Shafia Zaloom

Health Educator at the Urban School in San Francisco

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There are a couple of TV shows right now that deal explicitly with teen sexuality: “Sex Education” and “Big Mouth” on Netflix, and Hulu’s “Pen15.”

Teen sexuality on TV: Lessons for parents

There are a couple of TV shows right now that deal explicitly with teen sexuality: “Sex Education” and “Big Mouth” on Netflix, and Hulu’s “Pen15.”

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