In many families, there is little or no talk about sexuality and the idea prevails that there should be an educational talk at the age of 12, 13 or 15.
Magdalena Heinzl: The assumption is based on the fact that we as a society say that sexuality is something that appears in the teenage years and then disappears again in older people at the age of 50 or 60. I find that very difficult. After all, humans are sexual beings from birth.
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