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[O C] Sexuality Explained - Singapore's 1St Sexuality Education Video For Youth

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Hi Darkflame, we are glad that you liked it.

 

We also wanted to thank the youth who stepped forward late last year to contribute their ideas and views on how to do these videos. These inputs helped us to make these videos as relevant as possible.

 

Please help us to share them on your social media.

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Very objective and educational. Comparable to the standard of videos used in sexuality education in schools. *thumbs-up*

Great to see youth involvement in these videos production. :)

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Correct me here here, please. Drag queen and Drag king fall under transgender? As far as we know one may drag but not necessarily a transgender.

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Hi Yiswim, we are glad you like the series. At Oogachaga, we tried to include community inputs and involvement in our program planning as early as possible. In this case, the inputs on details such as the topics and down to how long a video clip should be are provided by the youth in the Focus Group Discussion.

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Correct me here here, please. Drag queen and Drag king fall under transgender? As far as we know one may drag but not necessarily a transgender.

 

Hi iamziz, in a broad description, drag queen and king fall under transgender but you are right, by gender identity or sexual orientation they can be everything else. In this case, the classification of drag queen and king are included under the gender expression. 

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lol cute leh! If only they showed this a decade ago, many LGBTs wouldn't have tormented themselves for a period of time before they reach a 'conclusion' or a comfortable 'answer'.

I rmb...the sex-ed vid that my school showed was so limited, and focused more on safe-sex, and the dangers of unprotected sex.

Is this approved by MOE, gonna screen in schools as part of sex-ed?

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:) Thank you for enjoying it. 

 

We decided to do these series as we know from our conversation with a lot of young men and women that they do not have the right education from the school system. Well since a lot of people are also turning to online source for education instead of the school system.

 

Help us to spread the words on this series okie?

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