Sex Education: Making Choices

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Sexuality and sex education have long been an issue that many people find difficulty in talking about and talking to their children. Studies have found that youths who do not learn about sexuality have the highest rates of sexually transmitted diseases and teen pregnancy.

In addition, sexual issues for women are part of healthcare, issues that most men don’t need.

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Master researcher, journalist, former Gartner analyst, non-fiction author, chicken wrangler, and Silicon Valley denizen. Reach me at gspieler@gmail.com

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Geri Spieler

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Master researcher, journalist, former Gartner analyst, non-fiction author, chicken wrangler, and Silicon Valley denizen. Reach me at gspieler@gmail.com

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