Could teenage boys get lessons on p0rn?
15th January 2009
Boys could be asked to discuss p0rnography in class to improve their self-esteem and stop them seeing women as sex objects.
The Family Planning Association is training youth workers to ‘support’ teenage users of p0rnographic websites, videos and magazines.
The group is concerned that boys are gaining too much of their knowledge about sex from hardcore images and films.
Some experts have gone further, calling for schools to show pupils images of sex to teach them what it is really like.
In September, the Family Planning Association caused controversy when it brought out the first sex education pamphlet for six and seven-year-olds