Associated Press: For moms of boys, mixed emotions over sexual misconduct saga
The Associated Press looks at efforts by parents and schools to talk to boys about sexual misconduct and consent, beginning at younger ages.
“Teaching boys how they can be part of the solution is tremendously important, and it has to start in lower grades,” said Noreen Farrell of San Francisco-based Equal Rights Advocates.
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