Describes how the influence of feminist thinking has altered the approach to sex education for young women, while young men remain damaged and restricted by rigid stereotypes of men. Suggests that, while women have done good work on sex education with boys, men should also get involved in sex education for boys, providing an alternative for the stereotype that men do not talk seriously about sex. Provides some suggestions for ways of carrying out this work.
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