Did you know that the price of a movie ticket in 1910 was 7 cents? We'd hate to brag, but we can make you a better offer.
On November 12th, Tell Them will be a hosting a FREE screening of Sex(ed): The Movie. It is the second screening in our Movies with a Message series and will provide a laid back, and informative history regarding sex education and how it's developed within the United States.
Here are 5 reasons why we should see you there:
1. You're already in debt due to the #PumpkinSpiceLife, and this fall activity is completely free. We get it, it's fall and you've already spent 200 dollars this month picking apples and buying fancy coffee that you could have purchased at Publix for less than 10 bucks. Don't worry, we've got your back.
2. You'll learn things without feeling the pain of learning things. On a Thursday night, no one wants a formal education session or seminar. We understand. So sit back and let this funny documentary guide the way to higher learning.
3. We have social justice, and we have snacks. After watching a social justice documentary, do you find yourself pumped up to take action and make a change? After the screening we will provide you with information on how you can positively impact your community. Plus, we have snacks.
4. No screaming children. We are pretty sure we there won't be any distractions. Just documentary, glorious documentary.
5. Because South Carolina needs our help. By learning the history of sex education, we will be better prepared to fix the future of sex education. Shouldn't all young people know how their bodies work? A handful of local politicians don't think so. They continue to sabotage legislation that would require schools to provide medically accurate sex education to our state's next generation.