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In writer Neal Pollack’s opinion, the sex ed curriculum at his son's school has…shortcomings. In this episode, Neal sends Elijah to a sex ed program offered by a local church--one that involves practice midnight condom purchases, and lots and lots of lube.

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Public school sex ed vs. private sex ed curriculum

Elijah reports to his father about what he is begin taught in his public school sex education class, including what he likes and dislikes about it. Because Neal is unhappy with the information being taught, he arranges for Elijah to attend a program at a nearby church. They discuss the pros and cons of each program.

Neal and Elijah seem to have a great relationship and are very open with each other, and I think that makes this podcast very interesting and easy to listen to.

I was surprised to find that a church offers the type of progressive and open sex ed program that Elijah ends up taking at the church-I've personally never heard of this happening and I'm sure that I would have to hunt for something like this where I live. I'm thrilled that Neal sought more information for his son when he wasn't happy with what Elijah was being offered-I support this wholeheartedly as I homeschool my middle and high schoolers. I was quite shocked with what Elijah reported from his public school class, but I can't speak to the sex ed that is offered around here because we are not a part of the public or private school system.

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Excellent Insight!

This course, O.W.L. should spread to all schools. I appreciate that the insight was provided from a student.