Here’s how this sex columnist would approach sex ed in schools

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Since it was proposed, religious groups, parents, and teachers and their unions have been up in arms over government’s vision for sex education in schools.
Since it was proposed, religious groups, parents, and teachers and their unions have been up in arms over government’s vision for sex education in schools.

Over many years, I’ve given City Press readers straightforward advice on sex and sexuality, and often that’s been about how to speak to their children about sex.

It’s had me thinking about what my ideal sex education curriculum would be in schools – one that empowers and educates young people while advocating safety and responsibility.

Since it was proposed, religious groups, parents, and teachers and their unions have been up in arms over government’s vision for sex education in schools.

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