Teenage girls would be given lessons at school on the benefits of abstaining from under-age sex under a Bill presented to the Commons yesterday.
Nadine Dorries MP said pupils were shown how to put condoms on bananas and to self-diagnose sexually transmitted diseases, but not taught about the virtues of virginity.
The Labour MP Chris Bryant said it was "the daftest piece of legislation I have seen".
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