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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 11th March 2015 01:09

 

Danish sexology professor calls for students to be shown porn at school

A Danish sexology professor is calling for students to view pornography films in class as part of changes to the country's sex education curriculum.

Professor Christian Graugaard said the changes would help students understand the differences between what they see in pornography and the reality of sex.

His suggestion echoes similar calls made in Britain last year by a government-backed sexual health forum, which said youngsters must be taught that pornography does not reflect real life.

Mr Graugaard told public broadcaster DR: 'Instead of having sex education be boring and technical... I'd rather have us educate our children to be critical consumers who see porn with a certain distance and reflection,' according to The Local.

Denmark is known for its liberal attitudes to pornography - it was the first country to legalise it, and a recent survey showed three quarters of Danish men, and a third of Danish women, regularly watch it, The Local reported.

Early last year in Britain, a document drawn up by sexual health charity Brook, the PSHE Association and the Sex Education Forum issued new guidelines for sex education in schools.

The guidelines, criticised by an education campaigner for 'taking children's childhoods away from them' - also called for students to be told about the dangers of 'sexting' - sending explicit text messages - and sharing sexual photos and images.

Pupils must instead be taught the difference between real-life relationships and the distorted world of X-rated films.

This could involve playing card games in class to decide whether various sexual scenarios belong on ‘Planet Earth’ or ‘Planet Porn’ and a greater emphasis on relationships, sexuality and staying safe, rather than just the 'mechanics' of reproduction. (Slightly edited from Mail Online)

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#2 [Permalink] Posted on 11th March 2015 04:17
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Point of such a thread brother?

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#3 [Permalink] Posted on 11th March 2015 10:46
I think thread title should be changed to "immoral education"
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#4 [Permalink] Posted on 11th March 2015 10:48
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I can understand why the thread has been reported but the information is important and suitable for the parenting section. Can you rewrite the article with a summary and sources instead of the details that are a little immoral and embarrassing to even read? جزاك الله خيرا
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#5 [Permalink] Posted on 11th March 2015 10:57
I learned about man/woman relationships through friends in School and then generated into lusting about girls and checking them out and making stupid jokes about them

We had no idea about anything just whatever non-sense boys talked about at School and whatever their imagination imagined about girls.

There was no Islam involved.
Never taught at School.
Never taught at Madrasa.
Never taught by Parents.
Never heard from Bayans.

Kind of knew that women have babies at the Hospital but first time I saw a woman delivering a baby in America in a Documentary as part of my School (course) at 16 which we were made to watch, disgusting and gross was what I thought.




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#6 [Permalink] Posted on 11th March 2015 11:00
It's nature and nature has its ways.

Allah educates man and women through inspiration. And as far as I'm concerned, I believe one of the methods used by Allah is the wet dream. If this is not educational what is?
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#7 [Permalink] Posted on 11th March 2015 11:07
Child : Mommy where do babies come from?

Mommy : From the skies child or from heaven.







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#8 [Permalink] Posted on 11th March 2015 11:12
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To an extent yes. Definitely

  • Adult education does not require images
  • Adult education does not require videos/pornography
  • Adult education does not require an infant to "be prepared" from the age of 6


In Darul Uloom's they teach this too:

  • It's taught with maturity
  • It's taught with information and the rulings that relate to it
  • It's taught with how to approach maturing signs for both males and females


The immoral culture that the UK education system has been trying to force the infants of UK with their over-emphasized exaggerated and aggrandised "sex education" is the very cause of the turmoil in societies. You only have to read the news to know how much this subject is used to control minds, sell products, delivery ideas, misrepresent freedom and thinking for the people. It all comes down to this influence from as young an age as possible.
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#9 [Permalink] Posted on 11th March 2015 11:13
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Porn should be a big no go regardless of how educational it might be claimed to be. It messes with your brain big time and alters your personality. In fact they should ban the perverted industry, what have you achieved so far by having a sexually charged society.

Porn is a disease the affects many muslims, sad thing is it rewires your brain completely.
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#10 [Permalink] Posted on 11th March 2015 11:55
I'm quite surprised as I'm seeing "Your post has been reported...".

Reasons why I decided to post this:

1. I got this news from this tweet:
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2. I don't care what non Muslims implement in their country. My only concern is Muslims living there. Implementation of such nonsense ideas would affect Muslim children for sure.

3. I never imagined this news could be treated as inappropriate or indecent as there is even a thread about homosexuality. Here on MS we discuss prevailing problems of the society to save ourselves. This stupid idea of teaching children immoral stuffs is surely a problem for Muslims.

Anyway, I'm apologizing for any offense I've caused. Jazakallaahu Khayra.
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#11 [Permalink] Posted on 11th March 2015 11:58
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No offence caused and a much needed topic. It's just that the post itself was a little explicit/descriptive.
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#12 [Permalink] Posted on 11th March 2015 12:14
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In my humble opinion, explicit parts could have been moderated instead of removing it totally. Anyway, I respect your decision.
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#13 [Permalink] Posted on 11th March 2015 12:17
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Jazakallah, but please do as Maulana has mentioned. The post is much needed.

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Can you rewrite the article with a summary and sources instead of the details that are a little immoral and embarrassing to even read?


To do this, please select Edit on the OP and inshaAllah, the post can be restored.
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#14 [Permalink] Posted on 11th March 2015 14:25
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From a moral perspective, obviously this is wrong.

But even from a purely logical POV, teaching sex education via pornography is utter stupidity. Pornography is NOT natural sex. Its just the sick and unrealistic fantasies of a society caught in the web of fawaahish played out by dumb actors.

The kuffaar are seriously getting stupider and stupider.

Allah protect us from these things.

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#15 [Permalink] Posted on 11th March 2015 16:00
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Actually that professor said that the changes would help students understand the differences between what they see in pornography and the reality of sex.

This point indicates how foolish they are. First they legalize viewing unnatural sexual activities, then forbid to imitate these.
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