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Sex, safety, the anatomy of the body and consent were the topics of discussion Thursday evening at Hazard Community and Technical College.
HCTC’s LGBT+ Alliance Student Club sponsored the event, bringing in guests of various backgrounds.
Tanya Turner of Letcher County, an educator and advocate for better sex education, led the event. Turner, formerly of Bell County, said she has been living in Letcher County for the past eight years, and teaching her sexual education classes on the side for the past six.