Sex Education

TV review by Joyce Slaton, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 16+

Quirky comedy has terrific premise, tons of mature content.

Parents say

age 15+

Based on 47 reviews

Kids say

age 14+

Based on 155 reviews

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age 18+

Confused by Parents watching with their children....

So this is pornographic in nature. Do all these parents on here think it’s good to watch Porn with their children, because I’m appalled by these comments/reviews. I would have been uncomfortable as hell watching this with my parents as a teen and would never allow my child to watch this period while they lived in my home. Just because teens can’t seem to talk about anything other than sex in these kinds of shows ( another Hollywood projection used to drum up interest and make $$) that is not reality for many teens. I have to say the lighthearted review on this site talking about a mother walking in on her masterbating son in a car and the “ funny” bodily fluid that she sees. Are ya’ll perverts?!!!! Not funny, not appropriate . And ewww just no. If this site is backed by science as it claims, where is the science of the brain on porn, how addictive it is, how it actually is a leading cause of divorce, in adults, and how masterbating obsessively can lead to ED in teens ? They may want to throw that bit of reality in to make it ... more ....real life.... if that is what people are claiming this show depicts.
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age 13+

There's also a censored version

Just sayin there's a censored version you could just search it up, with all the sex and drugs out... So if you wanna show it to your teens but don't like those parts then buy the censored version. However I didn't find that there was much swearing, only a few.

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