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Take the Politics out of Sex Ed

From my first day of kindergarten to the anxious reception of my high school diploma at graduation, I was a product of the Greenville County public school system. The GCS district encompasses a large region of the South Carolina upcountry and provides a diverse offering of magnet schools, career centers, and other programming. 

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Adventures with the not so memorable sex education

I grew up in the upstate of South Carolina and attended Mauldin High School. I have many memories of it being a great school, offering opportunities for its students to grow and prepare for college and the real world. However, there was one area where my alma mater failed me, and that was with my sex education. 

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My Education isn't Political, Okay?

I’m from the good ol’ town of Greenville, South Carolina. Our town is famous for two things: Reedy River Park, and Mike Fair, the legislative blocker of all things good and wholesome. Welcome to the Upstate.

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You're wrong and here's why: clarifying the details of S.129

Every Monday at nine, I come into the office, pour myself a cup of coffee….and attempt to respond to the claims that I’m a god-hating woman who uses your tax paying money to enforce my “liberal agenda”. That’s wrong, and so are your misconceptions on why we are trying to kill bill S.129.

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My Education isn't Political

By: Lucas Messick

I am from Greenville, SC and received my Sex Education in the ninth grade. The course was just a segment of our Physical Education course and the school utilized the same instructors, there were no "specialized" or "trained" individuals involved in the process. 

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Take the Politics out of Sex Education

This isn't the first time I've told this story, and it won't be the last. But I think it is important to share. The fact is: my sex education was less than lackluster. I learned more about sex on the back of a school bus while listening to older kids talk. Probably not the most reliable source of information.

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Feminism and Healthcare: The Unstoppable Pair

 “Feminist: the person who believes in the social, political and economic equality of the sexes” as stated by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie in the beloved Queen Bey hit “Flawless”, encompasses the wishes, desires and longings of the feminist movement. 

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