Another month, another (short) issue of Europe & Me, containing three interesting articles. In a piece by E&M author Antonia Frank, read about why Austria’s sex education is mysteriously lacking, leaving the space open for unvetted actors whose teachings are often lacking, not evidence-based, political and sometimes directly harmful. A piece by E&M author Alberto Méndez attempts to explain the particular connection between Spanish ironic self-identification and the new Pokémon game. And to finish, E&M Author Janina Kehrer takes us on a long, beautiful hike around the Scottish Highlands, leading us all the way to Loch Ness.
Feature photo by Tino Lehmann
Let’s Talk about Sex (Education), Baby! – Examining the Current State of Sex Education in Austria and what the Future could look like
“Think about what you learned in sex education at school, and what you wish ...