MORE SEX EDUCATION URGED AT METOO FORUM
By DAVID KLEMENT
Comprehensive sex education starting at an early age is one way to curtail sexual harassment for future generations. That was one of the few points of consensus that emerged from a lively discussion of the MeToo movement at the Institute’s March Dinner series program titled #MeToo and Men: The Case for Due Process.
Dr. Jill McCracken, Associate Professor at USF St. Petersburg, said MeToo will have succeeded if its momentum leads to age-appropriate sex education that prepares young people to know and respect boundaries and understand the meaning of consent. READ MORE
David Klement - A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist with 45 years of editing and writing experience for major metro as well as small-city newspapers.