Month: July 2015

Principals reject sex education ‘pleasure zone’ teaching

Stuff co.nz 8 July 2015 Should high school pupils be taught how to be good lovers? Sexual health agency Family Planning says school pupils should be taught about pleasure zones in sex education, but the idea has left some school…

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Parents Want Education In Schools, Not Sexualisation

Media Release 8 July 2015 Family First NZ is rubbishing the agenda of Family Planning to teach teenagers in schools about ‘pleasuring’ your partner, orgasms, arousal and erogenous zones, and says that this is a continued assault on our young…

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Kapiti baby dies of head injury in Wellington Hospital, man arrested

Stuff co.nz 8 July 2015 A Raumati Beach home has been cordoned off and a homicide investigation is under way following the death of a six-month-old girl from severe head injuries. The baby girl died in Wellington Hospital at 8.30pm on…

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Hard evidence needed to keep liquor ban

NZ Herald 8 July 2015 Auckland communities are being asked to come up with hard evidence to support a battle to keep 1200 liquor bans on beaches, neighbourhood parks and playgrounds. Recent law changes mean that from October 31 alcohol…

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Parks Should be Alcohol-Free For Protection of Families

Media Release 7 July 2015 Family First NZ is concerned with proposed alcohol ban laws in Auckland which require communities to have to prove that public parks should be alcohol-free based on evidence and harm. “It should not be up…

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My 25 years as a prostitute

BBC News 30 June 2015 Brenda Myers-Powell was just a child when she became a prostitute in the early 1970s. Here she describes how she was pulled into working on the streets and why, three decades later, she devoted her…

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FAMILY MATTERS: BOYS GIRLS OTHER – Making Sense of the Confusing New World of Gender Identity

The report “BOYS GIRLS OTHER – Making Sense of the Confusing New World of Gender Identity” was commissioned by Family First NZ in response to an increasing number of ‘born in the wrong body’-type stories involving children in the media,…

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