Ok, so I know here on Lovehoney, the fun starts over 18 but one thing I feel that was overlooked when I was younger and in higher/further education was the importance of good genito-urinary health.
I didn't really know about UTIs until I had my first one aged about 20, and had to leave work early one day during my summer job as I started peeing blood. That was not fun at all, and had I been wiser and more knowledgeable I would've got it checked out before it got to that stage...ugh.
Secondly, having had my first child, my pelvic floor is weaker than before. Again, people don't really 'talk' about it. Not even my own mother! The importance of exercising the PC muscles should not be understated or even overlooked. It causes a lot of embarrassment for a lot of women. I think I may have some stress incontinence, particularly when I sneeze. Sorry if too much info, but sure I'm not the only one. I'm just admitting it, and it sucks :(
So I reckon it's about time they bring this stuff into the classroom/lecture halls. Can anyone in Education enlighten me as to whether these issues are being addressed?