The perpetual advocacy of a point of view that New Zealanders have become all too familiar with – criticism of NZ’s sex education curriculum – comes yet again from two registered charities that receive significant government funding – the New Zealand Family Planning Association Incorporated (CC11104) and the New Zealand AIDS Foundation (Reg. No. CC22230).The trigger that has caused them to proclaim their fury is a single question put to intermediate-aged boys at an Auckland school last week, and came from a sex-ed kit provided by healthcare giants Johnson & Johnson. As most NZers can guess the question involved [male] homosexuality. Green Party MP Kevin Hague an expert on the subject had much to say about the 21-question quiz which was part of a "positive puberty" session, put to boys aged 11 to 13 at Glen Eden Intermediate. Executive director of the “charity” NZ Aids Foundation Shaun Robinson, a “gay” lobby group, claimed that five per cent of the boys in the class quizzed would be “gay”. He provided no scientific evidence for this bald assertion and then claimed there were a lack of resources in schools for teachers to use to help homosexual intermediate aged boys to keep “safe” when having sex.
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