K-12 sex ed?
(I know, it's so direct. Can you muddle through to a direct opinion anyway?)
It's one of the few things I see as a positive development from all the different topic posts I used to make.
I often BEGGED on here, for years, to get sex ed in schools as a way of cutting down on unwanted sexual contact. So much of it happens from sheer ignorance of the child. It's a biological reality, and they ought to know the facts, especially if horrible things can come their way just from plain ignorance.
I've not seen the early years "age appropriate" curriculum from any US states. I am highly curious about what they try to instill. Does it focus more on empowerment of the child's autonomy over their own body, or does it go further and declare that certain contacts are never ok regardless of their own desires?