As a sex educator, the idea of a kid “spying” on older kids to obtain largely inaccessible information isn’t all that surprising to me.
“No one should have their hymen trending on the internet right now, and specifically not an 18-year-old freshman in college.”
Because there is no such thing as a “stupid question” when it comes to sex.
If we want to raise children into adults who respect their bodies and others' we need to start talking early. BUT HOW? What do you say? When do you start?
O.school has been collecting stories about the long-term effects of bad sex ed. Andrea Barrica and Christina Cerqueira share some of those stories in addition to personal experiences
Apple’s new filter blocks sex ed searches and censors articles on ‘safe sex’ and ‘counseling for gay teens’ while letting searches for ‘Daily Stormer’ and ‘how to rape a woman’ go through.