BBC's Sex and Relationship Education
Interesting story here over on The Mail.

“A sex education video produced by the BBC for children as young as nine has been criticised as being ‘like a blue movie’ by an MP who said the material is ‘shattering the innocence of childhood’. The video aims to teach children aged between nine and 11 about growing up, the cycle of life, feelings, family life and friendship. But included in the CD-ROM is an animated video of two cartoon characters making love and a computer-generated sequence showing a couple having sex, accompanied by a graphic explanation. There is also footage of a naked man and woman, used to demonstrate the differences between the sexes, information about ‘wet dreams’ and masturbation, and graphic diagrams of genitalia.

Sexualising childhood – part of their mission to inform. My congrats to Andrea Leadsom.
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  1. Geyza says:

    Although this is about 15 years old, it appears to be part of the many decades long campaign to gradually normalise paedophilia.  There are perverts who had infiltrated into and been part of the gay rights movement, who go much further than looking for adult sexual equality and gender equality.

    All across the EU, there are left wing perverts trying to bring down the age of consent ever further.  The pervert Peter Tatchell advocates bringing the age of consent for all sexual activity down to 14.  Further he advocates legalising all sex between children so long as there is no more than a three year age gap between them.  He would like to see nine year olds having legal sex with six year olds.

    In Greece, the socialist government has passed a law allowing paedophiles to claim disability benefits.  In America, left wingers wanty to grant the same rights and protections as are applied to race, gender and sexuality issues to paedophiles under hate speech laws.

    There is a sinister campaign to slowly normalise paedophilia  and child sexual exploitation by left wing perverts (as there was for homosexuality).

    The BBC appears to be supporting (perhaps unwittingly) part of that campaign.


  2. My Site (click to edit) says:

    Bit intrigued by that ‘Whiteboard Active’ logo.

    What are they expecting to have to clean off the front of the nation’s classes after each showing?

    They could also have saved a mint by just showing one of those many ‘dramas’ where, for artistic purposes, and after much soul searching by director and actors, it was decided gratuitous T&A and rumpy pumpy was crucial for the sake of the narrative.

    Plus the watershed is more a suggestion these days anyway.

    I recall the first showing of an ‘art’ movie in Singapore when it relaxed its rules was ‘The Crying Game’.

    Cinemas packed to the gunnels with Ah Bengs ready for their first taste of Western… um… culture. The howls at the end were funny.


  3. Doug says:

    I’ll put my tin hat on. I’m not so worried about this. First, it is made with license tax money so there is that complaint that I heartily agree with (Abolish the tax!). However this product is being sold by the BBC and so schools don’t have to buy into it which as a free-marketeeer I also heartily agree with. And I have watched a little of the content mentioned and it is not that different to stuff I saw at school aged 10/11 which had Sarah Kennedy doing voiceover (eugh!). In fact the cartoons were more anatomically correct than some of the ones shown in the current BBC production. Maybe 9 is a little too young but I consider it 50/50 with kids being far more worldly nowadays in this area.


  4. David Vance says:


    Bunty did the voice over? Phew, what a scorcher. 😀  I agree with much of what you say.


  5. Martin says:

    But why is the BBC involved in this in the first place? Shouldn’t the BBC stick to making TV programmes that some of us might actually want to watch?


    • Doug says:

      well, the original BBC Charter was to “inform, educate and entertain” so it’s not out of it’s remit


  6. Natsman says:

    The BBC are VERY interested in the doctrination of children – be it from a greenie point of view, or a sexual one.  And the more they can tell kids that it’s “OK to be Gay”, the better they like it.  It suits their common purpose, you see.


  7. Dazed-and-Confused says:

    For Children as young as nine year old eh?….. Inshallah…..

    My only surprise then, is that the female cartoon character isn’t wearing a burka, and the bloke hasn’t got a bushy beard resembling Mohammed…


    • ian says:

      That comes next, with a sex education video of moslem men getting 12 year old girls drunk etc. This vid is merely to soften us up.


  8. Wayne Xenocrates says:

    As a young lad I learnt about a man passing his seed into a woman from a friend who knew all about these things because his mother had had taken lots of men’s seeds.  So he said.  This was whist we were sitting half way up a very large elm tree and I guess I was about nine.


    It worried me at the time because this seed might be big and hurt when being passed on to the woman and how would I know what to do?


    Some 60 odd years later I now worry because I have forgotten you know what and how to climb trees as well.  And how will children now pass on this critical information if all of the elm trees have gone?


    And the BBC think they can do a better job.  Harrumph, I don’t think so.   Now where are my slippers?


  9. George R says:

    BBC-NUJ, ‘the secular Jesuits of our age’, for whom we are forced to donate our money on their collecting plate.  
    Incidentally, about Director General, Mark THOMPSON:  
    “He was educated by Jesuits at the independent school Stonyhurst College”  


  10. cjhartnett says:

    Not grooming then?
    Of ocurse not-for it has that public sector immunity clause that merely “informs” or gives information to make an “informed choice”.
    But of course-in the best possible taste.
    Bet Gary Glitter wishes that he`d have thought of that one!…and as for that gang up on Merseyside and Derby?…


  11. George R says:

    Well, of course, INBBC doesn’t condemn sexual grooming of English girls by Muslim sex gangs.


  12. grangebank says:

    Its important that at some stage all people learn about sex .

    its also important that they learn about income tax .

    All in good time .


  13. Eusebius says:

    Look on the bright side.  It’s the first BBC publicity material I’ve seen in years that portrays white children.  Obviously all the others know everything they need to about sex.


    • Span Ows says:

      LOL! Brilliant, in fact it is an illustration of bias, as you say, normally at least 40% (Ok…more like 60) would be black or “asian”.


    • Richard Pinder says:

      Probably its because the left wing gay
      paedophiles at the BBC do not fancy ethnic kids.