"There's way too much sex. We aren't all having sex all the damn time. Some of us are, some aren't."
"They seem to exaggerate our love/sex lives. Most of us don't have sex that much (or leave high school as virgins) and no one really cares."
"YA novels always seem to show two people having an extravagant love story at the age of 16. That may be the case for a lucky few who manage to find love in high school, but most of us either aren’t ready, haven’t found anyone, or just don’t have time with our homework load."
"Sex! I noticed this A LOT in To All the Boys I've Loved Before as well as in some others. There’s this fixation on losing virginity and having sex while in high school, but a lot of us are more focused on other stuff."
"Teens aren't only focused on romance. We have other stuff going on in our lives. No, I won't go on a date with a dude bro I just met because I have seven tests to study for!"
"Most teens aren’t having sex 24/7 and sleeping around constantly. Based on my experience, for high schoolers who do have/have had sex, it’s usually in established relationships — and even then it’s not like they’re having sex every single day. I love Sex Education, but Maeve and Jackson’s relationship was completely unrealistic."