The bizarre project – complete with graphic graphics – is being financed by the German government and comes at a time when tensions between migrants and natives are still tense following the mass sexual assaults on women in Cologne on New Year’s Eve.
In 13 languages on the government website Zanzu all aspects of sexuality – from how to enjoy “the first time” and how to avoid veneral diseases are tackled.
Men are shown coupling with one another, men and women performing oral sex upon each other in the scheme organised by the Federal Centre for Health Education (BZgA).
The sub-headings to click on include “Sex”, “Virginity”, “the body and sex”, “The first time”, “Sexual pleasure”, “Sex during pregnancy”, “sexual problems and fears”.
The government said the guide was necessary because many of the 1.1 million-plus refugees who have arrived in Germany since last year received no sexual education whatsoever in their homelands.
And because many hold what are considered “backward” views towards gay people – including attacking them in asylum