Sex Education can have deep social and psychological impact. It leads to a safer society with greater well-being of people. But it can also have far-reaching consequences for the economy.

With Sex Education comes greater understanding, respect, and empathy for people of all sexes and genders. This can help increase the participation of non-males and women in the labour force, which can give a boost to the economy.

Companies end up spending millions on POSH or Prevention of Sexual Harassment at the Workplace. If sex education is taught early on and well, companies can save divert their funds from here to elsewhere.