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The Future of Sex Ed is Called Boob Blurbing

When I was 14, I had my last sex-ed class. At that point, the closest I’d come to an understanding of female anatomy was labelling where ovaries were on a low-resolution fill-in-the-blank image of female genitalia for a health test in school.

Most sex-ed curriculum is about the act of sex (or really, encouraging the lack thereof), not the implications of your sex (male or female)…