You may have cringed at the time, but sexual education is a crucial component to how we think about sex. Olivia Bowden June 5, In grade eight, after a sex education lesson held in the school gym, I remember hurriedly gathering with my pre-teen classmates for a much-needed debrief. We had just learned happened when you lose your virginity—and it had terrified all of us. Sex seemed like it was unbelievably painful and filled with blood and gore for all women.
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Young teenagers are gathered in groups in the school library, talking about sexual harassment. They are discussing different scenarios and whether the person involved can ever give their consent to them - whether that's holding hands, sharing photos online or being followed. It's part of a Year 9 lesson at Firth Park Academy in Sheffield on consent and sexual harassment, where discussions have turned to the murders of Sarah Everard and Sabina Nessa, who were both killed as they walked alone at night. Sex education is now compulsory for secondary school children in England, something that's welcomed by the class's teacher, Frankie Arundel. Sexual harassment and violence against women are very much in the forefront of people's minds and we want to make sure pupils feel safe and can keep themselves safe if they have any worries," she says. I know there was opposition to it but it has been debated, it's written into law. The pupils themselves have lots of thoughts about how things could be improved. Leila feels angry that there were some suggestions in the media that women, rather than the men who attack them, should change their behaviour. Why should we have a curfew? Why can't they fix themselves so we can go out as a normal person and be safe?
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Skip navigation! Lynn Enright. When I was a child I thought the word 'clitoris' was slang. I was a teenager before I realised that it was a proper word, included in the Oxford English Dictionary and everything. Neither did masturbation or female orgasm. A few years later, when teachers showed us videos featuring anti-choice, pro-abstinence Americans as part of our sex education, any talk of female pleasure was similarly absent. I am Irish and I had always assumed that the dire sex education I received was an anomaly in the developed West, a symptom of how the Catholic church was intertwined in the Irish education system.
When Jemima Kirke arrives as headteacher at Moordale Secondary, it's with a bang, a stylish blonde lob, and a quirky choreographed dance. She introduces herself mononymously as Hope. As we soon find out, she is, in fact, not cool — an Umbridge in a Glossier showroom employee's clothing. Hope is highly concerned with optics, pleasing the school's conservative donors, and keeping her students in line. In her mind, there's no place for individuality, identity exploration, or quality sex education , though there is plenty time for harmful manipulation of high-achieving students. TV: When Hope does the dance at the beginning, you think she's going to be this very liberal, free-spirited presence and very quickly she isn't. What do you think is motivating her throughout this season?