Finally, sex ed curriculum is extremely heteronormative with some states even requiring sex ed programs to present negative information about non-heterosexual relationships and is actively failing to educate LGBTQ teens. While sex ed programs are failing to equip their students with sexual health information, sexual health policies are determined at state and local levels, making it difficult to deliver this information to teens through policy changes. Contributors can add personal anecdotes, advice, or their own answer to a question. Schools that do teach sexual health education tend to focus only on STIs and pregnancy prevention, which, while are important topics, leave out equally important sexual health subjects, like sexual consent, pleasure, and healthy relationships, that are vital for sexual assault prevention. In the question database, each question has been answered by a health educator or public health expert in a succinct and engaging manner to give teens quick, direct, and reliable answers to their questions. Sometimes the kinds of answers users are looking for depend on their sexual orientation and gender identity, so we'd like to add "filter" to the search function so to prioritize contributors answers with similar profiles to the the employed filters. Still, teens are curious about sex and sexual health! Lastly, we want to continue to grow the question database.
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