In der Netflix-Comedy Sex Education geht es um Otis Milburn, seines Zeichens noch selbst Jungfrau, der nach dem Vorbild seiner Mutter zusammen mit. Sex Education. |16 |2 Staffeln|Comedyserien. Nerd Otis hat dank seiner Mutter, einer Sexualtherapeutin, alle Antworten parat. Daher will seine rebellische. Alle Staffeln der Serie Sex Education. Episodenanzahl: 24 Folgen; Start in Großbritannien: Januar ; Deutschlandstart der. Staffel Sex Education:
Sex Education Episodenguide„Sex Education“ – darum geht's. Otis Milburn (Asa Butterfield) ist ein verklemmter Schüler an der Moordale High, der bis auf seinen besten. Sex Education ist eine Netflix-Fernsehserie über einen unfreiwilligen Sexperten, der eine im Untergrund operierende Praxis für verwirrte und leidende. Alle Staffeln der Serie Sex Education. Episodenanzahl: 24 Folgen; Start in Großbritannien: Januar ; Deutschlandstart der. Staffel Sex Education:
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In Nepal , sex education is mandatory in School. In Japan , sex education is mandatory from age 10 or 11, mainly covering biological topics such as menstruation and ejaculation.
In Sri Lanka , sex education traditionally consisted of reading the reproduction section of biology textbooks.
In Sri Lanka young people are taught when they are 17—18 years old. The International Planned Parenthood Federation and the BBC World Service ran a part series known as Sexwise ,  which discussed sex education, family life education, contraception and parenting.
It was first launched in South Asia and then extended worldwide. The Singapore Family Planning Association has developed a series of sex education programs for young people, focusing on strict control of sexual behavior and age.
The Singapore government attaches great importance to the moral education of young people, and the sentencing of sexual offenses is very strict.
The World Health Organization and the German Federal Office of Health Education recommend sex education for children of all ages.
In Finland , sexual education is usually incorporated into various compulsory courses, mainly as part of biology lessons in lower grades and later in a course related to general health issues.
In France , sex education has been part of school curricula since Schools are expected to provide 30 to 40 hours of sex education, and pass out condoms, to students in grades 8 and 9 aged 15— In January , the French government launched an information campaign on contraception with TV and radio spots and the distribution of five million leaflets on contraception to high school students.
The ultimate goal is to foster mutual respect between boys and girls early on so that it impacts their conception of the world later on.
The first state-sponsored courses on sex education were introduced in Breslau, Prussia c. Martin Chotzen. In Germany , sex education has been part of school curricula since Since sex education is a governmental duty by law.
It normally covers all subjects concerning the process of growing up, bodily changes during puberty, emotions involved, the biological process of reproduction, sexual activity, partnership, homosexuality, unwanted pregnancies and the complications of abortion, the dangers of sexual violence , child abuse , and sex-transmitted diseases.
It is comprehensive enough that it sometimes also includes things in its curricula such as sex positions.
Most schools offer courses on the correct usage of contraception. A sex survey by the World Health Organization concerning the habits of European teenagers in revealed that German teenagers care about contraception.
The birth rate among to year-olds was very low—only German Constitutional Court and later, in , the European Court of Human Rights , rejected complaints from several Baptists against Germany concerning mandatory sex education.
From a Western point of view, sex education in Poland has never actually developed. At the time of the People's Republic of Poland , since , it was one of the school subjects; however, it was relatively poor and did not achieve any actual success.
This policy is largely due to the strong objection against sex education raised by the Catholic Church. Some sex education is taught as part of biology-related curricula.
There is also an official program intended to provide sex education for students. Subsidized by the Dutch government, the "Long Live Love" package Lang leve de liefde , developed in the late s, aims to give teenagers the skills to make their own decisions regarding health and sexuality.
Nearly all secondary schools provide sex education, as part of biology classes and over half of primary schools discuss sexuality and contraception.
Starting the school year, age-appropriate sex education—including education about sexual diversity —will be compulsory in all secondary and primary schools.
The curriculum focuses on biological aspects of reproduction as well as on values, attitudes, communication and negotiation skills.
Dutch sex education encourages the idea that topics like masturbation, homosexuality, and sexual pleasure are normal or natural and that there are larger emotional, relational, and societal forces that shape the experiences of sexuality.
Dutch parents try to accept their children's romantic relationships and even allow sleepovers, expecting them to have sex. The Netherlands has one of the lowest teenage pregnancy rates in the world, and the Dutch approach is often seen as a model for other countries.
In Slovakia the content of sex education varies from school to school, most frequently as a segment of a larger lesson plan of a subject akin to "Nature science" in English this course covers both biology and petrology.
Generally the sex ed content taught in Slovakia is quite basic, sometimes lacking, though exactly what any given lesson contains varies among schools and is dependent on the teacher's knowledge of the subject.
It is not uncommon for teachers to rely on students asking questions as opposed to documentaries, discussions, textbooks and in-class debates.
