What should schools teach pupils about sex? | Peter Tatchell

9 Aug | 5.30-6.30PM | Quaker Meeting House | £5

According to young people, sex education is vague, starts late and ignores essential issues like emotions and abuse. It’s mostly about biology and reproduction, not sex. Teens therefore often leave school sexually and emotionally illiterate. In this talk Peter Tatchell will argue that schools should advise pupils on how to have good sex, in order to please themselves and their partners. It’s vital for happy, fulfilled adult relationships.