Two Stanford grads recently created an engaging sex education app that aims to open up the discussion around sexual health and sex ed. In many parts of the US, it is still difficult for many teens to receive a comprehensive sexual education. This app helps to fill in the gaps by providing teens with a new tool for educating themselves.
The new app is called Tabú and it was designed to provide teens with a more informative and engaging sexual education resource. Unlike traditional health classes, the app uses bright colors and a user-friendly platform to help teens get answers to sex ed-related questions. The app includes a total of four sections, which range from a category that lists all the basics of sex ed to a feed packed with different sex ed-related articles.
With its mobile-friendly interface and open dialogue, the engaging sex education app provides teens with a useful resources for exploring issues of sex and sexuality.
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