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Luca Maurer, program director of the Center for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Education, Outreach, Services, coauthored a recently published teaching lesson in a new book about contraception and sexual health.

The lesson, "How Could That Be? A Lesson About Identity, Behavior, Perception, & Risk," assists learners in exploring common assumptions as compared to what research actually reveals regarding adolescents, unintended pregnancy, behavior, and sexual orientation and gender identity.

Maurer, L. & Kelly, M. How Could That Be? A Lesson About Identity, Behavior, Perception, & Risk. (2013). In Brick, P. & Cooperman, C. Positive Images: Teaching About Contraception and Sexual Health, Fourth Edition (pp. 63-69). Morristown NJ: The Center for Family Life Education.  



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