sex education (the tv show)

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sex education (the tv show)

Unread postby confusedinlove » Wed Jan 20, 2021 5:02 pm

so this is the first time i've posted a non-advice question, and i know it's from like 2 years ago, but i'm curious to hear what actual sex educators and other people interested in the topic think about the show sex education. i think, beyond being a funny and generally good show, it's a pretty interesting and accurate look at the sex and relationship lives and problems of teenagers, and i think most of the advice that otis gives is actually pretty good. what do you guys think?

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Re: sex education (the tv show)

Unread postby Siân » Fri Jan 22, 2021 5:37 am

Hi confusedinlove,

I really enjoyed sex education as a show! There were some things that I thought it handled really well - honestly most of my gripes came from how americanised their allegedly UK school was. Did every relationship or piece of advice live up to my exact ideal? No, but compared to a lot of what's out there I think it gave a more realistic and well-rounded view of sexuality than most shows :)


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