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Sex and education can be a contentious issue, but I believe it doesn’t have to be. The more we discuss it, the better. This isn’t just because the UK has one of the highest number of teenage pregnancies in Western Europe, but because it’s also a natural part of life. In fact, sexuality is a big part of who we are. Over the years, sex education is definitely something that people have become more familiar with, more confident discussing, and hopefully more confident teaching. Gone are the days of putting condoms on vegetables – thank goodness! So why does it feel like we have some way to go before we have removed the stigma surrounding sex education? Admittedly, the ‘facts of life’ is not an easy subject to teach. But whose job is it exactly, what age should we begin and how far should we delve?
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