PUBLISHED: 14:48, 3 August 2012 | UPDATED: 15:56, 3 August 2012
Outrage as school show 'banned' sex education 'porn cartoon' to children aged FIVE
"A primary school has shown its young pupils a sex education video which was deemed so steamy it was removed from sale after a government minister intervened.
The Living and Growing DVD - branded 'cartoon porn' - has caused uproar around the UK for its graphic sex scenes using cartoon couples.
In one scene a naked cartoon couple chase each other around a bedroom with a feather before having sex, and include an animated scene of ejaculation.
Controversial: An image from the Channel 4 DVD Living And Growing. The target audience for this film is children as young as eight
Controversial: The Living And Growing video has angered many parents
The films include a section aimed at children as young as five, asking them to name the body parts on a drawing of a naked man and woman.
It has received such strong criticism from parents and even government minister Nick Gibbs that the Channel 4-produced DVD was removed from sale."
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