Sex education that goes beyond sex, what a novel thought. Of course that may sound obvious, but for some reason the approach to learning about our intimate self continues to be so… clinical. Historically, the measure of a good sex education program has been a number game: decreases in the rates of sexually transmitted diseases, teen pregnancies, and pregnancy-related drop-outs. These reductions do deserve worthy notice, but, increasingly, researchers, educators, and advocates are emphasizing that sex ed should focus on more than just physical health. Sex education, they say, should also be about relationships.