Sex Education!

Sex Education!

October 11, 2019 8 By Ronny Jaskolski


– I’m here with Hannah. – Hello. – She is a person. What’s your channel called? – youtube.com/hannahwitton – We today are gonna
talk about sex education. We’re gonna educate sex. – Or sex-ucate ed. – Don’t do that. Who’s Ed? When you wanna make a cocktail, you put the lime in the coconut, you mix it all up. And when you wanna make a baby, you do the same thing. And that’s sex education. I’m gonna ask Hannah
some questions. I’ve already written three. – That’s a good start. – Yeah. We’re gonna make a
video out of that. Good luck to us. Is there anything that really
stands out in your mind when you think about
how you were taught sex education at school? – A video of cartoons, and I genuinely don’t know
if this is real or not, or if I just–
– Just weird memories? – Yeah. Because
memories are strange. But my memory of this video is like black and white
sketch-style cartoons. And it was like a naked
boy and a naked girl, and they started
masturbating each other. What’s the word for
mutual masturbation? – Yeah, that’s what it is. – Tossing each other off. (laughs) I think they’d just
gotten out of the shower and so they started
touching each other and then I remember at one point the girl got on an exercise bike (laughs) and enjoyed it. – Sexy.
– Yeah. She’s like cycling away naked after getting out of the
shower on an exercise bike and then was like,
“Oh, it feels good!” and then proceeded
to masturbate. – I feel like I remember a
sex education video that had, no there was a book, there was a book that had people having sex on a Space Hopper. – I wanna try that. – It’s called
“Mommy Laid an Egg”. It is a great book. That was like the
sex education book I had when I was a
really young kid. Except it’s not
really sex education, it’s just kind of–
– Like reproductive. – The basics, yeah. It’s reproductive stuff. One of my really clear memories is after we had a
sex education lesson, I had a huge fight
with this girl who was my best
friend at the time because I said that
when you have a period the egg comes out. And she was like, “I
think I would know “if I laid an egg every month.” (laughs) We hadn’t started
our periods yet. We were young. But we ended up having
a huge screaming row. She was like, “The
egg doesn’t come out!” And I was like, “It
does, the egg comes out!” What was sex education like
generally at your school? Do you feel like you were
prepared for the world of sex? – It was good in comparison to what other people go through. The nurse came
into our PHSE class and went through all of the different types
of contraception. – They had actual
models of penises that were called
like Rick the Dick and Rob the Knob, and stuff. – What were the vaginas called? – They didn’t have any vaginas. – Uh oh. – That what annoyed me. ‘Cause it was an
all girl’s school, and they had models of penises. Just be like, “Here is
how you service a penis.” – But they didn’t tell you
how to service yourself. – They didn’t tell you
how to service a vagina. – We got shown loads of
really graphic photos of the extreme end of STDs. Now that I’ve learned
more about STDs and sex positive education. Like that is sex
negative education. – That’s horrible! – I feel like if you have
that kind of education then if one of your
mates gets chlamydia, you’re like, “Ew,
you’re disgusting.” It’s like, no they’re not. They just got chlamydia. – It’s just the chlamids, guys. – What’s it called? Oh no, that’s the clap. That’s gonorrhea. (claps) – Let’s give them
little nicknames. Chlamids. It’s just chlamids. It’s just gones. It’s just a bit of gones. And it makes you wonder
why they let them take those pictures. (laughs) (gasps) – It’s like, “You’re
having a hard time. “Can I take a picture
of your fungus?” – There was lots of
stuff about no means no, and if you don’t wanna have
sex with your boyfriend, you can say no to him. But that was very
much aimed at girls. – Everything we had was
completely heteronormative. We didn’t have anything that
wasn’t about straight couples. It was all about straight sex. I still don’t even
know what a lesbian is. – It’s a mystery. – Yep, we’ll never know. It’s like the
bottom of the ocean. At the deepest, darkest
points of the ocean, they don’t know
what’s down there. And they’ll never know. And that’s the
same with lesbians. We will never know what
lesbians really are. What one thing
specifically do you wish you’d been taught, but
you weren’t taught? ‘Cause for me it’s definitely
like consent education. And stuff about manipulation
in relationships, ’cause we weren’t really taught
about relationships as much. It was just like, “Don’t
feel pressured into sex.” But that was kind of it. But they didn’t talk
about the intricacies of what form pressure can take, and abusive relationships,
anything like that. – What she said. – Same thing. Same thing. – Pretty much. – I was taught some sex
education in primary school where they divided
the boys and girls. Which is kinda weird that they
divide the boys and girls. I mean I understand that
there may be some things that girls would feel
comfortable about, and boys would feel comfortable
about away from each other, but then you should also
watch the other materials. I still don’t know
about penises. What are they? Where do they come from? – Also the bottom of the ocean. – Bottom of the ocean. – Bottom of the ocean. – Like a sea cucumber. (laughs) What? I feel like we weren’t
taught enough about female sexuality
and our own bodies, because it was just kinda like, “You’re gonna have periods. “You might have babies. “You’ll have some sex.” I met lots of people who were
our age or a bit younger, who have no idea
about their anatomy, and have never looked, and also have never been told.
– Yes! – And just don’t
know anything about what’s going on down there. – Oh my God. – One of the main things
that lots of people my age have said they don’t know how many holes there
are down there. – There’s the pee hole. There’s the vajayjay hole. – The vagine. – (laughs) The vagine. The vagian. And then your butt hole. – Yeah. – And then the
clitoris is at the top. So that’s something, the
clitoris is not a hole. – Three holes.
– It’s a button. – And a half. This probably
wasn’t that helpful, but basically the point of it, the reason I wanted
us to make this video, is that I feel
like sex education is kind of failing people, or at least failed me,
and our generation. I don’t know if it’s
still failing people. Let us know in the comments what sex education is
like at your school and if you feel
like it’s helpful. Or if you’re out of school, most of my subscribers
are our age, what it was like at school. – Also, we hope this
encourages you just to talk to your friends. And subscribe to me! – Subscribe to Hannah. She talks about
sex all the time. People on my channel
are gonna be like, “What the fuck. “You said periods and clitoris.” – (mumbling) – No, they’re great. They’re not actually
gonna be like that. They’re just gonna
be a bit confused. They’re gonna be like, “Last week you made a
video that was like a list, “and you made jokes
about the Kardashians. “And this week you
threw vaginas at us.” – Have it. – Literally threw
her vagina at you. Hannah Witton, everybody. We made a video about porn which will be on Hannah’s
channel if she can salvage anything from the
terrible, terrible footage. So go and check that out. I was talking on
Twitter the other day about how much I love myself, as per usual, am I right? I’m right. And a few people asked me how I got to a place where
I’m happy with myself.