sexeducationThe goal of this blog is to inform our readers of how students across the country are receiving inadequate and inconsistent sexual education. There is currently no required standard for sexual education in this country and only 24 states mandate that sexual education be taught at all. Comprehensive sexual covers topics anatomy, physiology, families, personal safety, healthy relationships, pregnancy and birth, sexually transmitted diseases including HIV, contraceptives, sexual orientation, pregnancy options, media literacy and teaches medically accurate information. We suggest that comprehensive sexual education be mandatory in all public schools in the United States.


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