Boys-only groups best for effective sex education

Harrison, Sarah
March 2005
Nursing Standard;3/30/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 29, p8
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Reports on the opinion of British sexual health nurse Theresa Nash that boys will only benefit from sex education if they are taught in single-sex groups. Nash's advice to school nurses to refuse to teach sex education in mixed groups; Recommendation to give pupils fizzy drinks and chocolates before teaching sex education.


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