Concerned for the health and welfare of Croatian school children, journalist Karolina Vidovic Kristo dedicated one of her “Picture of Croatia” TV program episodes (end of December 2012) to making available to parents pertinent information regarding possible, unwelcome influences on the curriculum of the newly imposed mandatory sex education in schools. The unwelcome influences had to do with the likelihood that the controversial sex education curriculum was heavily influenced by Alfred Kinsey’s research with pedophiles and partly based on Kinsey’s findings.
The day following the TV broadcast Vidovic Kristo was suspended from her duties on Croatian HTV, and her TV program axed – so much for freedom of information and expression in Croatia.
Suffice to say that Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic’s wife sat on the government’s advisory board for the sex education curriculum, as well as Aleksander Stulhofer, who seemed to defend and promote Alfred Kinsey’s shady work with children…
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