Ex-beauty queen teaches schoolchildren about ‘sexual pleasures’ by making them perform porn scenes

The Mirror is reporting that a former beauty queen has been trying to liven up sex eduction at a school in Lancashire as part of an upcoming TV programme.

In a bid to try and change the nation’s attitude towards the subject, Goedele Liekens, 52, reportedly asked pupils, aged 15-16, to reenact porn scenes in the classroom.

Opening up about her eccentric teaching methods, she explained to Radio Times the aim of her lesson was to enlighten students about “pleasures” in the bedroom.

“Sex education should cover the joys of sex as well as its potential dangers,” she said. “Kids also need to learn about sexual pleasures.”

Channel 4 will next week air a one-hour special on Goedele and her time with the Lancashire pupils.

The striking brunette, who is also a UN goodwill ambassador, admitted she hopes the Jamie Oliver-inspired programme will help argue her case to bring in a compulsory GCSE in sex education to the British national curriculum…

Sex In Class is on Channel 4 on August 6.

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Comments

  1. One of the questions we asked older pupils (secondary) was why do people have sex.  Answers included love, to become pregnant, intimacy, abuse, power, humiliation and, yes, pleasure.   The answers helped discussion of the issues and allowed pupils to decide which were legitimate reasons and issues around consent.
    We didn’t ask them to act out sexual scenes.

  2. Dai_James1942

    SchoolsImprove Following this advice would lead to instant suspension for child abuse at the first parental complaint.

  3. Sam_Peepz

    SchoolsImprove If the speed of light is one constant. Children teaching themselves about sexual pleasures is the other.

  4. LasLynda

    SchoolsImprove interesting how about consent and positive healthy relationships in a sexual relationship

  5. Charactereduc

    SchoolsImprove Perhaps also the dangers of Dopamine release and addiction, when not coping, during impressionable teen years?

  6. davew2101969

    SchoolsImprove well, I like this. Sex/relationships is still influenced by religious doctrines, ie. anything that feels nice is bad. Wrong.

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