Today’s episode almost didn’t see the light of day. Because the team of “Fifteen minutes” hesitated to stay on the couch to binge-watcher the third season of Sex Education released today on Netflix. Especially since this series has become a reference because it addresses themes that no SVT course will have addressed in their schooling: sexuality as a place of pleasure, consent, the diversity of sexualities and practices. .
Sex Education is a good illustration, moreover, of this new sexual education which is now being played on the Internet, not only on pornographic sites but also on Instagram via feminist accounts or thanks to podcasts. Young people told us how they get information and then Naya Ali, host of the podcast Hotline, and Sami Outalbali, actor who plays Rahim in the series, explain the success of these new forms of education.
We then give you an appointment with a mysterious mailbox, which turned out to be the backbone of the young supporters of Eric Zemmour, who are working to organize his pre-campaign and mobilize arms and checkbooks. Philippe Randé, journalist at the Investigation Unit of Radio France, tells us about his investigation.
Finally, there is a hashtag that makes a lot of talk on TikTok and Instagram, and which has caused a reaction even to the Minister of National Education himself: # Anti2010. This hashtag calls for the harassment of students born in 2010 and reminds us how much school bullying remains an essential issue.
Guests: Naya Ali, journalist and host of Hotline, Sami Outalbali, actor of Sex Education and Philippe Randé, journalist at the Investigation Unit of Radio France.