According to a recent report published by the World Health Organization, sex education at school promotes a decrease in unprotected sex, in sexually transmitted diseases and in teenage pregnancies. Yet, as will be clear from this session, in Italy talking about sexuality and feelings to children of school age is still a taboo due to the opposition of the Catholic Church and some associations and political groups. Propaganda spreads false information on the "gender danger" and the fear that sex education is a tool to destroy the identity of young people. What can be done about this?