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‘It’s Not a Competition, It’s a Personal Choice’: Kids and Teens Learn About Sex Through AMAZE

AMAZE, a new collaboration among Advocates for Youth, Answer, and Youth Tech Health, works to make appropriate and compelling sex education for 10-to-14-year-old kids and teens. In the video “When Will I be Ready? When Should I Have Sex?” high school students talk to each other about whether they’re ready for sex and what they should do to keep themselves safe. The post ‘It’s Not a Competition, It’s a Personal Choice’: Kids and Teens Learn About Sex Through AMAZE appeared first on Rewire.
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