The internet has changed how kids learn about sex, but sex ed in the classroom still sucks. In Sex Ed 2. Sure, while Australia banned guns, has one of the highest minimum wages in the world, offers free healthcare — it, like America, and many other countries, still lags on sex ed. Although I started learning about the birds and the bees in grade five, when I progressed into an all-boys high school, there wasn't much of a shift away from the mostly biological, clinical focus of sex ed. There was the usual stuff: How to put on a condom hello, banana , what kind of sexually-transmitted infections STIs you could contract if you didn't use protection, and what genitals look like.
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In a rather slow-moving series of the ITV2 hit, the Longford-born model has been a breath of hilarious fresh air, enticing and terrifying the boys in equal measure with her overt sexuality. The suggestion that Tom Walker join her in bed on their first date. Almost swallowing an ice lolly whole while maintaining eye contact with Tommy. Pretty much swallowing a carrot whole while dressed as a Playboy bunny. The woman is sex positivity and horniness personified, and it stacks up to not only genius telly moments, but a refreshing look at female sexuality in a show where chasteness is often rewarded see Dani Dyer winning last year after staying celibate for the duration. Did you actually just say that? Wow, ok.
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Illustration by Eleanor Doughty. The first two professional jobs that I had following my graduation from a fairly liberal, midsized university in Virginia were both in North Carolina, a stark contrast from the openly queer lifestyle that I had taken for granted for while serving as president of my university's Gay-Straight Alliance. At the time of my move, I considered North Carolina to be a fairly progressive state—most likely because all of the gay clubs that I had ever been to were located there.
A college lecturer in Canada has been fired after demanding sex, moose meat and lobster from one of his female students in exchange for better grades. The harassment began in February, when the lecturer asked the student if she wanted to be "friends with benefits" during an extracurricular study session, the Cape Breton Post reported. The female student, who requested anonymity, told the Post she started to become "very uncomfortable with some of the questions he was asking, such as how many sexual partners we had, if we had ever done drugs or did crazy partying before. The student said the teacher asked her to bring him moose meat and lobster in exchange for better grades, which she did. Though she knew what she was doing was wrong, she admitted she had been struggling with daily tests that made up a significant portion of her final grade.