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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 25, 2023

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For a show revolving around sex, “Sex Education” is surprisingly wholesome, featuring one of the best-written ensembles of characters on television today.
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For a show revolving around sex, “Sex Education” is surprisingly wholesome, featuring one of the best-written ensembles of characters on television today.
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On the one hand, it’s a welcome change to see people of color in prominent roles in “Sex Education” — the head boy, the caring teacher, the secretly dirty pro-lifer are all played by nonwhite actors. But not only are people of color still barred from the lead roles, they are treated like shit by the lead characters.
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On the one hand, it’s a welcome change to see people of color in prominent roles in “Sex Education” — the head boy, the caring teacher, the secretly dirty pro-lifer are all played by nonwhite actors. But not only are people of color still barred from the lead roles, they are treated like shit by the lead characters.
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The story is really about a relationship between two boys who are just trying to figure out how to form a band and handle life.
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The story is really about a relationship between two boys who are just trying to figure out how to form a band and handle life.
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