Peters, Harley; Keillor, Garrison
August 1971
New Yorker;8/14/1971, Vol. 47 Issue 26, p31
This article focuses on sex education in the schools. Most educators agree that sex should be taught because sex is learning. It is stated that sex is learning how to listen, sex is learning how to look at other people, and sex is learning how to feel about oneself. Listening is more than sensory reception.


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