Sex Education: What Parents Need to Know
October 10, 2022
Sex education transforms lives and communities. It’s an essential part of educating people throughout their lifespan because it helps young people understand their bodies without shame or stigma and normalizes sexuality as a part of our humanity.
Sex education creates a safe space for young people to ask questions, start conversations with peers and parents alike, sharpen essential communication skills, and establish personal boundaries and respect others’ boundaries. Honest sex education in schools can also help build school connectedness, which, in turn, supports student achievement.
Planned Parenthood is the nation’s largest provider of sex education. They’re working toward a reality where all people and communities can live the best, healthiest sexual lives of their choosing—where people have the freedom to develop and participate in fulfilling sex and relationships, achieve and maintain reproductive health, and live in their identities and experiences, free from shame or stigma.
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