Download Article Unfortunately, there's a lack of research in evaluating abstinence education programs, making it hard to decide whether it's a more effective method than a comprehensive program. The proponents of abstinence education feel it's their duty to make teen sex a cautionary tale of the past—much like cigarettes today—rather than the accepted cultural norm it currently is. Another common criticism of Comprehensive Sex Ed is that it is neutral on values. Teachers providing condom instruction will commonly demonstrate how to fit a condom to a model or students may be asked to put a condom on a banana. Here are some of the cons: They may take to laugh or make unsuitable comments by becoming out of control in the classrooms. It becomes very difficult to argue with people when they bring religion to the forefront. If they really want to take education about sex to a whole new level of understanding and importance, then they should have more than the customary classes that they do, and hire people who are trained and well informed to teach the students about it. Any character education worthy of the name must help students develop sexual self-control and the ability to apply core ethical values such as respect and responsibility to the sexual domain. An evaluation finds that of those students who were not sexually active when they started the curriculum, 92 percent are still abstinent two years later, compared to 72 percent abstinent in a control group not exposed to the curriculum. Abstinence-only sex ed won't work. Condoms do not make premarital sex responsible because they don't make it physically safe, emotionally safe, or ethically loving. The moral and religious disputes over sex education will likely continue, but no matter your beliefs, all parents and educators agree they want what's best for their children when it comes to sexual health. It is not only about sex, it is also related to sexuality, sexual reproduction, health and rough attitude with their children. Obviously, if a person is going to have sex, using a condom will reduce the chance of pregnancy and AIDS, but not to an acceptable level.