Published: 20:20, 13 March 2018
Celibacy and abstinence should be promoted in schools as a positive life choice, according to the Church of England.
Rev Nigel Genders, the institution's chief education officer, made the comments in a blog, saying pupils should be taught the importance of trust, loyalty and fidelity in relationships.
This is what people in Rochester thought of the proposals.
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