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  • Gen Z leading social change
  • Gen Z leading social change
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Gen Z leading social change

'No' means 'no' and 'yes' means 'yes'. Consent education has long been overdue, and 13-year-old Canadians Tessa and Lia have done something about it. The two eighth graders have successfully amended Ontario’s out-dated sexual health curriculum in order to combat rape culture.

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