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Trying to learn about the birds and the bees Isn't always an easy thing to explain to their children. During the 60's, it was considered taboo. Well, things that are considered taboo could result in dire consequences. For a couple in high school, it was the case. When a new sex education teacher comes to the school, people would get a understanding of life. But with these parents living in the dark ages, that is where the ignorance begins. The teacher inspired a medical student in her class, but one of the other students is a bit of a ladies man. The young girl would go to great extremes by being promiscuous. After thinking that she is pregnant, she would lie and run away from friends and family. The teacher was put under fire after a near rape.
This movie is very subtle of its time, and it does have some educational purposes to it.
2 out of 5 stars
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