What they don't teach at school: talking about sex?
Let's face it, sex education at school can be pretty basic. Talking about sex can be difficult and downright embarrassing - I'm sure most of us have stories about the 'sex talk' done badly (I still have nightmares about a certain teacher unglamorously ripping a condom on a large cucumber!)
Though that is better than nothing. A study from 2010 found that 50% of disabled people received no sex education at all school!
Sex eduction for most people tends to focus on the "physics" (biological diagrams and how not to get pregnant when having sex) but doesn't really go into the "chemistry" (how a relationship actually works, emotions and how to talk about sex).
So let's put that right!
If you could design the sex education curriculum, what topics would you include?
Bear in mind that the idea is to help people feel comfortable talking about sex, especially with their partners and that it would be for everyone, including people with disabilities and health conditions.