Sex ed itself is notoriously a joke. Textbooks have been outdated since the beginning of time, diagrams look like animated aliens, and no one outside of exceptionally progressive educational enclaves such as New York and Los Angeles learns anything worth a damn about sex, in my opinion. Even adults tend to to hide what they don't know behind jokes. And porn is great and all, but it's not always a shining expression of healthy sexual attitudes. But the perpetually underwhelming state of sex ed isn't actually funny. Some experts assert that it's contributing to the rising STD rates, since less knowledge means more irresponsible decisions and not the fun kind that you 'gram on Saturday nights.
RSE KS4: Teaching Relationships and Sex Education Positively
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Sex Educators Told Us What They Wish They Could Teach
You have probably noticed some differences in our planet lately, and I want you to know that they are completely normal. Like your body, on some days, the entire outside world might appear alien to you. Is this really my planet?
The class is taught by Ms Blokdijk, who teaches these sex education classes regularly. She asks some questions from the textbook Long Live Love, teaches the teens about safe sex practices, and demonstrates how to put a condom on a fake plastic penis model, to promote safe sex and prevention of contracting sexually transmitted infections STIs. Ms Blokdijk then reveals she has the same models for all the teens to try in groups, which creates apprehension on the faces of some of the teens. They have a go putting the condoms on the model too.