posted on Mar, 11 2014 @ 11:55 AM
This is my first post, but I've been a lurker on here for a long time - great Stanton Friedman thread mods by the way, really enjoying the read.
I just wanted to say is that I'm in my forties, live in the UK, and I had sex education classes in school when I was around eight or nine years old.
I've just Googled some of the content of 'Its Perfectly Normal' (so I haven't read it and may be missing something) but they seem, well, perfectly
normal to me. Our headteacher who took the class, used to use an overhead projector to display these kind of images onto a screen in the classroom. I
can remember it being slightly odd and a little embarrassing, but I certainly don't believe it 'corrupted' me or #-ed me up. IMHO, this seems to be
something the Americans would fret about a lot more than Europeans. Kids are a lot more hardy and questioning than we give them credit for. I have two
boys and would have no problem with them reading this.
BTW, this was a Church of England school too, which meant prayers at the start and end of the day, at lunch and during assemblies. Certainly not
liberal or progressive - actually a very old-fashioned English school.
Just my two pennies.