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Sex-Ed School for the city of New York

Sex education is not a mandate in all the states in the USA, but abortion rights are fully protected in a few. After analyzing research undertaken in the Reproductive Justice Network studio, the project recognized the effect denied sex education in schools has on abortion rates in the country and realized the need for awareness to enable reproductive justice.

Hence, in order to provide comprehensive sex education to every individual, what is a public sex-ed school? The project addresses the sense of visibility /approach to sex education in a public space. The proposal is indeed a space of collaboration between schools that talk about sex and well being. Situated in the public park it redefines the tabu and notions around the subject and is a radical practice that encourages kids to share experiences around health as they grow up; it’s a sex-ed school that’s integrated into everyday schooling.