The Problem With Sex Ed — It’s Not Biology, It’s Sociology.

The way we teach our kids about sexuality determines how they will experience life. It’s time to question the lessons we are leaving them with.

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health classroom skull model anatomy
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kids online looking at internet danger
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A Few Blunt Truths And Ships That Have Already Sailed.

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classroom for sex education health class
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The Problem With The Biology-First Approach To Sex Education.

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health class textbook sex education with model of heart
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The Sociological Approach Is The Human-First Approach.

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shadowy danger figures setting boundaries kids learning
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The Body Of Truth — Eliminating The Discomfort That Leads To Pain In Our Children’s Lives.

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Emily Sinclair Montague is a professional writer, author, and content strategist. Connect with her at www.wordsofafeather.net or on Twitter (@EmilytheMontag1)!

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