Scottish Govt Urged to Scrap School Survey Asking Kids About 'Anal Sex'

Scottish Govt Urged to Scrap School Survey Asking Kids About 'Anal Sex'


The Scottish government has been urged to scrap a school survey that includes at least one question regarding 14-year old students’ experience with anal sex.

One of Scotland’s largest parental organisations has urged their government to scrap a school survey that will ask students as young as 14 about their experience with anal sex.

The Health and Wellbeing census, which asks questions involving students’ attitudes to play, exercise, school work, body image, mental health, alcohol, drugs, bullying, relationships and sexual health, has also raised questions regarding the confidentiality of participants.

According to a report by The Guardian, the chief executive of parental organisation Connect, Eileen Prior, has said that the census is “not fit for purpose”, and that the survey should be withdrawn “until it

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