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‘They just tried to scare us’: Anti-abortion centers teach sex ed inside some Texas public schools

The groups work in dozens of school districts across the state, but some public health experts say their curricula can be misleading and biased.

By Sarah Butrymowicz and Caroline Preston, The Hechinger Report
The South Texas Pregnancy Care Center in Seguin.

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The Source in Austin.
Nimisha Srikanth says that the sex ed she received from a crisis pregnancy center was "fear-based." While giving out free contraceptives at Texas A&M University, she is quick to tell people that she's not there to judge them.

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