Virginia Beall, Elon University
The new actors signal a shift in the classic BBC television show.
Jordan Oulela, University of Texas at San Antonio
These amazing moms show strength and resilience even during the most difficult times.
The glamorization of adult themes and age-inappropriate casting can lead to problematic assumptions made about real life.
Virginia Laurie, Washington and Lee University
The Netflix hit’s newest season introduces Cal, a Black nonbinary character who presents a new standard for intersectional representation in the media.
Alexa Katherine Will, University of Pittsburgh
Despite the stark violence and discrimination that exists in the television industry, Netflix champions Eric Effiong and the intersection of his ethnicity, race and sexuality in largely positive ways.
Sarah Gudenau, Oakland University
The discussion is gaining traction on TikTok: How do the two concepts compare and how can we identify them in media?
Katherine Bry, Washington University
How does the U.S.’s fear-based sex education stack up against sex education that emphasizes pleasure?
Cathleen Luo, Columbia University
The topic of abortion has been put up for debate many times, but the issue at its core could help clear the divide.
Starr Shapiro, Columbia University
Quarantine has greatly slowed production of new television programming, but have no fear. Here is some must-watch content from recent years that you can watch right now.
Nina Dutta, Occidental College
Taking its cue from the #MeToo movement, the Netflix series follows one of its characters as she processes the trauma resulting from a sexual assault on public transportation.
Kayla Carson, Simon Fraser University
Kids are getting exposed to inappropriate content earlier than ever.
Haley Cohen, Quinnipiac University
This show isn’t afraid to address just how awkward and confusing intimacy can be.
Cameron Rapata, Columbia College Chicago
We really need a more comprehensive approach to sexuality education in the American school system.
Christine Bushart, Georgia State University
It’s never too late to learn.
Christian Cannon, Rice University
Let’s talk about sex.
Lizzy Spangler, University of North Texas
Unfortunately, STIs are a common mistake in college, and the first thing you’ll want to do is avoid the urge to break down and freak out.
Alli Guaman, Marymount Manhattan College
The online dating scene might be exciting, but you need to be boring when it comes to protecting your sexual health.
Kristian Porter, Northern Kentucky University
From consent to gender to blowjobs, these five vloggers will teach you everything you need to know about sexuality.
Andrew Wilson, University of Texas at Austin and Guest Contributor
Why colleges need to have ‘The Talk’ with the queer community.
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