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For school is where society has chosen to give kids the official word on sex — what is right, what is wrong, and what they should be ready for. Her art calmly but firmly pushes back against taboos in Moroccan society that she sees as a source of oppression and violence. Patriarchal societies teach their members, regardless of gender, that the system in which they live is inherent, absolute and immutable. Fitzpatrick thinks it's too soon — and too hard — to say. There is an idea that people should never be shocked - but no healthy person lives a day without being offended.