The Christian Institute

News Release

Scottish sex education: Cut the smut

Scottish school children will be told to buy condoms for homework under the Executive’s package of proposals set to replace section 28.

Other plans include:

  • teaching secondary pupils about the “full range of sexual activities” including group sex, sado masochism and anal intercourse
  • encouraging pupils to role play homosexual characters
  • getting primary pupils to write stories about lesbian families
  • demonstrating condoms using plastic penises (wired for ejaculation).
    1. Encouraging boys to try out condoms “the next time they masturbate” as useful practice “for the first time they will use one with a partner”.
    2. Colin Hart, Director of The Christian Institute, said today

      “The Executive’s guidance is short on safeguards and weak on marriage.

      Talking tough is one thing. Delivery is another. The Executive is clearly out of touch with what parents want. Today we are publishing our own manifesto for marriage in sex education. Next week we will be publishing a dossier of outrageous materials directly recommended by the Executive in their teachers’ guidance.

      Jack McConnell cannot have seen the five English sex education resources endorsed by his department. It’s time he did.

      Promises to block homosexual role-play and gay sex lessons have been broken.

      The Executive need to clean up their act. It’s time to cut the smut.”

      In a related move the Executive’s £3 million sexual health programme Healthy Respect will fund

    3. the development of a homosexual website for young people which allows access to video and still pornography, gay escort services and homosexual saunas. All of this appalling material is made to appear within the project’s own website.
      1. Lothian Health’s schools’ work which already includes classroom discussion materials covering an unbelievable range of sexual activities, and the use of some so explicit that teachers are warned that pupils may be sexually aroused in class.
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