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Response to ismnotwasm (Original post)

Tue Feb 26, 2013, 06:09 AM

6. There are a whole

Lot of perceptions that would have to change to make headway here.

Seems like a pretty good starting place is comprehensive sex education. Sex Ed is often a small part of a larger health class, or a separate, but very brief program. It needs to be treated with upmost seriousness. It needs to cover real bodies and how they work, not just allude to the fact that people have sex, and generally enjoy it, so use a condom. A real sex Ed class would also address consent in a relevant way.

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