Encouraging schoolchildren to experiment with oral sex could prove the most effective way of curbing teenage pregnancy rates, a UK government study has found.
Pupils under 16 who were taught to consider other forms of ‘intimacy’ such as oral sex were significantly less likely to engage in full intercourse, it was revealed.
A sex education course developed by Exeter University trains teachers to talk to teenagers about ‘stopping points’ before full sex.
Now an unpublished government-backed report reveals that a trial of the course has been a success. Schoolchildren, particularly girls, who received such training developed a ‘more mature’ response to sex.
Let me get this right. By doing this, we’re telling teens that it’s not ok to have full sex, but that it’s perfectly ok and normal for them to practice oral sex?!
So the message is: Have as much oral sex as you want, just don’t have full sex.
[Source: The Guardian]