Never in America: A British sex education program is encouraging teen-age girls to consider oral sex instead of full intercourse, reports The Observer.
Pupils under 16 who were taught to consider other forms of ‘intimacy’ such as oral sex were significantly less likely to engage in full intercourse, it was revealed.
. . . A sex education course developed by Exeter University trains teachers to talk to teenagers about ‘stopping points’ before full sex.
Girls were less likely to have intercourse after participating in the class, which is called “A Pause.” I’m not making the obvious joke.