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SRE is in part the struggle for gender justice and equality.Graugaard’s proposal that showing pornography to 15 to 16-year-olds provides a forum in which this misogynistic and largely narrow medium can be visually demonstrated and critically discussed by teenagers.

Young women are now more sexually confident than ever, and when they are scared of sex they don’t get this fear from porn but from PSHE lessons.However, Graugaard’s good porn/bad porn distinction implies that pornography is a diverse genre, yet the majority of mainstream pornography is similar and hard-core in its narrative in eroticising the dehumanisation and degradation of women.It’s not teenage sex that should challenge us morally; teenagers have powerful, erotic feelings which will find expression.Peter Liver, director of Child Line, said: "Children of all ages today have easy access to a wide range of pornography.If we as a society shy away from talking about this issue, we are failing the thousands of young people it is affecting."One way to help children better understand sex and sexuality is through good sex education – but while impassioned debate continues over whether sex and relationships education (SRE) should become mandatory in schools, there is an argument for going further: for discussing porn and other issues such as rape in schools.As porn is so available to teenagers, what Graugaard wanted was to make sure they “possess the necessary skills to view porn constructively” and “become conscientious and critical consumers”."Porn can even be feminist and in some cases it can be part of a democratisation of sex and [it can] promote diversity.

But it can also be excluding – of body types, gender and sexuality.In a recent edition of the BBC’s Moral Maze, SRE was framed as a moral, ethical and emotional “minefield”.Critics discussing the controversies broadly fell into two opposing camps.Part of this was teaching girls about “what a healthy relationship looks like and how to say ‘no’”.But despite endorsing it for all schools, she held back from talking about SRE and instead referred to resources from “expert organisations” that were “inappropriate, explicit, or clearly at odds with fundamental British values.” Instead they were working with the PSHE to develop a list of materials that would “give teachers more confidence.”But confidence of teachers in not the point here – nor avoiding issues that are clearly affecting children.We want our kids to have exciting and gratifying sex lives, so an open-minded, constructive dialogue is the best way to make sure that they are able to make meaningful decisions for themselves, " argues Graugaard.

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