BBC Cancels Nude Sex Education Theatre Show Targeting Children After Death Threats — Promoted “Pleasure, Queerness and Gender” to Little Children and Showed Them Erections


BBC Producers were forced to cancel a “sex ed theatre” production called the “Family Sex Show” featuring “non-sexual nudity.”

The show explicitly targeted children “as young as five years old” to discuss things like “consent, pleasure, queerness, and gender.”

38,000 people signed a petition for it to be axed.

The BBC reported:

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A sex education theatre show aimed at children has been cancelled after the venue said it had received “unprecedented threats and abuse”.

The Family Sex Show, featuring topics such as consent, pleasure and queerness, was due to be performed at Bristol’s Tobacco Factory in May.

The creators of the show, who said they had also received threats, have now cancelled its whole tour.

More than 38,000 people signed a petitionBBC Cancelcalling for it to be axed.

The petition claimed the show was “profoundly irresponsible” and “wholly inappropriate”.

Critics were not thrilled the actors were taking their clothes off in the children’s show.

And they show erections to the children — in a children’s show.

Sick.

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