Sex education a schools must
AN URGENT CALL is being made for a sustained sex education programme to be taught in schools.
It comes in the wake of the public outcry in the various media over the publication in the last edition of the SATURDAY SUN of a story and a picture of two secondary students apparently having sex.
Retired business executive Elridge Dixon who along with Ralph Walker ran a successful sex education programme between 1976 and 1981, told the MIDWEEK NATION “we need to bell the cat”.
He said sex is a natural thing and young people were “very inquisitive by nature”, so such a programme would alert them to deviants like bestiality, voyeurism and exhibitionism.