This is the name of a new leaflet deigned to discourage students from having intimitate relations, according to the NHS across the pond.   I’m not sure how titling anything pleasure is going to discourage people from doing that activity, but that could just be me.

Then again these are the same folks that are promoting:

“Linda Blair, a clinical psychologist, said educating older children and teenagers about sex had to be a process of negotiation. “We do not know what is right and wrong; right and wrong is relative, although your child does need clear guidelines,” she said.”

If right and wrong are relative, then there is no point in having guidelines at all.  Also, how can there be clear guidelines when there is no such thing as right and wrong, according to her?


1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Joanne
    Jul 15, 2009 @ 16:29:31

    Leaving moral absolutes out of the equation is just one more attempt governments are using to remove religious teaching of our children from their guidelines. I am sorry.. I just don’t buy the “relative” viewpoint. I believe morality is absolute.

    Our children need a moral compass to guide their lives. It’s up to parents to provide that moral compass. Sex is a definite moral issue and should be approached from the parents moral and religious point of view. As a Christian I would absolutely teach my children about sex using the Bible as the moral and religious guide.



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