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07 January 2020

Young people are never very far from misinformation about sex, whether it’s impossible beauty standards, unrealistic expectations or the idea that everyone’s experience of sex is the same. That means that relationships and sex education (RSE) is crucial. It also means it’s important to be aware of what’s influencing your pupils. There are many sources of both unintentionally inaccurate and deliberately misleading information out there, including advertising, social media and religious and cultural expectations, as well as schoolyard rumours and legends.

Click here to read the full TES article.