Milkshake consent video earlier script referred to ‘modern progressive’ 1950s

Milkshake consent video earlier script referred to ‘modern progressive’ 1950s

The Guardian

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It also appears explicit references to sex in some videos in the series were removed in the drafting process

Scripts of earlier versions of the controversial video series commissioned by the federal government included a bizarre reference to the 1950s as a “modern progressive society” and used the example of “borrowing leggings” rather than “touching your butt” to teach students sexual consent.

In other videos, it appears explicit references to sex were removed in the drafting process. A video eventually published under the title “Kiss”, was also originally called “Sex”, although the script itself still refrained from using the word “sex”. This was one of the key videos in the “consenting to sex” modules.

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