Australia, 1991

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Sex is a program for young people. It deals in a fast, funny and frank way with relationships, sex, sexuality and sexual health in the context of HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Issues covered include choosing/negotiating not to have any sexual activity at all; choosing not to have penetrative sex; exploring alternative sexual activities; STDs, including HIV, their symptoms, modes of transmission and prevention; using condoms. Written by Morris Gleitzman of “Mother and Son” fame.

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