28 Sep '14

News Sex education should be made compulsory in schools

Simon Blake, the head of Brook, Britain's largest sexual health charity for young people, says what is taught now is too little, too late and too biological Observer sex survey 2014 results in full: Britain loses its sexual swagger Tim Adams on why Britain is having less sex How the British changed their minds about sexSimon Blake is chief executive of Brook, the UK's largest sexual health charity for young people. He is an activist and campaigner for young people's rights, and is chair of charities Diversity Role Models and Compact Voice. He lives in south London with his civil partner.Brook recently turned 50. What does it most have to celebrate since 1964? Continue reading...

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