Harvard Law School is giving the field a new name: sex ed.
On Wednesday, the school’s dean announced that the school is launching a program that will offer students the chance to teach video games about sex.
In a series of videos, the Harvard College School of Education is going to provide students with materials that explain the difference between consent and consenting sex, and how consent can vary from person to person.
The program will also focus on gender and race issues, and will include video games.
In the first video, the dean describes the project as “Sex ed 101.”
In the second video, students will be introduced to “the world of sex” by using the “Pussycat Doll” game, which they will use to explore the difference of consent and nonconsensual sex.
The videos, called “Sex Ed 101: How to Make a Video Game About Sex in a Public School,” will be available to students in fall 2018.
The video will have students “explore the world of consent” and “learn about sex” while playing “Pee-wee’s Big Adventure,” which is part of a class called “Girls and Girls,” according to the school.
“These games are an important way to engage students in learning about sex and relationships while also providing an educational experience that will engage the entire community,” said Katherine L. Pritzker, dean of the Harvard Law Review.
Pritzker said the school will make the videos available online in English and Spanish.
The first two videos will be free, but the videos will cost $35 for students, and $50 for the entire class, the Dean’s Office said in a press release.
“Peewee,” from a 1997 film by the British director David Cronenberg, was a hit at the time, grossing more than $1 billion worldwide.