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•Most sex education in schools is geared toward cisgender straight experiences and questions (when these are addressed at all). As of 2018, seven states explicitly require school teachers to portray LGBTQ people negatively in sex education programs or prohibit teachers from mentioning LGBTQ people at all.


•The largest, most important, and most active sexual organ of the body is the brain.


•The clitoris has 8,000 nerve endings. The clitoris also interacts with 15,000 additional nerve endings within the vulva. It is the only human organ that exists solely for pleasure.


•The back ⅔ of the vagina has essentially no sensitivity although the outer 1/3 of the vagina contains nearly 90% of the vaginal nerve endings. The so-called G-spot is an area that is likely part of the internal clitoris. Most people with vaginas do not experience orgasm from intercourse alone.


•The prostate is a walnut-sized gland in the body located below the bladder, between the rectum and urethra at the base of the penis. If you were born with a penis, you were born with a prostate. The prostate is highly sensitive to pressure and touch, and some people can reach orgasm with prostate stimulation alone

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