What To Teach Youngsters About Sex

April 1948
Ebony;Apr1948, Vol. 3 Issue 6, p38
The article discusses the author's view on how to teach education to the youngsters to prevent misconception in the U.S. The author cites that the misconceptions and improper explanation of sex education to the young people would led them to confusion. In this regard, several strategies of different schools and institutions are discussed to properly education the teenagers about sex education.


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