Classes are usually divided into boys and girls. Boys are taught the basics of sex, usually limited to dialogue between student and teacher of annotated diagrams of genitalia; while girls are additionally taught about menstruation and pregnancy.
In Sweden , sex education was established in for secondary education and in for all grades. Alongside this emphasis of sexual diversity, Swedish sex education has equal incorporations of lesbian and gay sexuality as well as heterosexual sexuality.
They provide knowledge about masturbation, oral and anal sex as well as heterosexual, genital intercourse. In Switzerland , the content and amount of sex education is decided at the cantonal level.
In Geneva , courses have been given at the secondary level first for girls since and compulsory programs have been implemented at secondary level for all classes since the s.
Interventions in primary schools were started during the '80s, with the basic objective of empowering children, strengthening their resources, and giving the capacity to discriminate what is right or wrong based upon what is and isn't allowed by law and society.
They are also given knowledge of their own rights, told that they can have their own feelings about themselves, and informed on whom to talk to in case they feel uncomfortable about a private matter and wish to talk about it.
Finally, the objectives include an enforcement of their capacity to decide for themselves and their ability to express their feeling about a situation and say "No".
In secondary schools, there are programs at ages 13—14 and 16—17 with the basic objective to give students a secure moment with caring, well informed adults.
With confidentiality and mutual respect, students can talk to an adult who understands youth needs and what they should know about sexual life in conformity with age and maturity.
In the German part of the country, the situation is somewhat different. Sex education as a school implemented program is a fairly recent subject, the responsibility given to school teachers.
Cecil Reddie ran the first sex education course at a British school in October at Abbotsholme School. In England and Wales , Sex and relationship education SRE is currently compulsory, in part, from age 11 onwards.
It involves teaching children about reproduction, sexuality and sexual health. It doesn't promote early sexual activity or any particular sexual orientation.
The compulsory parts of sex and relationship education are the elements contained within the national curriculum for science.
Parents can currently withdraw their children from all other parts of sex and relationship education if they want. The compulsory curriculum focuses on the reproductive system, foetal development , and the physical and emotional changes of adolescence, while information about contraception and safe sex is discretionary  and discussion about relationships is often neglected.
Some schools actively choose to deliver age appropriate relationship and sex education from Early Years Foundation Stage , which include the differences between boys and girls, naming body parts, what areas of the body are private and should not be touched unless the child is happy and gives consent.
Following sustained political pressure,     in March it was announced by the Department for Education DofE that from September , Relationship Education RE in primary schools and Relationship and Sex Education RSE in secondary schools will be made mandatory in England by the UK government.
A consultation was held by the DofE from 19 December to 12 February to inform the updated guidelines that will be released before the new mandatory subject being added to the curriculum in England in The main sex education programme in Scotland is Healthy Respect , which focuses not only on the biological aspects of reproduction but also on relationships and emotions.
Education about contraception and sexually transmitted diseases are included in the programme as a way of encouraging good sexual health.
In response to a refusal by Catholic schools to commit to the programme, however, a separate sex education programme has been developed for use in those schools.
Funded by the Scottish Government , the programme Called to Love focuses on encouraging children to delay sex until marriage, and does not cover contraception, and as such is a form of abstinence-only sex education.
As education is a provincial concern, sex education varies across Canada. Ontario has a provincial curriculum created in Attempting to update it has proven controversial: a first reform was shelved in  and a new curriculum introduced in by the Liberal government under Kathleen Wynne was reversed three years later by the Conservatives under Doug Ford , inviting parents to file complaints against teachers who won't comply with the change.
With rates of syphilis and gonorrhea rising in the province since this change, several researchers and sex educators are criticizing the current policy, most notably Lisa Trimble and Stephanie Mitelman.
Almost all U. Many states have laws governing what is taught in sex education classes and contain provisions to allow parents to opt out. Some state laws leave curriculum decisions to individual school districts.
For example, a study by the Guttmacher Institute found that most U. Other studied topics, such as methods of birth control and infection prevention, sexual orientation , sexual abuse , and factual and ethical information about abortion , varied more widely.
Only two forms of sex education are taught in American schools: "abstinence plus" and " abstinence-only ".
Abstinence-only sex education tells teenagers that they should be sexually abstinent until marriage and does not provide information about contraception.
Among 48 of the 50 U. Only 11 states require that students receive both comprehensive and abstinence education and 9 states did not mention any sort of sexual education in their laws and policies.
The difference between these two approaches, and their impact on teen behavior, remains a controversial subject.
In the U. Proponents of comprehensive sex education, which include the American Psychological Association ,  the American Medical Association ,  the National Association of School Psychologists ,  the American Academy of Pediatrics ,  the American Public Health Association ,  the Society for Adolescent Medicine  and the American College Health Association ,  argue that sexual behavior after puberty is a given, and it is therefore crucial to provide information about the risks and how they can be minimized; they also claim that denying teens such factual information leads to unwanted pregnancies and STIs.
On the other hand, proponents of abstinence-only sex education object to curricula that fail to teach their standard of moral behavior; they maintain that a morality which is based on sex only within the bounds of marriage is "healthy and constructive" and that value-free knowledge of the body may lead to immoral, unhealthy, and harmful practices.
