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Young mums say Sex Ed must cover respect.

Young mums say Sex Ed must cover respect.

"Some of the things I did as a teenager, I think, 'What the hell were you doing? Why did you do that? Why did you let this person take advantage of you?'"

Christina fell pregnant when she was just 14. Reflecting on her teenage experiences, she says she wishes she had been more confident about saying "No."

For her, a revised sex and relationships education (SRE) curriculum currently being drawn up for schools in England must focus on the emotional.

"I think that the curriculum needs to emphasise the love and relationship side rather than the physical side, because everyone knows where babies come from.

"It's about young people being emotionally stable and confident enough to say, 'No.'"

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