2006 sex education in school is insufficient to support adolescent in the 21st century.

Discusses the benefits of sex education for adolescents as they are under great pressure to be sexually active and explorative, including the chance to grow into their sexually independent selves. In essence, adolescents require accurate information, emotional and interpersonal support, and opportunities to make their own sexual decisions, regardless of their gender or orientation. It goes further to talk about a suitable setting for teaching young people about sex.