John Oliver Teaches Sex Ed to Americans With Hilarious New PSA

If you had a bad time in sex ed, you’re one of the lucky ones.

Sex education is something we all need at some point, preferably before the point where not having it can be disastrous. However, many people don’t realize that over half the country’s schools are not required to teach any form of sex ed. Because of this, by the time many Americans reach adulthood, they either know nothing, or have false information about HIV and STD prevention, anatomy, and consent. In the latest episode of Last Week Tonight, John Oliver highlighted how inept sex ed is in America, and created a PSA of his own with the help of a star-studded cast of actors and comedians.

Skip to [17:42] to watch the PSA.

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