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Sex Education

When it comes to sex education, schools should teach the facts. Teens need to know the risks of having sex. There are many reasons why teens should wait to have sex. But teens also need to understand how to stay safe and protect themselves from disease.

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Urge Congress to Make Sex Ed a Priority

After years of denying teens the facts about birth control, rates of sexually transmitted infections have reached epidemic levels. It’s a problem we can fix if enough of us tell Congress to make it a priority.

Featured Efforts

Exposing Anti-Choice Crisis Pregnancy Centers

Anti-choice CPCs mislead and manipulate people facing unintended pregnancies. Learn More »

Choice Out Loud: Every Decision Has a Story

Choice Out Loud is a platform designed to help amplify the stories that men and women are already telling and add new voices to the conversation. Learn More »

Stories

Lela, 24

I had my first child when I was only 15 years old, a ninth grader in junior high.

Merry, 54

In 1972, as a 16 year old girl in high school, I instituted the “sex information center” at James Madison High School in Brooklyn, NY.

The Problem

 Many opponents of choice work to block schools from teaching teens the facts about sex and staying safe.

Our Solution

Our country needs to make fighting teen pregnancy a priority. The federal government and the states should invest more money in sex-education programs that work.


News & Updates

Poor Sex Education Fails Teens

By failing to invest in comprehensive sex education and birth control options for teens, we’re not giving teenagers a fair shot.

Arizona Students Deserve the Facts

Students need the facts about reproductive health care in order to make the best decisions for themselves. But an Arizona school board voted to remove information about birth control and abortion from a textbook.


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