TORONTO, Sept 23 (LSN) – Reuters reported today on a sex survey showing that Canadian children begin sexual promiscuity at a younger age than in most other countries around the world. The Canadian average age is 16.6. The global sex survey published by the condom manufacturer Durex showed the international average age for beginning sexual activity as 17.6 years. The U.S., another country which extensively markets provocative “sex education” to young children, has the worst reputation with children beginning sexual activity at an average age of 16.3.  Pro-family observers have warned governments for years about a link between school-based “sex education”  and promiscuity, and have also condemned the self-interest-driven promotion of sex education by condom companies. Pro-family people hope that the ideological blinders that have generated such a resistance to this message will come off in the face of this new evidence of the harm caused by sex education.


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