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Blake Spence, left, leads a sexual education class at Georges P. Vanier junior high in Calgary.

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Blake Spence, centre, co-ordinates the WiseGuyz Program, now on offer to Grade 9 boys in two Calgary schools.

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In 14 two-hour sessions offered once a week, sex-ed co-ordinator Blake Spence and the Grade Nine guys talk without girls in the room about everything from reproductive anatomy, sexually transmitted infections and birth control to relationships, values and the media.

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The U.S. organization Men Can Stop Rape produced this poster as part of a campagin called “Where Do You Stand?” that features sobering images of beefy jocks taking on would-be date rapists.

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The U.S. organization Men Can Stop Rape produced this poster as part of a campagin called “Where Do You Stand?” that features sobering images of beefy jocks taking on would-be date rapists.

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The U.S. organization Men Can Stop Rape produced this poster as part of a campagin called “Where Do You Stand?” that features sobering images of beefy jocks taking on would-be date rapists.

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The U.S. organization Men Can Stop Rape produced this poster as part of a campagin called “Where Do You Stand?” that features sobering images of beefy jocks taking on would-be date rapists.

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