The question of whether to teach sex education or not does not arise. Youth will find a way of getting it. To them, quality comes second. The important thing to them is the knowledge. Whether it is wrong or right they will experiment to validate, but will only discover that it does not work when they are already victims. To address this need, different communities design sex education programmes which may be either through formal or informal. But whether formal or informal, any sex education that is being taught in a moral vacuum is not effective however popular the programme may seem to be. This book, therefore, addresses through morally based sex education the confusion brought about by the myth of safe sex; pre marital sex, homosexuality, lesbianism and abortion among other sexual evils. It is believed that this education will turn down the tide of sexually transmitted diseases, especially HIV/AIDS, and premarital pregnancies which are a real challenge to the world today. The book will prove invaluable tool for all youth developers: parents, teachers, peer counsellors, scholars, academicians, pastors and youth themselves.