PARENTS should avoid trying to convince their teenage children of the difference between right and wrong when talking to them about sex, a new government leaflet is to advise.
Instead, any discussion of values should be kept “light” to encourage teenagers to form their own views, according to the brochure, which one critic has called “amoral”.
Talking to Your Teenager About Sex and Relationships will be distributed in pharmacies from next month as part of an initiative led by Beverley Hughes, the childrens' minister.
Such is Britain. And you can bet we'll share the love if we come to fall under the UN Rights of the Child Treaty.
As I always say, "An open mind is like the town dump. Everybody throws their garbage in".