Since she was a child, Hung Yuk Ting (Ah Lang) has strong curiosity about sex. Her first experience of sex was when she was a primary school student. Curiosity in sex is inborn and schools and parents have the responsibility to start sex education early. | Law Yu On (Heidi), previously a student at a traditional girl school, shares her experience of sex education at her school. | While Pastor Ng Chun Chi advocates for abstinence education, scholar Kwok Kan on the other hand, has reservations about his approach. | The Education Department’s Guidelines on Sex Education in Schools states clearly the principles for educating sex at schools. Yet the knowledge Heidi and Ah Lang receive from their schools are so… | Ah Lang and Janet decide to apply for funding to set up a sex group. Ah Lang wants to create an open and relaxed environment that allows participants to discuss sex and to understand more about their bodies. | Yau Kwai Sang believes that the freedom to talk openly about sex could provide more help to young people as they are naturally curious about sex. Should we tell them not to do it, or should we educate them on how to make decisions?