Beyond the Birds and the Bees: Sexual Education in the 20th Century
How have American teenagers learned about sex over the last 100 years? The exhibition Beyond the Birds and the Bees: Sexual Education in the 20th Century reveals the history of sex education. Discover changing American ideas about childhood, sex, and the family by exploring some of the places where people have learned about sex: in the military and schools, from parents and friends, and through popular culture.
Co-sponsors: Brown University Department of Education; Graduate Student Council; Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women; Sarah Doyle Women’s Center Taubman Center for Public Policy & American Institutions