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Many who are in support of the book are praising it for teaching children how to recognise situations of sexual abuse. " A depiction of situations children should recognise as sexual harassment in the book.Even more people are surprised that the book portrays same-sex relationships in a positive light, and talks about topics like rights for same-sex couples. The woman in the book says: "Xiaojun, you have grown.The mother of a child identified by only her Weibo (China’s Twitter) username posted her comments and photos from the text online, sparking the debate.“Textbook featured not only illustrations of the reproductive organs and of two people having sex, but also portrayed discussions about sexual harassment,” she said.“She posted a picture of a chapter that teaches children how to protect themselves from sexual abuse.
“The police investigation has two main parts: who published this unsavoury video, and was it an example of hype by the business (Uniqlo),” it added.
China’s online regulator the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) said late Wednesday that distributing the footage was “against socialist core values”.
The CAC ordered senior managers of Weibo’s operator Sina and Tencent, owner of We Chat, to cooperate in an investigation, the agency said in a statement.
A sex education text book for second graders has sparked controversy in China over illustrations showing reproductive organs and discussions about sexual abuse, with some parents arguing the content is too graphic for children in elementary school.
The book’s publisher countered the controversy by saying the material was included in the text book following careful scrutiny by experts.China’s Communist Party oversees a vast censorship system — dubbed the Great Firewall — that aggressively blocks sites or snuffs out content and commentary that is pornographic, violent or deemed politically sensitive.