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Unhealthy Confusion 103 £3.00 The impact of the Healthy Schools Programme on sexual health messages in our children’s education Unhealthy Confusion reveals how the Healthy Schools Programme is being used as a vehicle to impose a liberal and permissive type of sex education on pupil

Hooked 047 £10.00 HOOKED: New science on how casual sex is affecting our children Joe S McIlhaney & Freda McKissic Bush, 2008, 163pp Price: £10.00

HIV and Aids in schools 045 £2.50 HIV AND AIDS IN SCHOOLS The political economy of pressure groups and miseducation Barrie Craven, Pauline Dixon, Gordon Stewart & James Tooley 2001, 99pp £2.50 (rrp £10.00)

Questions kids ask about sex 040 £10.00 QUESTIONS KIDS ASK ABOUT SEX Honest answers for every age Edited by J Thomas Fitch, 2007 £10.00

The condom controversy 013 £0.15 The condom controversy: Safe sex or Russian roulette? by Trevor Stammers, 2002, 4pp Price: £1.50 for 10 copies; £3.00 for 25 copies, £5.00 for 50 copies or download for free. Product Details
Sexual spin 008 £0.15 Sorting fact from fiction about sexually transmitted infections Sexually transmitted infection (STI) rates in the UK continue to climb inexorably in spite of increasing condom provision and education. It is universally accepted that the UK is in the midst Product Details
HPV and you 007 £0.15 Once relatively unknown, human papillomavirus (HPV) is now the most common sexually transmitted viral infection (STI) in the UK. As a result of the new vaccine, the profile of this highly infectious STI has increased rapidly over the past year. HPV is the Product Details
Chlamydia and you 006 £0.15 Chlamydia is the most common bacterial sexually transmitted infection (STI) in the UK. In some regions, more than 10 per cent of sexually active young people are infected. Often unaccompanied by any symptoms, chlamydia can lead to the serious complication Product Details
Why save sex? 005 £0.15 All too often teaching aimed at encouraging young people to refrain from sexual intimacy outside marriage is portrayed in a negative way – a matter of ‘just saying no’. However, the fact is that saving sex for marriage is positive and liberating. Product Details
Waking up to the morning-after pill 004 £5.00 Waking Up to the Morning-After Pill documents how the emergency pill came to be vigorously promoted among children and young people, to the extent that three-fifths of Primary Care Trusts are now prepared to insist on its supply to girls under the age of



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