Feeling left out during Sex Education? For many sex education is an uncomfortable topic; and as if talking about sex to a teenager is not awkward enough many gays feel that most of the questions one has cannot be address in class. So this leave a big ambiguity, confusion and lack of understating; this is a major problem. My process was to come up with some language that would be a "call to attention". I wanted to give an illustration that talked about the urgency of HIV infections among Latinos in the US. The statistics come from https://www.dosomething.org/facts/11-facts-about-hiv-and-aids-latino-community and according the CDC Latino men account for 87% of new HIV infections among Latinos in 2010; most of them identify as men who have sex with other men. The estimated rate of new HIV infections was more than three times that of its non-Latino white counterparts. One of the most important tool Latinos can arm their self with to fight this statistic is knowledge, and that starts with an honest conversation.