South Park could help boys’ sexual education

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With rates of chlamydia in Australia increasing, researchers are encouraging teachers of sexual education to use more unconventional methods. A study from the Burnet Institute revealed 13 per cent of 12- to 15-year-old girls tested positive to chlamydia.This was more than any other age group with women between 20 and 24 years of age at only 8 per cent positive tests.Researchers are now encouraging more engaging methods of sexual health education including using vulgar and comedic television shows.

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