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Thursday, 07 September 2017 - 10:52
Sex education lessons upset Melbourne parents
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School students as young as 13 have been forced to make a vagina out of plasticine and listen to a teacher's masturbation class.

Melbourne mother Marijke Rancie says her son, in year seven, was upset after coming home from school one day.

However, the Victorian Education department hit back at the claims, saying sex education has been taught in schools for 'decades'.

'In the secondary years, sexuality education has more of a focus on puberty, safe sex and minimising risk, contraception, healthy relationships and help seeking,' a spokesman said.

'The Department of Education and Training provides evidence-based teaching and learning resources for teachers to use as they see fit to support delivery of comprehensive sexuality education.'

However, Ms Rancie, who is a critic of the controversial Safe Schools gender theory program, told former federal Labor leader Mark Latham about her son's bizarre sexuality class.

'They were given things like plasticine and pipe cleaners and obviously I thought, 'This is health class',' she said.

'Are we talking reproductive system? What are we doing here?'

'It was very clear it was made as a sexual organ. So he had to sculpt it, as he knew it, and then he was redirected to make a clitoris and the labia.

The latest revelation about a Victorian sex education lesson comes only days after a school principal at Frankston, in Melbourne's southeast, denied hearing a mother's complaint about her son being told he could wear a dress to school.

Cella White - who appeared in the Coalition for Marriage ad opposing gay marriage - claimed her 14-year-old son was given that option.

But John Albiston, the principal of Frankston High claimed that incident 'never happened'.

However, the Department of Education said Ms White contacted them more than a year ago over the issue.

(Courtesy: Mail Online)





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