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Young people on TikTok are creating videos to offer a glimpse of their struggles and opinions with videos that discuss abortion, mental illness, or their political beliefs.
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“Curiosity is a normal and great thing,” said sex educator Melissa Pintor Carnagey, “and through curiosity is an opportunity to learn and connect.”
The question of whether to show up to protests because of the potential risk is not a consideration that anyone should have to make—there is no reason that peaceful protesters should ever be attacked with chemicals.