Sweden's largest sex education campaign group wants to launch a training programme for young refugee boys arriving in the Nordic nation, including gay rights and gender equality.

Leading managers at Sweden's sexual education organization RFSU argued in an opinion piece for newspaper Svenska Dagbladet over the weekend that Sweden should offer sex education classes for refugee boys, with the idea sparking a strong debate that continued into Monday morning.

"There is an acute need for knowledge about everything from sexually transmitted diseases and condoms to abortion rights, gender equality, legislation and LGBTQ rights," wrote its chairperson Kristina Ljungros and secretary-general Maria Andersson.

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