REGGAETÓN WAS MY SEX-ED

In fifth grade I received mandatory “sex-ed” at school. We sat, squirming with suspense in a dark musty room, as numbers relating promiscuity to high school dropouts and poverty glowed on a teleprompter. Every single contraception method was portrayed as ineffective — abstinence was the only safe and respectable option. The message delivered in that room: sex is a dangerous drug and the biggest looming threat to a young girl’s value. Sex was…

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Colombian-American Writer. Fluent in Spanglish.

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Salomé Gómez-Upegui

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Colombian-American Writer. Fluent in Spanglish.

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