I understand that Sex Education only premiered on Netflix two days ago, but I would like season 2 immediately, please. Right now.
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Sex education is a broad term used to describe education about human sexual anatomy, sexual reproduction, sexual intercourse, and other aspects of human sexual behavior. Although some form of sex education is part of the curriculum at many schools, it remains a controversial issue in several countries, particularly with regard to the age at which children should start receiving such education, the amount of detail which is revealed, and topics dealing with human sexuality and behavior eg. Chief among controversial points is whether covering child sexuality is valuable or detrimental; the use of birth control such as condoms and oral contraceptives; and the impact of such use on pregnancy outside marriage, teenage pregnancy, and the transmission of STDs. Increasing support for abstinence only sex education by conservative groups has been one the primary cause of this controversy.
Sex Education is a British comedy-drama web television series, created by Laurie Nunn, that premiered on 11 Januaryon Netflix. The series became a critical and commercial success for Netflix, with over 40 million viewers, having streamed the first season after its debut on the streaming service. In FebruaryNetflix renewed Sex Education for a second season.
Netflix's Sex Education has won the hearts of anyone who has ever felt self-conscious about having sex with the lights on, or been embarrassed by their mum trying to gatecrash their friend's house party. And now fans are taking to Twitter in their droves to demand that the relatable teens of Moordale High reunite asap for a second season. And the great news is, they got their wish!
The Netflix comedy-drama series Sex Education is being praised for its depiction of abortion. But it was the third instalment that received the biggest praise following an episode that saw the character Maeve — played by Emma Mackey — having an abortion after discovering she is pregnant. The episode sees Maeve chatting with a nurse who counsels her on her decision as well as offering her contraceptive options.
We're on their trail, and we've got many fresh leads to chase down — please support our work. In Poland, a bill in parliament threatens sex educators with prison sentences. Over the next two hours, our reporter heard about several interconnected strategies to oppose or undermine the new curriculum — from new campaign groups set up over the last year to legal challenges, alternative teaching resources, lobbying and promoting homeschooling.