Locals in Tunis had mixed feelings about the government's decision to introduce sex education in schools starting December.
A mother of a schoolgoing girl opposed the decision saying, «I think it [the decision] has more negative than positive effects. They [children] should live their childhood innocently and in decency.»
Another mother said, «We support it. This is a really good initiative... Еще. We are in need of a proper sexual education pogramme because sexual awareness is one of the most important issues because today's generation is very open to accept these topics.»
Earlier this week, the government announced it's decision to introduce sex education to students above the age of five, becoming the first Arab country to do so.