex, will in fact help them tackle problems in future

What do you guys think? Let us know in the comments below.

 

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Cover image via: pakistani.pk

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