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Denmark Considers Introducing School Kids to Porn to Spice up Sex Ed Classes

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A Danish academic has made an unusual suggestion to the national schools system, encouraging the introduction of pornography to sex-ed lessons to teach children about adult relationships.

Sexology professor Christian Graugaard has suggested that sex education classes are presently too boring for children to take interest in, and introducing porn could help, reports theLocal.dk. Graugaard told local media: “Instead of having sex education be boring and technical, where you roll a condom onto a cucumber, I’d rather have us educate our children to be critical consumers who see porn with a certain distance and reflection”.

Graugaard’s belief that sex education in its present form was boring or ineffective appears to stand in contrast to the actual outcomes of the system as it stands now, which appears to be one of the most effective in the world. As Breitbart London reported last year, the Danish sex education programme has been such a success it has caused the birthrate of ethnic Danes to collapse to a point where the country is approaching an “epidemic”.

While the total population of Denmark continues to grow, this is thanks to third world migration as the native population falls.

In the past, Danish sex-ed classes have focussed almost exclusively on how not to have children, but that could change. A spokesman for the Danish Family Planning Association said: “When you look at sex education for the oldest students, it’s largely about how not to have children, so there is a focus on prevention, the use of contraceptives and the option of abortion. That means that young people lack knowledge on fertility and pregnancy.

“That lack of knowledge can mean that people end up not having children or not having the number of children they want”.

The new Danish sex-ed campaign will teach children that if they do not have children of their own while still young, they may lose the opportunity to have any at all.


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