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If you’re raising, educating or working with children today, you know there is a big problem with the lack of sexual health education provided to our children.
Times have changed. In the digital age we live in, there is an onslaught of readily available pornography and hyper-sexualized content (even just through accessing social media) that is exposing our children to content that is far beyond what they are able to comprehend - both emotionally and intellectually. This is a growing problem, and there is truly no way for us to monitor and intercept every one of these experiences as parents and caregivers. Here are some education tools to help navigate educating children and youth
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