We were told yesterday that the NHS Southampton and Solent NHS Trust had authorised ‘health’ teams to visit nine schools in their area to advise schoolchildren of the need to have a ‘Contraceptive Device’ fitted in order to prevent unwanted pregnancies. The youngest child who took advantage of this scheme was apparently thirteen. All this was done without a single parental consent being required, and this again was done in line with present day rules on ‘confidentiality’.
The thirteen year-old trollop featured in the article stated :- “‘The implant works really well and I think it is a good service. I think it has really helped me because if I am with my boyfriend and we feel like having sex, I have the peace of mind knowing that I am OK. At the time I didn’t want to tell my mum because there are some things you don’t want to talk to your parents about.’
The Brooks Clinic representative, when questioned on the BBC today Programme stated that all they were concerned about was making sure that ‘clients’ were fully aware of the ‘benefits’ of contraceptive devices in ensuring that there were no unwanted pregnancies, and that sexual disease was kept at bay.
I do believe that the fact that sex with a minor below the age of sixteen is still a criminal offence was mentioned once during the BBC interview, but only once!