Sex Education In The United States Is Broken, But It Doesn’t Have To Be
“According to our Sex Re-Education survey, people left sex ed feeling ‘nervous’ and ’embarrassed,’ with unanswered questions about anatomy, STIs, pregnancy, and general sexuality. That’s a far cry from how the advocacy and policy organization SIECUS: Sex Ed For Social Change imagines sex ed in their guidelines: as ‘a lifelong process of acquiring information and forming attitudes, beliefs, and values about such important topics as identity, relationships, and intimacy.'”
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