Moreover, by having sex education in schools nationwide, students will be taught on the dire consequences of having premarital sex. It is found that most of the teenage girls who are involved in premarital sex claim that they are not well-aware of its consequences and that they just have sex for the sheer pleasure of fun and excitement. Therefore if these teenagers are being informed about the impacts of sex before marriage, there is a greater possibility that they will think twice before they get themselves involved in this act and thus the role of sex education is seen to play an important role in reducing the rate of social-ills in the country. In addition, with the advancement and sophistication of today’s technology, any information can easily be attained from the web just with a mouse-click. If sex education is not edified in schools, there are basically no formal means of which students can get hold of information concerning sex. Teenagers will then search for these from the web out of curiosity and there is a great likelihood that they might obtain the wrong information instead.
To sum up, sex education should be implemented as a part of the curriculum in Malaysia as it is capable of contributing many benefits to the Malaysian society, be it short-term or long-term.