According to the Guardian, there will be compulsory sex ed in the UK, with religious schools free to give students their own view of sexuality.
You know how that goes; homosexuals should never have the sort of close loving relationship that provides a nexus for so many of the families aroung them.
It means that all state secondaries in England – including faith schools – will for the first time have to teach a core curriculum about sex and contraception in the context of teenagers’ relationships, but teachers in religious schools will also be free to tell them that sex outside marriage, homosexuality or using contraception are wrong.
I wonder if they’ll be able to get away with following the pope in maintaining that contraception increases the spread of AIDS. If one could put aside the fear of the damage they will do, it might even be interesting to see if the religious schools can explain what’s wrong with all that stuff without starkly arbitrary (aka factually fantastic) assertions,. What constraints will be put in place to keep sex ed anything like accurate?