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National AIDS Trust welcomes Labour’s call for LGBT inclusive sex education

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  1. If only Labour had been in power for, oh I don’t know, 13 of the last 16 years say, and thus able to do something about this if they wanted to, eh Yvette?

    Still, better late than never…

    1. Exactly. The proliferation of rampant drug-fuelled hedonism and the mental health disaster and endless spate of related suicides took root on New Labour’s watch yet nothing was done or interest expressed to do so then so why are they speaking out only now?

      As always weasel words, too little and far too late.

    2. Exactly. The proliferation of rampant drug-fuelled hedonism and the mental health disaster and endless spate of related suicides took root on New Labour’s watch yet nothing was done or interest expressed to do so then so why are they speaking out only now?

      Deborah Jack of course will put her name to anything these days to give the impression of justifying NAT’s funding when really the organisation achieves very little if anything of merit.

      I mean, what DOES it really do anyone?

      What is the list of proud achievements and public service that warrants its Charity Comission status?

      Exactly.

      All mouth and no trousers, as my dear all grandma is wont to say.

      And, I would add, weasel words, too few of them and far too late.

  2. Christopher in Canada 11 Jun 2013, 12:45pm

    High School Phys-ed did NOTHING to teach me about sex. All it was was reproduction. Now, they cloak it in HIV issues. That misses the point!

    Not until my third boyfriend did I discover that anal sex could be pleasurable, and that orgasm between men could be mutually timed. Gay kids are being thrown into a world of ignorance on all sides, and it’s time that we were taught.

  3. The new diagnosis rate has gone up because of increased awareness of the need to get tested for it. If this was aimed at everyone then ALL groups of new diagnoses would go up. Too many people think they are invincible and HIV only affects gays.

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