Over half of parents are against sex ed

13th May 2011 at 01:00

Almost six in 10 parents do not think sex education should be taught to children at school, according to a 1,700-strong poll by online store babychild.org.uk. Many parents said it was inappropriate to teach young children about sex, with almost half saying children should be at least 13 before receiving any sex education.

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