It appears masturbation is causing our government to go blind
The President can deny Joycelyn Elders her job as Surgeon General. Unfortunately he cannot deny the fact that today's generation of teenagers is more sexually active than any of its predecessors. A fact that makes an intelligent approach to sex education, even when it includes subjects like masturbation, more important than ever. After all we live in the age of AIDS. And that's something we should never lose sight of.
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AIDS Education Collection
AIDS (Disease)--Government policyChildrenCondomsMasturbationSex instructionSocial advocacyYouth
AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
53.0cm x 33.0cm
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