I have three sons that I love dearly, and I care about their education in all areas, including sexuality. I want them to understand that sex is beautiful and fun, when accompanied with love, respect and responsibility. I also want them to understand that sex can be abused, potentially harming our relations, as well as our own psychological well being.
“And it also references engaging in sex acts with persons already married to someone else, promoting the social risks of adultery.”
When you write of the risk of STDs (without naming such outright) you are on solid ground, but your above sentence concerning adultery—placing ethics, ideology to one side—is not only Quixotic but also possibly counterproductive; the word adultery is so quaint you would be laughed out of any modern party save for a religious gathering.
If you visited any college or university anywhere to say to the professors, “I hope you ladies and gentlemen are not committing any sex outside of wedlock”, after they stopped snickering they would tell you to go back to Utah.
Counterproductive because the more you tell the majority to not commit adultery, the more they will think about ‘adultery’ (an archaic word to begin with) and be more tempted to engage in it—it’s like waving a Playboy mag at a 13 or 14 year old boy and telling him never to look at its photos. A fool’s errand.