Sex ed in my high school (we got one hour of it, for one day, during 10th grade. I was already sexually active by then). Our biology teacher was 8 months pregnant but the lesson was almost right out of mean girls: only bad, sl#tty girls have sex before marriage.
Gee, I think we might've been in the same class. Though ours was taken in biology class, and it was mostly "Just don't have sex" or you'll get an STD or pregnant and your life will be ruined so no sex. Ever. In less you're married. In seventh grade we had a quick lesson on HIV, which I had to correct my teacher who kept saying you contract AIDS that actually you contract HIV, where we also learned you'd get HIV if you kissed someone with HIV (in theory it is possible if you both have open wounds in your mouth, but the probability is low). So do nothing until you're married. Nothing. Don't even look at each other. I was very annoying in my high school class. I raised my hand and asked about safe sex between members of the same sex. The teacher told me to ask my mother which I countered with "Why? She isn't a lesbian
", hey she was supposed to be giving all of us information on safer sex! Luckily I had an awesome mom who once I came out educated herself and provided me with more information then I've ever wanted to have. She was the same before I came out. Knowledge is power, and power is good, is her battle cry.
On topic, I just had to have a long discussion with my BFF and her husband about how you use spray starch before you iron, not afterwards. And I don't iron that often (or use starch) but even I knew that one.