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This lesson introduces refusal skills that students can use if a negotiation to use condoms is unsuccessful.


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A carefully planned sex education curriculum can help young people navigate thorny questions responsibly and with confidence.


Beyond the basics of the birds and the bees, SRE is an opportunity for secondary students to discuss their perceptions of how relationships work and misconceptions about sex, as well as thinking about the importance of choice and consent.


April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and while sexual assault happens all year long — every 73 seconds , in fact — this month gives us an opportunity to tackle a subject that should be simple, yet, is still something that people have trouble understanding: Consent.