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Bringing sex education to the Arctic

BBC Pop Up talks to Foxy, a group of young women in Northern Canada who have won awards for their bold approach to sexual health education.

Did you hear about the Canadian girls who skidoo across frozen lakes teaching sex education with feather boas?

Foxy (Fostering Open Expression Among Youth) won the $1m (£494,000) Arctic Inspiration Prize for their bold approach to traditionally taboo topics in sexual health.

They held a demonstration class for the BBC Pop Up team during their visit to Yellowknife, Northwest Territories.

You can watch more Pop Up videos and find out how to get involved on our behind-the-scenes live blog.

Produced by Matt Danzico and James Morgan