Teachers told to introduce porn into the classroom to explain it is "not bad at all"

Teachers should give lessons in pornography and tell pupils 'it's not all bad', experts say Recommendations suggest teachers confront 'myths' about pornGuidance could have significant influence in British schools By Mario Ledwith PUBLISHED: 02:02 GMT, 26 April 2013 | UPDATED: 09:53 GMT, 26 April 2013 DM.has('shareLink', 'shareLinks', { 'id': '2315030', 'title': 'Teachers should give lessons in pornography and tell pupils 'it's not all bad', experts say', 'url': 'http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2315030/Teachers-told-introduce-porn-classroom-explain-bad-all.html', 'eTwitterStatus': 'Teachers%20told%20to%20introduce%20porn%20into%20the%20classroom%20to%20explain%20it%20is%20'not%20bad%20at%20all'%20http://bit.ly/11GDblr%20via%[email protected]' }); Teachers have been encouraged to introduce pornography into the classroom, using sex education lessons to explain that porn is 'not all bad' and 'hugely diverse'. The recommendations, included in an educational guide, suggest that teachers confront 'myths' about porn and inform children as young as five about sexualisation. The guidance could have significant influence in British schools after the Government's decision to keep sex education lessons voluntary, leaving schools to devise their own ways of teaching the subject

Walkers plans to start selling smoky bacon and roast chicken crisps containing real meat for first time

Walkers to use real meat in its smoky bacon and roast chicken crisps for first time as it bids to shake off junk food label Move to real ingredients has been greeted with horror by vegetariansWalkers tries to re-assure vegetarians that products will still be ethicalChange will now be promoted by presenter Gary Lineker next month By Francesca Infante PUBLISHED: 01:59 GMT, 28 February 2013 | UPDATED: 01:59 GMT, 28 February 2013 Vegetarians have reacted with horror to plans by Britain’s biggest crisp maker to start selling smoky bacon and roast chicken crisps that will contain meat for the first time. In what may be a surprise to many, neither of the varieties of crisps made by Walkers contain real bacon or real chicken – but instead rely on artificial flavours. The move to real ingredients is thought to be an attempt to shake off the ‘junk food’ label – but has been greeted with horror by vegetarians who have been tucking into the snacks for years