Sex education in Broward under scrutiny amid state law changes

School Board members met Tuesday for a workshop about future changes in sexual education at Broward County Public Schools to abide by the state’s Parental Rights in Education law, which critics have gone on to refer to as the “Don’t Say Gay” law.

Max Fenning attended the workshop as the president of PRISM FL, a nonprofit organization based out of Boca Raton that advocates for expanding access to “LGBT-inclusive” education and sexual health resources for youth in South Florida.

“Comprehensive sex education gives young people the tools they need to protect themselves if and when they decide to be sexually active,

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