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Sex education, nowadays, is a compulsory part of the school curriculum. This is necessary because school-based sex education improves sexual health outcomes for teenagers. Education on sexuality is a way of providing knowledge to the children so that they are able to manage their sexual well-being. Topics of sex education include bodies, privacy, behaviors and the ‘place’ of sex in one’s life. Parents also may want to know about the content that is delivered in the school to their children. But, it is true that most of the parents find it difficult to talk to their children about sexual matters.
No matter how awkward it may be, sex education is a parent's responsibility. It needs to happen at home, too. As proper sex education is an essential part of promoting healthy living, we have mentioned some of the tips for parents to help them get started: