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” Anniek Pheifer asks a crowd of Dutch elementary school students. Jan de Doper elementary school gym is decked in heart-shaped balloons and streamers. Welcome to “Spring Fever” week in primary schools across the Netherlands, the week of focused sex ed classes… 11-year-olds discuss sexual orientation and contraceptive options.

“We wanted to show that sexuality also has to do with respect, intimacy, and safety.” Beyond risk prevention The Dutch approach to sex ed has garnered international attention, largely because the Netherlands boasts some of the best outcomes when it comes to teen sexual health.It’s about having open, honest conversations about love and relationships.By law, all primary school students in the Netherlands must receive some form of sexuality education.In fact, the term for what’s being taught here is sexuality education rather than sex education.That’s because the goal is bigger than that, says Ineke van der Vlugt, an expert on youth sexual development for Rutgers WPF, the Dutch sexuality research institute behind the curriculum.That means encouraging respect for all sexual preferences and helping students develop skills to protect against sexual coercion, intimidation and abuse.

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