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Sexuality According to “How to Bring An End to the War Over Sex Ed”, South Carolina passed the Comprehensive Health Education Act in 1988, which Requires sexuality education from elementary school through high school,  including at least 12.5 hours of “reproductive health and pregnancy prevention  education” at some point during a student’s high school years.  In “How to Bring An End to the War Over Sex Ed”, why does Kristen Jordan lead students in choruses of “Penis! Penis! Penis! Vagina! Vagina! Vagina!”? So that “they can use the real names for their body parts without giggling” (189).  According to “Gay and homeless: In plain sight, a largely hidden population”, which is not a reason that gay and transgender youths become homeless? Reasons that they DO become homeless: family history of abuse, neglect,  addiction, incarceration, mental illness. Many say their sexual or gender identity  often plays a role in the breakdown of their families (192). 
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