Sex ed goes mobile and melodramatic

Friday, February 13, 2009

Sex education has gone mobile. Anywhere that you can get a phone signal, you will be able to watch safe-sex soap operas on your cell phone. We’ve been seeing safe-sex campaigns for years, but now that they are smaller and harder to see, will the direct-to-cell phone message finally reach young women of the dangers of HIV / AIDS, STDs and pregnancy? Fred Mogul, reporter for WNYC, joins us this morning to explain.

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India has gotten in on the safe sex campaigns, too, and in typical Bollywood style it is a very long ad.

Guests:

Fred Mogul

Comments [1]

Michal Neep from Seattle

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Jan. 12 2011 11:34 AM

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