A woman who is believed to be a teacher has been charged with having sexual intercourse with a minor. The year-old woman from southern Tasmania was charged on Friday afternoon after the case was referred to police by the Tasmanian Education Department. A year-old woman, believed to be a teacher, from southern Tasmania was charged on Friday afternoon with one count of sexual intercourse with a young person under the age of
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She said at a recent AEU forum, teachers had described what children in grades 4 and 5 talked about. Who knows if they are or are just boasting, I hope they are not," she said. Family Planning Tasmania's chief executive Sue Williams said teachers were "horrified" at the conversations on Monday mornings when kids compared what they had done on the weekend. She said for some children, their first knowledge of sex was through pornography on computers or mobile phones. Sexting was also a growing problem, where kids send explicit photographs of themselves to others on mobile phones. Ms Williams said teen pregnancy remained an issue and the centre had heard of 12 and year-old girls falling pregnant and a year-old giving birth to her second child. Relationships had evolved and school kids now had "friends with benefits" and multiple sexual partners rather than a steady mate, she said. Ms Madsen said body image was an emerging issue and teachers were reporting kindergarten kids were worried about how they looked. In March, Family Planning, the AEU and other groups including Parents and Friends and Relationships Australia will join forces at a forum to call for sex and relationship education to be part of the school curriculum.