British children’s emperor to see “horrible” sex education


The Commissioner of Children in the United Kingdom talked about her shock to some of the materials provided to the school by external sex education institutions.

On Tuesday, Mrs. Rachel de Souza Commons Board of EducationRobert Halfon MP, chairs and explores how relationships and sex education (RSE) are taught in schools.

The Children’s Committee office is a national and independent organization with statutory authority and regulation. The Commissioner has a legal obligation to promote and protect the rights of all children in the United Kingdom in accordance with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Last Thursday, Conservative Rep. Miriam Kates said in a speech at the Palace of Westminster that a six-year-old child was presented with graphic and extreme sexual material indoctrinated by sex education providers. “It’s important for children to be taught clearly and honestly about sex,” she said. “It’s why the Internet is now presenting children with a huge amount of false and harmful information about sex.” It’s sad. “

She added, “Children across the country are exposed to very inappropriate, highly inaccurate, sexually explicit and harmful material in the name of sex education. That is for many reasons. I am very concerned about it. “

Kates also attended a school board hearing on Tuesday, and De Souza spoke directly to her, saying, “I was shocked by your example. I will look at it.”

“You gave some horrifying examples. One of the things I thought about when I read your speech was that I was worried that the head teacher would teach well in this area. And therefore they were outsourcing the problem. We need to consider it, “said de Souza, who said the” thoughtful and age-appropriate “material was” absolutely. It’s important, “he added.

“I’m looking forward to going out and seeing how RSE is taught in this country,” she added.

Kates said the provider is presenting materials that include games that encourage children to discuss explicit sexual activity. Some boys and girls were divided into groups divided by “menstrual or non-menstrual”. One company defined sex as “something that excites or excites you,” but one course (later withdrawn) introduced “rules about touching” to children aged 6 and 7.

on wednesday, Halphon announces resignationJoined lawmakers who said they had lost confidence in Prime Minister Boris Johnson after a flood of recent resignations at the Conservative Party.

Owen Evans


Owen Evans is a UK-based journalist who covers stories from a wide range of countries with a particular interest in civil liberties and free speech.