LGBTQ youth need a proper sex education, too
The internet has changed how kids learn about sex, but sex ed in the classroom still sucks. In Sex Ed 2.0, Mashable explores the state of sex ed and imagines a future where digital innovations are used to teach consent, sex positivity, respect, and responsibility.
After going through the grueling process of coming out to his friends and family in high school, Sean Joyce, a senior at Pace University, remembered finally coming to terms with his sexuality. Although he learned how to feel comfortable in his own skin, Joyce was still unsure of how to safely navigate doing the deed. Everything he had learned in his high school’s sex ed program was focused on vaginal sex and pregnancy prevention. Read more…More about Lgbtq, Lgbt Issues, Sex Education, Sex Ed 2.0, and Sex Ed