Lindsey wrote:Obviously our experiences differ - round here the average would be 15, plenty of 14s and the occasional 13.
I am seriously going to be letting down a lot of girls
Sheps wrote:Frankly, I don't think 13 year old girls should be able to 'pop into the chemists' and get EHC.
I may be wrong, but I understood that intercourse with someone 13 or under was statutory rape. How long before we're doing abortions in the consulting room????
Defblade wrote:Been trying to get EHC accredited for nearly 2 years where I am now.
First session was snowed off; I was ill for the next one; the next one was on a weekday afternoon (!) and they rang yesterday to say there's another day time one on Tuesday after the bank hol so I won't be going to that one either....
Lindsey wrote:My real worry is that when we finally get HAG it will have been so gold plated as to not be worth doing even though it is universal.
Mr T wrote:My suggestion posted elsewhere is for important services like this to go Advanced. A single unified service, single point accreditation through a distance learning course (like the other Advanced service).
Users browsing this forum: Bing [Bot], Racer and 3 guests