The following post has content of a sexual nature. Obviously.

When it comes to sex education in schools, no question is a stupid question and that’s how it should be.

But many young students still lack basic knowledge about sex and relationships.

In an earlier study in England, 32 per cent of young people said they found sex education unhelpful or inadequate.

And in the US, there is no national standard on who gets taught what and when. Only 24 states and the District of Columbia mandate are required to offer sex education, according to the Guttmacher Institute. And shockingly, only 13 states require that the information taught is medically accurate.

So it’s no surprise that people are talking about what they should have been taught in sex education at school.

A Reddit thread on the topic has emerged and here are some of the things people felt they missed out on.

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