Bil Browning

New Japanese Poster Explains LGBA People to Students

Filed By Bil Browning | May 27, 2014 2:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Living
Tags: gay students, health education, Japanese, sex education, sexual orientation

Check out this cute school poster from Japan that teaches kids about lesbian, gay, bisexual and asexual people. The "Who Will You Come To Like?" poster is part of a health series of educational materials.


According to ROYGBIV, the two blurbs at the top right say:

When young people reach puberty they often like other people this is called sexual attraction. Depending on who a person likes, this is their sexual orientation. Most are heterosexual, but people who are homosexual and bisexual are not altogether a small group. Sexual orientation is innate and it cannot be changed by intervention, so there is no need to change your preferences.


However, adolescence is a time when one generally discovers their sexual orientation. When it comes to understanding one's sexual orientation, one should take as much time as is needed.

This version of the poster was put outside of the nurse's office at Saitama Prefecture's Sayama Keizai School of Economics.

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