An orgasm a day?
Read what some of the "Educators" are putting out for students today! Anything is possible in the world of "It's OK, you're OK, let's just do it!" policy of the so called no boundary liberal beliefs!
Date: 7/17/2009 11:23:36 AM ( 12 y ) ... viewed 2196 times
What do you think of this idea?
This is what is being advocated in the UK for school students! HUH!!
Read the sad news of how on some people do not really think if they ever did!
* Primary education
* Secondary education
* University education
NHS tells school children of their 'right' to 'an orgasm a day'
NHS guidance is advising school pupils that they have a "right" to an enjoyable sex life and that regular sex can be good for their cardiovascular health.
By Roya Nikkhah
Published: 08:30 BST 12 Jul 2009
The advice appears in leaflets circulated to parents, teachers and youth workers and is meant to update sex education by telling students about the benefits of enjoyable sex.
The authors of the guidance say that for too long, experts have concentrated on the need for "safe sex" and committed relationships while ignoring the principal reason that many people have sex.
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Entitled Pleasure, the leaflet has been drawn up by NHS Sheffield, but it also being circulated outside the city.
The leaflet carries the slogan "an orgasm a day keeps the doctor away". It also says: "Health promotion experts advocate five portions of fruit and veg a day and 30 minutes' physical activity three times a week. What about sex or self-gratification twice a week?"
Steve Slack, the director of the Center for HIV and sexua| Health at NHS Sheffield, who is one of the leaflet's authors, says that instead of promoting teenage sex, it could encourage young people to delay losing their virginity until they are certain they will enjoy the experience.
Mr Slack believes that if teenagers are fully informed about sex and are making their decisions of their own will in a loving relationship, they have an equal right as an adult to an enjoyable sex life.
Anthony Seldon, the headmaster of Wellington College, which recently introduced classes in emotional wellbeing, said the leaflets were "deplorable".
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