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In Argentina, a mostly Catholic and conservative country, discussion around sex education has been heated. That’s why a law passed in 2006 to give kids comprehensive sexual education has been sporadically implemented. Until recently, it was ignored and put on the back burner.

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These young people are enrolled in an extracurricular, five-week sex ed class at Casa Fusa, a health clinic in Buenos Aires, Argentina. They're here because they say the school system has let them down on this topic. In Argentina, sexual education is controversial. 

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