If I asked you to recall your sex education, chances are high that you, like me, would struggle to think beyond awkwardly putting a condom on a banana.
After all, our sex education lessons were rarely pleasant, shame-free zones where curiosity could be met with compassion and experience. In most cases, including my own, they were focused on delivering biologically-accurate renditions of the heterosexual dual unit, usually in frosty classrooms.
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