In a surprising denial from the typically inclusive show, the makers of Sesame Street say that the puppets are best friends, not partners.
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“Portraying positive images around safe sex can change behavior if viewers identify with the characters and model their own behavior on what they see," one expert told Rewire.News.
Two recent studies find that parents are afraid of messing up, but teens want guidance and frank information about sex.
We're fine with not having jade eggs in our bodies. And equally fine with regular yeast and hops in our brews.
At the same time the abstinence-only education is resurging, some legislators, school officials, and teachers are using this cultural moment to bolster classroom offerings that deal with consent and healthy boundaries.
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