"Age appropriateness? Ha! What a squaresville concept. Here's what British "educators" think is appropriate for five-year-olds to learn in between finger-painting and playing with Play-Doh:
Well, as long as they call it "sperms" not "sperm" (so much cuter and less icky that way, don't you think?).
I can understand why Christian parents would complain about such lessons, but shouldn't gay and lesbian parents be upset, too? After all, if Sally has two mommies and Stephen has two daddies, the penis-vagina/sperms-egg thing is bound to be a whole lot more confusing--and give rise to lots more questions that parents, at this time, may not want to answer.