She can be a little bloodthirsty, can\’t she?
It is good news too that more pregnant teenagers are opting for abortions – though at fewer than half, that\’s still low.
It\’s true however that sex education is quite bad:
This week the Youth Parliament marches in to see the education minister Jim Knight, armed with the results of its impressively large survey. Over 20,000 school students surveyed reported an abysmal standard of sex and relationship education (SRE): 40% said it was poor or very poor, 33% said it was average; worse, 55% of 12-to 15-year-olds had not been taught how to use a condom, nor had 57% of girls aged 16-17. More than half had never been told where to find their local sexual health clinic.
Polly\’s solution to the State providing such crap is:
It is extraordinary that sex education still isn\’t compulsory in all secondary schools.
Yup. The State is shite at sex education thus it should be compulsory for the State to provide it.