Moving away from the risk management /symptom alleviation model, which passes for sexual education in so many of our schools, The Sexual Education Foundation proposes a new approach which is based on personalism and Catholic Social Doctrine.
Here's a quote from what a secondary school Religious Education teacher had to say about the Foundation's work:
"The bottom line is that when you spoke of the beauty of chastity, love and marriage,you struck a deep chord with all present. This aspect of your talk was positive and life-affirming and true to John Paul II's own vision."
More details at Robert Colquhoun's blog Love Undefiled. Robert is an Associate Director of this non-profit organisation
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