Children are told how to enjoy sex in Say Yes, Say No, Say Maybe, a controversial 18-page guide from the Brook Advisory Centre, redesigned by Warwickshire-based Wychwood Design for Sexual Health Week. Aimed at 14 year-olds, it includes the Good Grope Guide, with graphic descriptions of what happens during sex, lessons on buying condoms and how to tell if someone fancies you. Scotland Yard’s obscene publications unit confirms it has received a complaint from pregnancy care service Life, relating to a booklet aimed at teenagers, thought to be Say Yes, Say No, Say Maybe.
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