THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SEX EDUCATION TO KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE DANGERS OF ADOLESCENT PREMARITAL SEX
Sex education is one way to prevent the abuse of sex like unplanned pregnancy and sexually transmitted disease. A preliminary study carried out at the high school Model Nurul Jannah NW Ampenan, taken 10 students randomly, obtained the vast majority (80%) of the students knowledge about the dangers of premarital sex less. The purpose of this research was to analyze the effectiveness of sex education to knowledge about the dangers of adolescent premarital sex before and after getting the sex education. Premarital sex behavior is a behavior driven by sexual desire, either with its opponents or by sex. These forms of behaviour can be manifold, started feeling attracted to conduct dating, flirt, and had intercourse. The type of research used in the study was quasi experimental design with a non equivalenet control group. Sample as many as 30 research groups experimental and a control group of 30 adolescents who are in grab in total population. Analysis using the wilcoxon test at α 5%. The results showed before given sex education in experimental group of 19 people (63,3%) enough knowledge and 11 people (36.7%) good knowledge, whereas in the control group of 16 people (53,3%) and enough knowledge of 1 people (3.3%) good knowledge. After being given sex education in experimental group 9 (30,0%) and good knowledge of 21 people (70,0%) enough knowledge, whereas in the control group of 12 people (40,0%) less knowledge and 18 people (60.0%) enough knowledge about the dangers of premarital sex. Wilcoxon test results indicate the value of the p value = 0.05 means there's 0.000 < the effectiveness of sex education to knowledge about the dangers of teenage premarital sex. Recommended sex education should be carried out continuously to improve knowledge about the dangers of teenage premarital sex.