Getting to Second Base

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In fairness.

Yesterday: Paul Murphy: Time To Transform Sex Education

11 thoughts on “Getting to Second Base

    1. realPolithicks

      Its amazing that in 2018 they don’t already have a standardized sex education program for all schools in Ireland.

      1. BobbyJ

        If the anti-choice crowd weren’t so busy with the upcoming referendum you can be guaranteed they would’ve attempted to sabotage this Bill. Great work by Solidarity.

  1. ReproBertie (SCU)

    FG won’t say if they support or oppose the bill. FF opposed to it. Mattie McGrath opposed to it as it would have an impact on the “characteristic spirit of schools” and according to the Irish Times report “The legislation next goes to committee stage but because it is a private member’s Bill it is likely to languish without progress.”

    Getting it this far highlighted the problem at least and I sincerely hope the Irish Times is wrong.

    1. :-Joe

      …ergo..

      To the 60%-ish of the voting public who keep electing the FF/FG party for exclusively establishment and private finance interests… Wake the fupp up !…

      Yet again, the independent and so-called “looney left” of Solidarity People Before Profit are doing the heavy lifting on the important issues….

      60%-ish of this country are ignorant, naive and mostly brainwashed when it comes to politics, history and voting…

      Vote independent or anything other than the FF/FG party or their lapdog a.k.a the ideolagically rebranded neo-labour party but operate without a blair, they used to stand for workers rights but now like their echelon pals in the establishment dail even they don’t care.

      :-J

  2. Frilly Keane

    I hope those committee hearings are televised
    Or Broadsheet doing the live tweeting

    Mattie must have plenty ta’say about Objective Sex

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