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I am grateful for this moment. This moment when a disadvantaged boy from Laventille gets to return to his birth place, stand before his community and speak about what is most important to him;. I am also grateful for you, for each of you here this evening. Your presence is an expression of your support for the Family Planning Association. It is also a sign that you are the type of person who stands up for what you believe in — even when it is not popular, or easy.
Now, above all, what I value most about this moment is the gift that each of you hearing this address are giving me over the next 15 minutes or so. Please keep an open heart and an open mind as you listen, as I use this unique opportunity. At the age of 14 I immigrated to the United States and graduated from high school there. I learned about sex along the way. I learned about respect for self and others in the Marine Corps and it was not until very late in life that I finally succeeded at figuring out how to have the loving marital relationship I long sought.
Of course, there was no formal sex education when I went to school here in Trinidad. So, I learned from what I saw around me. And most of it was not healthy. As a father, I want something better for my children. I want them to learn about sex in a careful, intentional, values driven, evidence-based way. As a leader, I believe that sexual education is one of the most critical pieces of moral and civil education we can give to our children.
Because ultimately, sexual education is about teaching our children to respect themselves, to respect others and to respect the integrity of the family. Research has shown that one of the most impactful ways we can raise the standard of living of a society is by educating our children.
And one of the most effective ways we can reduce teen pregnancy and promote responsible family life is by giving young people information about their reproductive health and their choices.