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State-funded Irish charity promoted sexual “threesomes” for teens as “a bit of fun”

By Kirsten Andersen, LifeSite News

An Irish sex-education group’s state funding is being called into question after lawmakers became aware of an article on the website SpunOut.ie offering advice about sexual threesomes to their teenage audience.

The Sunday Independent called attention to the article over the weekend, reprinting quotes from the piece that suggested threesomes were a way for teens to “inject serious passion into their bedroom shenanigans.”
 
According to the Independent, the group warned readers not to pick anyone for whom they have real feelings. “If you are in a relationship, but secretly have a thing for someone else, bringing them into a threesome could lead to serious hurt, so it’s best to save threesomes for a bit of fun,” the article advised.
 
The group revised the article over the weekend in response to public outcry and removed some of the controversial language. But the site still offers the group’s “Top Tips” for a “Safe and Enjoyable” threesome to teens.
 
At the top of the list? Always use contraception, especially condoms. Do be aware that you’ll need to change condoms if you are switching partners during the threesome,” the group warns its young readers. “Otherwise you could end up with some pretty nasty infections.”
 
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