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” Open with couple attention getting comments and continue until everyone is with you.

Remember, don’t start teaching until all eyes are on you and everyone is in their seat.

Use other examples of family, friend and work relationships and repeat the process.

Discuss the term "relationships" with your students.

Young people of the 1920s, characterized by the free spirited "flapper," experienced more sexual exploration than their predecessors.

They embraced psychologist Sigmund Freud's 1920 Theory of the Libido that emphasized sexual experimentation as a natural human need.

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