Would You Use A Video Game To Teach Your Kids About Sex?

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Would a video game make the sex talk less awkward? Credit: Corbis



Adventures in Sex City
, a cartoon-y Canadian video game designed to teach young people about safe sex, was introduced in February of 2010 and caused some controversy. But it was popular enough that Ontario's Middlesex-London Health Unit is rolling out a sequel, according to CNews.

In the game, players choose one of four different characters -- with names like Wonder Vag and Captain Condom -- to battle the evil Sperminator, who has penises for hands. (No, really. We're not joking. Check it out here.) They "fight" by answering questions about sexual activity.

Would you use a video game to teach your kids about sex?
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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