Saturday, September 04, 2010

Sex Websites for Students: U.N. Treaty

As a result of the U.K. adoption of the United Nation's Convention on the Rights of the Child, Scottish schools allow students to access sexually explicit websites.

-- From "Kids get green light to surf sexual sites" by Bob Unruh © 2010 WorldNetDaily 9/3/10

Schools in one region of Scotland are lifting the Internet filters on their school computers so students will be able to access sexually explicit websites if they choose, according to a new report from the Christian Institute.

Critics are up in arms, with Norman Wells, director of the Family Education Trust, charging, "School children don't need to visit sexual health websites," and critics warning that it undermines parental guidance and authority.

"The more public money has been invested in programs to make it easier for young people to access contraception, the higher the rates of sexually transmitted infections have risen," Wells warned in the institute's report.

The fundamental issues involved, however, are complicated for parents, since the U.K. has adopted the United Nation's Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Among the provisions of the convention is one stating that children have the right to reproductive health information and services, including abortions, without parental knowledge or consent.

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From "Pupils to access explicit sex websites in Scottish schools" The Christian Institute 9/1/10

School children in the NHS Lanarkshire health board area are able to access the health board’s own sexual health web pages from school computers after teachers lifted internet safety filters.

However, the health board’s website contains graphic descriptions of unconventional sex acts, and advises that sexually transmitted infections are “as common as the cold”.

Dave Craig, education officer with North Lanarkshire Council, defended the scheme: “This is a well managed and highly informative website which can be used by pupils and teachers in their own time, to find out more information on these matters.”

The scheme, which is due to be expanded into Forth Valley and Ayrshire and Arran, is an attempt to meet official NHS sexual health guidelines.

NHS Forth Valley’s website includes graphic descriptions of sex acts, and NHS Ayrshire and Arran’s site advises browsers where they can get free condoms, the morning-after pill and how to get an abortion.

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