To figure out how people survive this kind of schooling, I talked to a bunch of people 30 years old or younger. A few went to religious schools, but most went to public schools in Arkansas, Missouri, Tennessee, or Georgia.
"Sex ed" was more like one afternoon lesson plan, or a subset of health or biology... and covered deodorant more than condoms
"There was little talk about how to access contraception if you didn't want to talk to your parents, besides buying condoms, and definitely no discussion of how to actually use it." -- Jenn, 29
"We were told how important our chastity was, and... how boys would like us more and we would be better people as virgins waiting until marriage." -- Kaylee, 24
"Someone said something about porn being like cocaine and eating away at your brain or something. And how it will ruin sex for the rest of your life." -- Josh, 26