high-school-students-FotoliaA resource that encourages young people to create “ethical porn” with cartoon images and is recommended in recent sex-education guidance has been panned by a family campaigner. Writing online for The Telegraph, Norman Wells of the Family Education Trust criticizes various resources which were listed as “useful” in sex-education advice produced for schools last month. The guidance was produced by a number of groups that lobby for sex education to be compulsory in all schools. Wells says that following the advice “would merely compound the problems associated with the sexualization of children.” He criticizes a resource pack called “Planet Porn,” which is included in a list of “useful resources” within the non-binding guidance. MORE