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Dr. Jessica Eaton, 28, from Birmingham (photo), revealed that she had trained teachers in giving sex education when some admitted that they felt uncomfortable and ashamed of the word & # 39; vagina & # 39; to say.

Doctor giving sex education teachers reveals that some & # 39; too embarrassed & # 39; are to & # 39; vagina & # 39; to say in class – but think & # 39; penis & # 39; is acceptable

  • Dr. Jessica Eaton, 28, from Birmingham, educates teachers about teaching sexed
  • Told how many admits they & # 39; uncomfortable & # 39; were and the word & # 39; vagina & # 39; said
  • Others found it & # 39; shameful & # 39; but confessed at ease when saying & # 39; penis & # 39;
  • Social media users were amazed by the thread that has since become viral
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A woman who trains teachers to take sex education classes has revealed that some people have refused the word & # 39; vagina & # 39; to say to children because they consider it as & # 39; shameful & # 39; found.

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Dr. Jessica Eaton, 28, from Birmingham, recalled the experience twitter and told how many acquaintances that by saying the word they became uncomfortable & # 39; but admitted that they felt good when they & # 39; penis & # 39; said.

And social media users were stunned by the revelation that has since become viral and has received thousands of likes on Twitter.

& # 39; It only shows how repulsive we are on women's bodies, & # 39; wrote one. & # 39; Those teachers should be ashamed of themselves. & # 39;

Another added: & # 39; Why are we humans so much more comfortable with penis than vagina? What do they think of vulva? & # 39;

Dr. Jessica Eaton, 28, from Birmingham (photo), revealed that she had trained teachers in giving sex education when some admitted that they felt uncomfortable and ashamed of the word & # 39; vagina & # 39; to say.

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Dr. Jessica Eaton, 28, from Birmingham (photo), revealed that she had trained teachers in giving sex education when some admitted that they felt uncomfortable and ashamed of the word & # 39; vagina & # 39; to say.

Dr. message Jessica Eaton (photo) has become viral and was liked 9.4k times and received hundreds of responses

Dr. message Jessica Eaton (photo) has become viral and was liked 9.4k times and received hundreds of responses

Dr. message Jessica Eaton (photo) has become viral and was liked 9.4k times and received hundreds of responses

Dr. Jessica explained that the exchange took place two years ago during a training.

She wrote: & # 39; Once in 2017 when I was teaching teachers how to deliver good sex at school, the headmaster came to me at the start of the course and said, "we had a meeting and we were there we all agree that we will say "penis" but none of us feel comfortable saying "vagina" in class. & # 39;

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& # 39; And I laughed at them and said & # 39; how are you going to learn your sex if you don't even & # 39; vagina & # 39; says? & # 39;

& # 39; She said, "I know it's bad, but we just don't want to say it, we don't feel comfortable talking about it and everyone feels the same."

Dr. Jessica & # 39; s (photo) post left social media users astonished after slack sex education because they didn't teach the basics

Dr. Jessica & # 39; s (photo) post left social media users astonished after slack sex education because they didn't teach the basics

Dr. Jessica & # 39; s (photo) post left social media users astonished after slack sex education because they didn't teach the basics

The Twitter user further explained that it was a stunning & # 39; 35 & # 39; teacher who couldn't say himself

The Twitter user further explained that it was a stunning & # 39; 35 & # 39; teacher who couldn't say himself

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The Twitter user further explained that it was a stunning & # 39; 35 & # 39; teacher who couldn't say himself

Dr. Jessica further said that she had to start the entire course by going straight back to & # 39; and the importance of an example for & # 39; good language use & # 39; explain.

& # 39; They found that talking about vagina and vulva was embarrassing and vulgar, but thought that talking about the penis was fairly uncomfortable, but okay, & # 39; she explained.

She added that her experience summarized & # 39; & # 39; how & # 39; women's hatred and harmful sex education can be & # 39 ;.

And Twitter users were stunned by the story, with many responses to the post in horror.

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Social media users were shocked by the disclosure, with one comment: & # 39; In 2017 or 1817? You may have made a typo & # 39; (photo)

Social media users were shocked by the disclosure, with one comment: & # 39; In 2017 or 1817? You may have made a typo & # 39; (photo)

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Social media users were shocked by the disclosure, with one comment: & # 39; In 2017 or 1817? You may have made a typo & # 39; (photo)

& # 39; This doesn't hurt me, & # 39; wrote one. & # 39; I went to a girls' school. The only thing I remember was chlamydia and "don't get pregnant." I tell my daughters everything. & # 39;

A second comment: & # 39; Wow, so frustrating. How can we even expect children to report sexual abuse if we are ashamed of using this language? & # 39;

Added a third: & # 39; In 2017 or 1817? Maybe you did a type? & # 39; while one further wrote: & # 39; My children (boy and girl) have been using the word vagina since they were three. & # 39;

Jessica remembered her own sex education at the age of 14 and admitted that she never learned the basics of sex – including the need for girls and women to go to the toilet after sex because it can help prevent water infections and urinary tract infections.

Dr. Jessica Eaton continued a long discussion about the importance of sex education and said that essential information such as herpes contraction and toilet use after sex were often missed
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Dr. Jessica Eaton continued a long discussion about the importance of sex education and said that essential information such as herpes contraction and toilet use after sex were often missed

Dr. Jessica Eaton continued a long discussion about the importance of sex education and said that essential information such as herpes contraction and toilet use after sex were often missed

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