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Sunday, March 25, 2012

Orgasm at the School of English Campaign














 Britain's National Health Service launched a campaign sparked controversy because of sex education in schools about the importance of an orgasm every day.

In the pamphlet, the National Health Service advises students that they have the right to enjoy sex life. It added that intercourse is great for their cardiovascular health.

The campaign took the slogan "An orgasm a day makes the doctor away". However, there is concern that this campaign can stimulate sex underage. A number of family groups criticized the campaign, Monday (13/7). They emphasized that the campaign seemed to encourage the children to have sex.

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