Researchers Working On Virtual Reality Sex Ed

Virtual reality seen as a good way to educate on touchy subject.

“Is this the future of sex-ed—an immersive, VR driving test for teenaged love?

Two researchers at Emory University, in collaboration with technologists at Georgia Tech, are working to realize their vision of 3D, high-engagement sex education for college-age women of color in the US. Spurred by the high rate of STIs, HIV infections and unintended pregnancies among African-American woman, Emory nursing professor Rasheeta Chandler and nursing program director Henry Ross are laying the groundwork for a VR application that, they argue, could better educate college women of color about safe and problematic sexual behaviors.” [READ MORE]

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