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If you could give one piece of advice about sex to a younger sibling, what would you say?
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Better Sex Talk Apr 29
"We are sewing the seeds of sexual violence and acting surprised when those seeds bloom." Shame-based sex education is unacceptable—and dangerous.
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Better Sex Talk Feb 18
LGBTQ+ youth deserve to see themselves in their education. Period.
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Better Sex Talk Feb 17
“Sex can be a lot of fun. It can also be weird—confusing, disappointing, embarrassing, or emotionally fraught.” Presidents Day weekend plans: binge-watching Sex Education 🙌🏽
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Better Sex Talk Feb 16
“Regardless of how much or how little their parents talked to them about sex, most Latinxs felt they needed more information and searched for answers elsewhere.”
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Better Sex Talk Dec 17
"Sex ed sucks. We need an update." *snaps aggressively*
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Nadine Thornhill Jun 11
Reminder: kids who receive comprehensive sex-ed are: -less likely to experience depression -lower risk for suicide -more likely to practice safer sex -lower risk for unintended pregnancy -more likely to report a good first partnered experience.
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Better Sex Talk 13 Apr 18
"If we want to stop our pervasive culture of sexual assault, education needs to go a lot further than just preventing pregnancy and STDs." -Nicole Cushman, ED of Answer We agree!
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UNFPA 10 Jan 18
Why is comprehensive necessary? Research shows that the majority of young people lack accurate info required to make healthy decisions about their sexual and reproductive health. Find the facts about here:
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Better Sex Talk 26 Dec 17
"If we want to prevent rape from becoming even more common in our society, one of the first things that needs to...
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Planned Parenthood 21 Aug 17
Condoms are like solar eclipse glasses for your... Ah, forget it. We tried. Enjoy the eclipse!
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Better Sex Talk 5 Aug 17
"It's okay to wait. It's okay to not wait. The choice is yours, not society's." with
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Better Sex Talk 3 Aug 17
Did you know that some laws require teachers to actively portray LGBTQ people in a negative or inaccurate way?...
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Better Sex Talk 31 Jul 17
Everyone deserves to see themselves in their education.
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Better Sex Talk 23 May 17
"Be with someone who allows you to feel comfortable discussing anything." Nicole, Brockport...
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Better Sex Talk 22 May 17
"Public health teaches us about contraceptive usage; religious institutions tell us to wait until we are married....
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UC Wellness Center 17 Feb 17
What would you tell your sibling? Tweet us your sex advice!
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NYU Admissions 22 Mar 17
Replying to @MeetNYU
Here's my bit for , the initiative shown here. "If you could give advice about sex to a younger sibling, what would it be?"
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Better Sex Talk 5 Apr 17
is an important piece of . Let's end sexual violence thru education—we deserve a .
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Better Sex Talk 23 Feb 17
Learn why it's important to include pleasure in our discourse around sex education.
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Better Sex Talk 18 Feb 17
"Truth can never go too far."
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