Sex not a gamel

12th May 2000 at 01:00
BOY Crazy! a new card game based on the Pokemon craze has been criticised by sex education experts. The manufacturers, Hobby Games, argue that the cards which show males aged 12 to 22 "teach girls to develop a healthy and realistic attitude towards boys". However, SimonBlake, director of the Sex Education Forum, warned the cards were "unhelpful and put a lot of pressure on very young girls to be sassy and part of the crowd. Some of the boys featured on the cards are old enough to be a

seven-year-old's father," he said.

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