Monday, October 15, 2007

Dutch Schools should Fight Sex Culture

On 11 October 2007 the Algemeen Pedagogisch Studiecentrum (APS), a center for education improvement, has appealed to Dutch schools to stop the increasing sex culture in schools. One example is that female pupils come to school parties dressed as Playboy bunnies. The APS mentioned that in some schools children wear T-shirts with "Pornstar" written on them. Another phenomenon is that older pupils try to get as many younger school children in one bed. The latter are called "objects for lust - touching and dumping." Schools hardly ever reprimand the students for this. In September Minister of Education Richard Plasterk (Labor Party) came out against "the present sex culture of society where girls and women are portrayed as objects of lust.",1

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