Malaysia Gives Green Light for Sex Education
December 21, 2006
Under new plans approved by Malaysia's cabinet, the conservative, Muslim-majority nation will introduce its first-ever sex education program in schools. The program will address youths from age four through young adulthood and will include topics including homosexuality, masturbation, rape and HIV/AIDS. The move signals a major shift in Malaysia, where sex remains a taboo topic.
Agence France Presse
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