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RISHI Sunak today confessed he "can't quite remember" when he first learnt about sex.

But the PM said he's sure he was never taught at school that there are 72 different genders.

Rishi Sunak discussed his own experience of sex-ed on Loose Women today
Rishi Sunak discussed his own experience of sex-ed on Loose Women today

Appearing on Loose Women, Mr Sunak insisted his plans to reform sex education in schools will safeguard kids and put an end to contested gender theories being taught as fact.

The PM said: "What's important to me is that we should let kids be kids.

"What worried was parents not being allowed to know what their kids are being taught with these sensitive subjects.

"Parents should always be allowed to know what their kids are being taught at school."

Asked what he knew about sex at the age of 13, Mr Sunak replied: "I can't quite remember when I went through that period."

He added: "I (learnt about sex) through a mix of things.

"When I was a kid you weren't hearing concerns about kids learning there are 72 gender identities - I don't remember that being an issue when I was younger."

Ministers announced this week that sex education must not be taught to kids younger than nine years old.And after that point sex education lessons must be based on “scientific” fact rather than gender ideology. 

The PM ordered a review into the Relationships, Sex and Health Education lessons last year after fury over “age-inappropriate, extreme, sexualising and inaccurate” content. 

Tory MP Miriam Cates told the PM that kids were being taught there were 72 genders, as well as being shown graphic lessons on oral sex.

This morning Education Secretary Gillian Keegan hit back at criticisms new guidelines would create a "big silence" on discussions about gender.

She insisted that approach will still allow children to "explore ideologies", but that "gender ideology" should not be being "taught as fact".

On Loose Women Mr Sunak vowed to stay on as the MP for North Yorkshire if he loses this year's general election.

 The PM said: "Of course I'm staying, I love being an MP."

And he hit back at a suggestions that "your heart is in the right place but why do you hate pensioners".

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