Moonbat Establishmentarians Demand Sex Ed for 5-Year-Olds


MSNBC and the depraved bureaucrats overseeing Britain’s socialist healthcare team up to bring us an important message — government schools need to teach 5-year-olds about sex:

Sex education should be taught to children from the age of five to give them the skills and confidence to delay sexual intimacy until they are ready, a British health watchdog said on Thursday.

Inadequate sex education at a young age is widely seen as contributing to Britain’s steep rate of teenage conception, still amongst the highest in Europe despite a 13 percent fall over the past decade.

So that’s why Britain is sinking beneath a tide of teenage welfare moms. There isn’t enough sex education. Back in the Victoria Era, 5-year-olds were taught all about sex, so this problem was avoided.

The latest guidance from the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) is in draft form and will not be compulsory, but the agency said it expected local authorities and others to follow it.

How typical of soft tyranny: it’s not compulsory, but you’re expected to do it. The ironically named NICE also serves as the Death Panel for socialized medicine in Britain, deciding who gets to live and who is no longer useful to The State.

Meanwhile, outside of the bubble of liberal ideology inhabited by MSNBC and British bureaucrats, the push for ever more corruption of children through sex education has predictably led to more teenage pregnancy.

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British tax money at work.

On a tip from Ianto. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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