School's in Session! 5 Facts About Sex From Netflix's Newest Season of Sex Education

Sex Education is, without a doubt, one of the best teen shows that Netflix has ever made, and it's mostly because of the fact that it does exactly what it says in the name. It educates us about sex. For a lot of young people, both in the UK where the show is based and in the US, sex education curriculum isn't as extensive as it could be and doesn't extend to the realms of pleasure or how to practice safe sex, which are arguably two of the most important things for young people to know about.

Thankfully, what some curriculums lack, Netflix makes up for (only in part, of course), and the show's third season has taught us a fair amount about sex that we may not have known already or weren't familiar with. Whether it's the fact that penetrative sex isn't the only sex or the reassuring concept that all vaginas are completely normal and unique, there's a learning for everyone.

Read on to discover five things we learned about sex thanks to Sex Education.

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