Sex education is not just about sex, it is information and conversation around gender, sexuality, anatomy, sexual activity, health and hygiene, consent, reproductive rights, safe sex, etc.
Parents, talk to teens about sex education early
These conversations are often taboo in society. From an early age, kids learn that these are hush hush topics. It is important that children receive sex education at an early age that normalizes sex and creates a sex-positive frame of mind. This not only prevents them from acquiring misinformation but also ensures that they grow up to be well-informed individuals capable of having sexual and emotional relationships responsibly.
Many children satisfy their curiosity around sexuality, secretly using incognito mode, to view porn as they hide from their parents. This builds a very negative idea about sex, they form irrational expectations and fall into a rut of absorbing it as information. It is important to be an askable parent. You don’t know how? Worried about what to say? Think it’s weird? Not sure you know enough? We’re here for you. There are experts, therapists and various other tools right here for you to learn and know everything you need to prepare yourself.
Adults and couples need Sex Education too
It is important to keep learning and discovering yourself. Do you know what non-binary is? Have you considered polyamory? Are you well informed about your partner’s anatomy? Do you know how fluid gender and sexuality can be? Are you curious about anal sex? Are you being safe? Do you know enough about STDs? Learn more. Explore more. It is important to know yourself, your boundaries and your rights.
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