As a young woman educated in Texas public schools, I definitely agree that a pretty significant portion of society (at least in my sexually bass-ackwards state) would be opposed to this.
In 5th grade, all the girls and boys were corralled into separate rooms to watch separate videos about our respective sex's reproductive systems and puberty, but there was no mention of what the other sex was experiencing. And, naturally, there were no helpful tips on how NOT to get pregnant for the females, just "hey, you can get pregnant now, FYI. Here's a diagram of the female reproductive system made of pancake batter."
That (and some cultural taboos/acceptances among different ethnic groups in my district) was probably part of why so many girls in my grade became pregnant around the age of 16 and ended up in "alternative school," or not in school at all.
But Dog forbid we should educate gals about how not to get pregnant (even though we have the highest rate of teenage pregnancy in the country). No, Dog wouldn't like us to teach teenagers how to protect themselves: that should be left up to parents (who also have not had great sex ed experiences, if they've had them at all, and who tend to be in denial about teenagers' sex lives)...
Okay, I'm getting down off my soap box, now.