Junior sex should be a closed book

The article on Strange Boy (TES, June 21) states that schools face a dilemma over whether to stock the book about a 10-year-old boy "sharing an outdoor sexual experience" with another boy. I cannot see that the decision is difficult - or am I the only parent in the country who does not want her children to read about 10-year-olds having "sexual experiences" - either homosexual or heterosexual?

Elizabeth Scott

24 Hound Road Netley Abbey, Southampton

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