Sex and Relationships Education is too important to leave to chance

“young people are bombarded with negative and confusing messages about sex and relationships. That’s why the Everyday Sexism Project and the End Violence Against Women Coalition have launched a campaign calling all party leaders to commit to making Sex and Relationships Education (SRE) compulsory as part of Personal, Social, Health and Economic education, covering vital issues such as healthy relationships, sexual consent and online pornography.”

 

This is so important. The education we need to be able to make a difference.

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