What LGBTQIA+ Sex Ed Should Look Like

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Combining interviews with experts and stories from regular people, this piece discusses the importance of sex education that is truly LGBTQIA+, not merely inclusive. It addresses information on barrier methods, a range of sexualities and gender identities, the fluidity of sex and gender, the vast diversity of ways people can be sexual, and more.