Within the last decade, the federal government has encouraged abstinence-only education by steering over a billion dollars to such programs.
The impact of the rise in abstinence-only education remains a question. To date, no published studies of abstinence-only programs have found consistent and significant program effects on delaying the onset of intercourse.
Congress found that middle school students who took part in abstinence-only sex education programs were just as likely to have sex and use contraception in their teenage years as those who did not.
According to Anna Mulrine of U. Virginia uses the sex education program called The National Campaign to prevent teen and unplanned pregnancy.
The Virginia Department of Health  ranked Virginia 19th in teen pregnancy birth rates in Virginia was also rated The Healthy people goal  is a teen pregnancy rate at or below 43 pregnancies per 1, females age 15— Sex education in Texas has recently become a policy of much focus in the state.
With the rise of recent protests and proposed bills in the Texas House, the current policy has been the focus of much scrutiny. As of , when Senate Bill 1 was enacted, Texas has left the decision of inclusion of sex education classes within schools up to the individual districts.
The school board members are entitled to approve all curricula that are taught; however the bill has certain criteria that a school must abide by when choosing to teach Sex Ed.
These include:. Additionally, school districts are not authorized to distribute condoms in connection with instruction relating to human sexuality.
Since the enactment of this policy, several research studies have been done to evaluate the Sex Ed Policy, namely the abstinence-only aspect of the teaching.
David Wiley and Kelly Wilson published the Just Say Don't Know: Sexuality Education in Texas Public Schools  report where they found that:.
According to Texas State Representative Mike Villarreal, "We have a responsibility to ensure that our children receive accurate information in the classroom, particularly when students' health is at stake," Villarreal said.
We cannot allow our schools to provide erroneous information—the stakes are far too high. Scientific evidence accumulated over many decades clearly demonstrates that the abstinence-only-until-married AOUM curriculum taught in Texas schools is harmful and ineffective in reducing the adolescent pregnancy rate in Texas.
Despite these facts, recently published in the Journal of Adolescent Health, AOUM programs continue to be funded by the U. In fact, the U. Catholic schools in Texas follow Catholic Church teachings in regard to Sex Education.
Some opponents of sex education in Catholic schools believe sex ed programs are doing more harm to the young than good. Opponents of sex education contend that children are not mentally and emotionally ready for this type of instruction, and believe that exposing the young to sex ed programs may foster the students with the preoccupation of sex.
The Catholic Church believes that parents are the first educators and should rightfully fight for their duty as such in regard to sex education:  .
The Government of Victoria Australia developed a policy for the promotion of Health and Human Relations Education in schools in that was introduced into the State's primary and secondary schools during A Consultative Council for Health and Human Relations Education was established in December under the chairmanship of Dame Margaret Blackwood ; its members possessed considerable expertise in the area.
Support services for the Consultative Council were provided by a new Health and Human Relations Unit within the Special Services Division of the Education Department of Victoria and was responsible for the implementation of the Government's policy and guidelines in this area.
The Unit advised principals, school councils, teachers, parents, tertiary institutions and others in all aspects of Health and Human Relations Education.
In the Consultative Council recommended the adoption of a set of guidelines for the provision of Health and Human Relations Education in schools as well as a Curriculum Statement to assist schools in the development of their programs.
These were presented to the Victorian Cabinet in December and adopted as Government policy. In New Zealand, sexuality education is part of the Health and Physical Education curriculum, which is compulsory for the first ten years of schooling Years 1 to 10 but optional beyond that.
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Expect plenty of fireworks. Aimee had a traumatic ordeal when she was sexually assaulted on the bus on her way to school.
With the help of Maeve and the other girls in detention, she eventually opened up about how she was feeling and, while still shaken, was able to acknowledge what had happened to her, something she found difficult over the course of season two.
And now she's over it! It was sustained, and it was believable, and it was honest. Already in episode one — I can still see that there's echoes of season two and it's still very much a present thing for her.
Jackson finally started to talk about his own mental health, ditching the pool and his strictly jock existence to become more of an everyman, pursuing a way of life that makes him happier.
That resulted in the beginnings of a new friendship with Viv and him taking to the stage as Romeo in Lily's adaptation of Romeo and Juliet.
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Writer Laurie Nunn has spoken about wanting to keep the Sex Education ball rolling beyond season three. Anderson echoed that in an interview with Collider.
And so at the end of the day, it's nobody's call but those guys at the top. Butterfield echoed that when chatting to Digital Spy : "I think it's a relatively simple story this one.
Obviously we're in college, so there's that time constraint. I don't think this show would ever go for 10 seasons I don't think it needs more than four or five [seasons].Many states have laws governing what is taught in sex education classes and contain Sexeducation to allow parents to opt out. In Januarythe French government launched an Rayisa Kondracki campaign on contraception with TV and radio spots and the distribution of five million leaflets on contraception to high school students. Advocates for Youth. Ads by TrafficFactory.