I Just Want To Know Where Babies Come From: UK's P0rn Filters Blocking Sex-Ed Sites
In news that shouldn't surprise anyone who's stumbled across a sexual well-being website while on the hunt for p0rn, the filters that the UK's major internet service providers have installed to curtail internet p0rn in the country are also blocking sexual education sites. A shame for the zero kids that were using the internet to read sexual education websites.
"It's really frustrating because I'm trying to provide a sex education site for young people and it's hard enough directing young people to good quality information on the internet," said BishUK.com's Justin Hancock. Now, now, Justin, we can't have teens getting their info from anywhere but whispered locker-room conversations.
Call me old fashioned, but what's the matter with getting all your sex-ed info from whispered locker-room conversations? That's where I learned almost everything I know about sex. The rest? The rest I learned from experience. Jk jk, the rest I learned from watching p0rn videos on the internet like a normal person. "That's not normal." Neither is masturbating with a sock puppet, but you do it, don't you? "Who told you that?" You just did. Now everybody point and laugh.
Thanks to PYY, who agrees sexual education is quite possibly the most important form of education. There should be no shame in talking about penises (trust me, I'm a pro).