Swipe right for sexism

3 thoughts on “Swipe right for sexism”

  1. I was literally just thinking about being more open with our talk about sex and sexuality. The more teenagers learn to be able to talk about it, with parents, with adults, the more they will feel comfortable about pursuing it, and hopefully be far more enlightened both about being safe and not being harmful. Because that last one – NOT BEING SEXUALLY HARMFUL – is the one message and talk that students need to be talking about.

    We need to demystify sex, and remove these stupid concepts of “masculinity” and “virginity” as some kind of goals that are achieved via sex – both concepts have real-life harmful results, and place emotional pressure where pressure does not need to be!

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