NHS sex education gets interactive on YouTube
In our day, Choose Your Own Adventure books involved a temple, or an underground kingdom, or a spaceship. More often than not there was a reasonable chance of your character falling off a cliff or drowning or disappearing into the eternal damnation of an endless time vortex.
These days, kids don't have books, they have YouTube. And instead of temples and kingdoms to enter and explore, they have drunk women. And nobody is doing to fall to their death or drown, but they might get a nasty dose of cockrot.
Frankly, these new games sound shit, but that's real life, innit? It's the new way for tweens to learn sex education - you may have already seen these NHS-funded, Choose Your Own Adventure style series of videos, each interlinked to let the viewer decide the narrative. If only kids in school could read, perhaps they'd still be enjoying Choose You Own Adventure books, instead of screwing each other in the youth club.
They still have youth clubs, right?