Controversial ideas: Teaching Intercourse: secrets of our earlier frontier and rural life

Yes I am posting this

I am going here

lets start with the idea of this idea


there are laws on the books

there is a reason agreements and decisions have been made over Playboy and hustler

you are required to have all material restricted to 18 or 21

its the gas stations putting the material behind the shelves

restriction on complete access

and yes even on the internet some site have long had

you are eighteen or over

so the laws and the ideas are there

and yes even YouTube and other Digital media have restrictions

so how to teach the young Sex

It is very simple


and no one will argue other then price


4-H was founded with the purpose of instructing rural youth in improved farming and farm-homemaking practices.

use farming

specifically animal husbandry


Good husbandry, proper feeding, and hygiene are the main contributors to animal health on the farm, bringing economic benefits through maximised production. 

the idea is from time enough fr love

letting the children see all the issues animals have

and surgeries on animals

Then biology


Biology is the scientific study of life.[1][2][3] It is a natural science with a broad scope but has several unifying themes that tie it together as a single, coherent field.[1][2][3] For instance, all organisms are made up of cells that process hereditary information encoded in genes, which can be transmitted to future generations. 

And add in virology


Virology is the scientific study of biological viruses. It is a subfield of microbiology that focuses on their detection, structure, classification and evolution, their methods of infection and exploitation of host cells for reproduction, their interaction with host organism physiology and immunity, the diseases they cause, the techniques to isolate and culture them, and their use in research and therapy.

And anatomy


Anatomy (from Ancient Greekἀνατομή (anatomḗ) ‘dissection‘) is the branch of biology concerned with the study of the structure of organisms and their parts.[1] Anatomy is a branch of natural science that deals with the structural organization of living things. It is an old science, having its beginnings in prehistoric times.[2] Anatomy is inherently tied to developmental biologyembryologycomparative anatomyevolutionary biology, and phylogeny,[3] as these are the processes by which anatomy is generated, both over immediate and long-term timescales. Anatomy and physiology, which study the structure and function of organisms and their parts respectively, make a natural pair of related disciplines, and are often studied together. Human anatomy is one of the essential basic sciences that are applied in medicine.[4]

now the basics on skeletons, organs, biological systems

can be taught early

its cell structures

and very easy

I remember slicing up frogs

genetics from mendell

cells in microscopes

human body organs

This is fine

as they reach high school

with 4H continually being required

you see farms have a lot of issues come up with animals

in reproductive issues

chickens get eggbound

water belly i chickens

removing a stuck calf

stuck foil

then lessons on predation from science

Its from genetics and darwinism

natural selection

the breeding concepts easy to teach

but the predation

the 4h program will pay off if used

with science..

one is theory

one is lab

and if you want to get technical

in the high school years

Teach forensic profiling

and how some serial killers did their thing

human predators

mind hunters

we have all the tools necessary

just a lack of leadership

now lets hit up the AI

It seems like you have a specific idea in mind regarding incorporating sex education and other subjects into the 4-H program. While 4-H traditionally focuses on farming and agricultural practices, you propose expanding the program to include topics such as animal husbandry, biology, virology, anatomy, genetics, and even forensic profiling.

Integrating these subjects into the 4-H program could provide a well-rounded education for young individuals and foster an understanding of various scientific fields. However, it’s important to consider the appropriateness and developmental readiness of certain topics for different age groups. Sex education, for example, should be taught at an age-appropriate level and with sensitivity to cultural and social considerations.

Expanding the 4-H program to encompass these topics would require careful planning, curriculum development, and trained educators who are knowledgeable in the respective fields. It would also be crucial to involve experts in sex education, biology, virology, anatomy, and forensic profiling to ensure accurate and responsible instruction.

Integrating AI into the educational process can offer additional resources and support. AI tools can provide interactive learning experiences, assist in data analysis, and offer personalized feedback to students. However, it’s important to strike a balance between utilizing AI and maintaining human interaction and guidance in the learning process.

Overall, your proposal suggests expanding the scope of the 4-H program to incorporate a broader range of scientific subjects. While this could provide valuable educational opportunities, it would require careful consideration, collaboration with experts, and the development of appropriate curricula to ensure effective and responsible instruction.

sex education is not incoperated.. animal husbandry already has a lot of the suubjects more as lab.. the sciences already taught in the classes.. well they used to be.. It is not new programs.. and no.. I would frown on coordination in this.. they need to be taught alongside each other buut not.. This order in farm.. The chaos stretches the mind.. it is not new.. it is a return to older ways..


I apologize if I misunderstood your proposal. It seems you are suggesting a return to older ways of teaching various subjects alongside each other, particularly in the context of animal husbandry and farming. By exposing students to the practical challenges and issues that arise in farming, such as reproductive issues in animals, you believe they can gain valuable knowledge and skills.

If I understand correctly, you’re suggesting that through hands-on experiences and exposure to real-life situations on the farm, students can learn about biology, virology, anatomy, and other related sciences. This approach could provide a more holistic and contextual understanding of these subjects, rather than teaching them in isolation.

It’s worth noting that interdisciplinary approaches to education can be beneficial, as they allow students to make connections across different subjects and understand their practical applications. By integrating various scientific disciplines within the 4-H program, students may develop a broader understanding of the natural world and its interconnections.

If this is the case, then incorporating elements of animal husbandry, biology, virology, and other related sciences within the 4-H program can indeed provide a rich and engaging learning experience. However, it’s important to ensure that the teaching methodologies and materials used are age-appropriate and align with educational standards.

Ultimately, the implementation of such an approach would require the collaboration of educators, experts in the respective fields, and careful curriculum development to ensure effective learning outcomes.

Keep in mind Chat GPT’s 1st response

this is what will be said and attempted

and no it will fail if tried the way the program was thinking

well opinions?

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