Sex education should be compulsory in schools: Aishwarya678 views
Ex-Miss World and tulip of Bollywood Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has joined UN three years before now to provide HIV knowledge in India and currently her focal point is a mechanism towards fighting against HIV virus in children.
Tuesday was the World AIDS Day which observed throughout the globe and the star performed her part to spread the understanding on the lethal virus infection by stating her views on sex education and how it should be made necessary and teach in schools.
An event organized in Mumbai and the actress Ash stated that “Sex education is much significant, we have all had it. It is vital to be taught in schools. In the metropolitan culture, many schools have it and I would adore knowing whether it is happening across the board, all over the nation”.
The Bollywood actress and beauty queen told that discussing regarding HIV/AIDS is imperative for the reason to eradicate the social disgrace linked with the illness.
“As long as we keep the communication [on HIV/ AIDS] going, people will remain informed and educated. The supposed social disgrace should absolutely be pulled down. That will be the day when the problem is much practically talked about and that’s when it will turn more useful,” she stated.
“You in reality speak to it as something that requires concentration and what action will pursue. You have concerns of the social disgrace of feeling gagged to actually communicate, that is what we’re continually working towards. Once those hurdles vanish, the work turns much efficient,” she further stated.
The tulip of Bollywood is also happy to be a segment of this reason. She further revealed that “The UN had been corresponding with me over a while for us to approach on board jointly, as there are many reasons that require concentration”.
“I was happy when I came together with UNAIDS. I desired only to help to approach many women around the globe, but mainly in our own country,” she stated.
Approximately twenty-two Bollywood personalities involving Amitabh Bachchan, Shabana Azmi and Shruti Haasan have given their voices to an animation feature on HIV/AIDS created by an NGO for schools and youth, which was also released on Tuesday.