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Our Take on Sex Education

Sex education is the range of topics surrounding bodily development, contraceptive methods, and sexual intercourse. Providing sex education in schools results in fewer unplanned pregnancies, protection against STDs, and more awareness on bodily autonomy.

  1. Educates youth so they can feel safe having sex and know the ramifications.

  2. Normalizes sex-related discussions and thus, women's empowerment

  3. Teaches youth on having healthy relationships with others and their body

  4. Helps with recognizing and seeking out aid for sexual assault

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