Many young people are expanding their sex education online, reading and discussing a wide range of topics including respect, LGBTQ issues and pregnancy. Photo: Shutterstock
Many young people are expanding their sex education online, reading and discussing a wide range of topics including respect, LGBTQ issues and pregnancy. Photo: Shutterstock
Singapore

Young Singaporeans look to TikTok for sex education as more challenge culture of shame

  • There’s a growing desire among city state’s youth to have more open, wide-ranging conversations about sex-related matters, which are traditionally considered taboo
  • Similar conversations are happening elsewhere, including South Korea and Japan, looking at topics like consent, respect, same-gender sex and digital media impact

Many young people are expanding their sex education online, reading and discussing a wide range of topics including respect, LGBTQ issues and pregnancy. Photo: Shutterstock
Many young people are expanding their sex education online, reading and discussing a wide range of topics including respect, LGBTQ issues and pregnancy. Photo: Shutterstock
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