A primary school has come under fire from horrified parents after a health warning containing graphic sex tips was sent home with children as young as six. A letter containing a fact sheet urging parents to 'practise safer sex' was sent home with children by Ipswich West State School south-west of Brisbane last Friday. While the common infection often spreads due to contact sports or by sharing personal materials like razors, toys, towels and clothing, it can also spread by adults through sexual contact. Attached to the note sent home with pupils was a Queensland Health fact sheet on the infection which has very detailed and graphic descriptions of oral and anal sex.
Teenage girl is stripped naked, tossed in a 'seclusion room' to sleep on floor with the lights on
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A teenage girl who ran away from a psychiatric facility was caught, stripped and left naked in a seclusion room overnight with the lights on full and only a blanket to cover herself. A seclusion room at a NZ Government-run mental health facility. Patient 'Ms A' was stripped naked by staff and left with only a tear-proof blanket to sleep on the floor without a mattress or pillow in November The Southern District Health Board has agreed to apologise. Mental Health Commissioner Kevin Allan found the Southern District Health Board breached the girl's right to have her dignity and independence respected, and recommended they review their guidelines, provide additional training for staff and apologise to the young woman. The girl's ordeal began on 10 November when, aged in her late teens, she ran away from a mental health clinic where she was undergoing compulsory treatment for depression, anxiety, self-harm and attempted suicide. The teenager, known only as 'Ms A', was found by police sitting in a tree and had harmed herself, the report said.