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A June report from the United Nations Economic, Social and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) suggests children of all countries and cultures are entitled to sexual and reproductive education beginning at age five.
The report, called International Guidelines on Sexual Education, was released in June in conjunction with the U.N. Population Fund (UNFPA), an organization which works for universal access to “reproductive health care.”
Originally posted by deltaboy
4th Period class masturbation time. How to prevent climaxation for 50 minutes while rubbing yourself. A failing grade if you climax before 5 minutes.
Originally posted by kawz1
5-8 year olds? A little young for that, and by the time they are old enough, they won't need to be taught
LAST MONTH A CLASSIFIED UNITED Nations report prompted Secretary General Kofi Annan to admit that U.N. peacekeepers and staff have sexually abused or exploited war refugees in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The worst of the 150 or so allegations of misconduct--some of them captured on videotape--include pedophilia, rape, and prostitution.
State Colin Powell urging the United States to send more human rights monitors into Congo. The U.N. then introduced a "code of conduct" to help prevent future abuses, including prohibitions against sexual activity between staff and children and the exchange of money or food for sex.
Relief organizations and human rights groups agree, describing as "urgent" the need to protect young girls from U.N. militia and staff.