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Should RSE be available online?

Should RSE be available online?

Children must have access to online sex education because they are too embarrassed to discuss relationships in the classroom, charities and experts have said.

Writing in The Daily Telegraph today, more than a dozen charities warn that teenagers must be able to access sex and relationships advice from the privacy of their homes.

Warning that the prevalence of online pornography is warping teenagers’ views on sex and relationships, the charities have urged the Government to establish a national database to ensure children are getting advice from safe and trusted sources.

It comes as the Government faces growing calls to roll out compulsory sex education in schools across the country, amid concern that the current guidance, which was last reviewed in 2000, is outdated.

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