I’m overworked and tired today, so just read this article in the Guardian about sex and relationships education, and pretend that I said all that just after the author did.
It makes the point well which I’ve tried to go on about before: “sex education” does not equal explicit anatomical details being explained to young children. The people who design these curricula know how important it is that lessons be tailored to the particular age groups at which they’re being directed. The anti-education scaremongers are arguing against a nonsensical phantom.
The only thing on their side is entirely fictional nonsense about schools showing porn to children. You have to be an idiot and/or to have believed a newspaper to think that any proposed sex education plans are quite this unsubtle and inappropriate.