A bitter pill to swallow: sex education must face the facts about contraception
Let’s talk sex. Because they are doing so in British education – a lot – to the concern of many traditionally-minded parents, particularly Christians and Muslims. I have in mind the sex education imparted in English schools, or, to give it its full new name RSHE (Relationships, Sex and Health Education). But are these parents diehard traditionalists or are their concerns justified?