Where Not to Turn for Sex Advice

As a child of the 1980’s, the playground was rather unfortunately the place many people went for sex ed — the kind of sex ed that wasn’t taught in classrooms. Kids would ask each other what it was like to touch a woman’s breast, and what the experience was to do all kinds of things that most kids didn’t do at that age. If it wasn’t from the playground, it was from older brothers, who seemed to always know what they were saying but were often just as misinformed as their younger brethren.

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