Wednesday, January 9, 2013

PRIME MINISTER says Boys get their sex education from pornography

Sex and relationship education should be made compulsory and should also include “relationship counselling”, the cross-party inquiry into unplanned pregnancies said.
Teaching boys and girls about sex and relationships in mixed classes could help boys form “a more rounded view of what is involved in a sexual relationship as opposed to just a sexual encounter”, the MPs added.
The report was published as David Cameron announced plans for parents to be automatically prompted to tailor their internet filters when switching on new computers if they declare there are children in the house.
The Prime Minister vowed to act against a "silent attack on innocence" and shield children from the "worries and complexities of adulthood".
The move was prompted by concerns over the impact of easy-to-access pornography on children’s lives.


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