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Nick Clegg: Outdated sex education represents a danger to our children

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  1. Good to see Nick speaking up on this issue. Also good to see a politician who realises that primary legislation is not the solution to every problem – issuing new rules through the Department for Education will be faster and less subject to Parliamentary shenanigans.

  2. And does he also agree that faith schools are dangerous for children?

  3. Robert in S. Kensington 12 Sep 2013, 4:05pm

    Absolutely agree with him. Sex education must be mandatory and with a uniform standard. Parents with children in state schools should not be allowed to withdraw their children from sex education.

    1. Lady Thatcher 12 Sep 2013, 5:30pm

      Many parents (probably 90%+) believe it’s quite wrong to teach children that it’s perfectly normal to use the body’s main sewer as a play area. I might add that compulsory ‘sex eduction’ in schools was vigorously enforced by the Hungarian and later Soviet communists with the express intention of corrupting and demoralising the children. As I’ve said before, pink is just another shade of red.

      1. Robert in S. Kensington 12 Sep 2013, 6:29pm

        It’s quite revealing that opponents of equality almost always obsess about anal sex than anyone else I know. Do us and yourself a huge favour and come out of that dark self-loathing closet and live an honest life.

        1. Lady Thatcher 12 Sep 2013, 6:45pm

          No need old chap. I’m happily paired up with a lovely flaxed-haired girl. We don’t do it up the @rse. I can’t imagine inflicting buggery upon someone whom I love. I merely mentioned it due to the fact that innumerable innocent children are being forced to learn about the intricacies of this very unhygienic practice. I would protest just as much if children were being told it’s okay to play with faeces. Which is pretty much what gays do.

          1. And does your flaxed hair girl know you like to go on gay websites and discuss anal sex with its readers? don’t forget to clear ya history…

          2. Christopher in Canada 13 Sep 2013, 3:31am

            Methinks the ladye both protest too much…

          3. Christopher in Canada 13 Sep 2013, 3:45am

            … and he thinks it’s ok to stick it up where she pees from… which, ultimately, is but one of the valid arguments agains the theory of “intelligent design”… just be glad you’re not a bird!

      2. Thatcher’s dead you moron.

      3. Surely impersonating someone (even if they are no longer alive) must be against PN’s house rules?

        If not, it certainly ought to be.

  4. Oh well thank god someone, anyone of any influence has actually acknowledged how important sex ed is (or lack of) regarding understanding and acceptance in wider society. Teach this stuff in schools and in 10 years you’ll have a lot less hate crimes to deal with I bet ya

  5. Christopher in Canada 13 Sep 2013, 3:37am

    Clegg has got it right in one respect: and it’s time we hit the nail on the head. Anal sex is an art, just as vaginal sex is. After all, a woman bleeds when her hymen is TORN open upon her first penetration. Straight men who only ever experience half of what they could, namely, being a dick that penetrates without ever being penetrated themselves, are woefully ignorant and assume many things that the terms chauvinist and male entitlement currently explain.

    Sex is about giving and taking, and as far as I can see, a str8 man will NEVER understand what I’m talking about. At best, they will begrudgingly grow up and accept that their penetrating will result in a baby that they should have the character to support. Beyond that, they are but stunted and short-sighted players in the game of life.

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