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Supermodel and social activist Anja Rubik has written a book on sex aimed at teenagers in an effort to shake up, and stimulate, debate on the subject in her native Poland. Rubik, one of the stars of the fashion-model industry, has become an increasingly vocal voice on attitudes towards sex and sexual wellbeing in Poland, last year joining and supporting Sexedpl, a sex education campaign that featured videos of Polish celebrities talking about sex and sexuality. Now her book, also entitled Sexedpl, keeps to the same theme and features 18 conversations on subjects such as sex, love and sex education between Rubik and a variety of experts in the field from sexologists to doctors. The book will cost just PLN 19 so that teenagers can afford to buy it.