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Video - Sex-ed in Norway is Foreskin-Positive


  • Video - Sex-ed in Norway is Foreskin-Positive

    This is part of series of fun, casual, highly informative videos that is also available on YouTube.

    • z726
      z726 commented
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      I don't see why it wouldn't be; that's a normal part of the anatomy. I did notice, though, when they explain that penises exist in all shapes and sizes, that they briefly show a picture of a circumcised one. It makes sense that they show variations on appearance, since they might have a kid who has a short foreskin or was circumcised for whatever reason - Norway does have a small Muslim and Jewish population.

      I don't speak the language either, but the English subtitles are a bit silly at times.

    • admin
      admin commented
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      ^^ don't understand Norwegian ^^
      When I watched it was captioned in English. When watching the YouTube version you can activate English subtitles easily:
      - Click the English flag at the top
      - Start playing the video and click the Subtitles button (within the youtube player, next to the quality gear button).

    • OzVic
      OzVic commented
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      Excellent videos, pity the rest of the world is not so liberal minded regarding puberty education, society and the world would be a better more normal place.
      I have to disagree with her class on one point .. the glans is not the most sensitive part, the ridged band frenum G spot (about the size of a pea) and the inner foreskin.

      The video got it close, but no cigar as they say when identifying the "most" sensitive parts of the human penis.
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