The world has embraced sex education, but there’s still a long way to go.
As of now, there are just 13 countries where children can actually watch porno animations.
That’s down from 18 in 2015, when the number was 17.
In 2018, the International Olympic Committee banned the use of the word “porn” in its advertising guidelines.
The IOC’s decision came after the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) announced its plan to remove “pregnancy” from the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) by 2019.
“This year we have a lot more to worry about than just the Olympics,” PIPF CEO Julie Bower told the Wall Street Journal in an interview.
“There are still a lot of children suffering from a lack of education and access to healthy sex education.”PIPF is one of several organizations that are lobbying for more sexual education.
It’s also one of the most vocal opponents of “sex ed” in schools.
“We want kids to be able to get sex education,” PipF CEO Heather Swift told the WSJ.
“They should have the right to get it from parents.
They should not have to pay for it.”
But while there’s been progress in recent years, a lot remains to be done.
The American Academy of Pediatrics, which is part of the International Academy of Pediatricians, has estimated that one-third of American schoolchildren are not getting enough sexual education, and some states have banned the practice altogether.
There are even concerns about sex ed in general.
In 2017, researchers at the University of Colorado School of Medicine released a report called “Sex Education in Schools,” which found that there are about 1.5 million students who are not sexually active.
The report found that sexual health education “is an important topic that needs to be taught to students and parents in schools across the country.”
In 2018 the U.S. Department of Education published a list of the top 101 countries with the highest number of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) per 100,000 people.
Of the top 20 countries on the list, 10 of them had higher rates of STIs per 100 people than the United States.
“I believe it’s important to have access to health care that will help prevent STIs, including sexual health and sexual education,” the report stated.
“These are critical topics for parents, especially when children are involved.”
While some countries have been taking steps toward improving their sexual education policies, other countries still lack effective sexual education programs.
For example, the World Health Organization (WHO) ranks Brazil as the third most unsafe country for women after the U, S. and Russia.
Brazil has the second highest number on the ranking with a 95.6 percent rate of sexual harassment in public.
Brazil also has one of Europe’s highest rates of female genital mutilation (FGM), which is practiced on girls as young as 12.
While many countries are working to create sexual education materials that include information on contraception, there’s also a lack in information on sexual health.
According to the WHO, about half of sexually active girls in the U., S. or Russia will have an STI at some point in their lives, and only about 10 percent of the U of S. students who were surveyed had ever been sexually active and 10 percent had experienced an STIs during their lifetime.
The WHO also found that one in five U.K. women have had an STID in their lifetime and nearly one in 10 women have experienced an FGM.
Even more alarming, nearly half of U.N. students reported at least one STI during their education, the WHO found.