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Roger Kiska: "Intimate and moral issues" should be taught by parents, not teachers

Roger Kiska speaks to BBC News about the government's move to make sex education compulsory in all schools in across England. 

He says: "The reality is that the sexual revolution was a failure, and the poisonous fruits of that revolution were the mainstreaming of pornography, the dawn of sexting and all these other things that we're now trying to protect our children from".

01/03/2017
6m 26s

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