The Guardian: "From 'consent football' to 'pin the organ on the body': sex education around the world"

The Guardian published an article on sexuality education worldwide and talks about Explore4Action.

"Adults have long been squeamish over talking to children about sex. We have a history of complicated and conflicting attitudes: sex has been seen as simultaneously joyous and desirable (so long as it is between a young couple after marriage and in the interest of begetting babies), but also as dark and dirty, something from which children must be protected."

The article in the Guardian talks about the different ways sexuality education is implemented globally, and includes the SETARA programme. 


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