TOPIC 1: MEN ONLY
The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews is urging its 2,500 members to vote in favour of abolishing its men-only policy, the BBC has learned. The club, which was formed more than two centuries ago, has only ever allowed men to join. A vote on proposals to change that rule is scheduled for September. In advance of that meeting, the Royal and Ancient has written to its members urging them to support a change in policy which would allow women members.
Louise asks: Is there still a place for men-only clubs?
TOPIC 2: SEX EDUCATION
A pioneering school sex education project is being credited with a big fall in underage pregnancies. Kirkcaldy High in Fife has a regular sexual health drop-in service delivered by the school nurse while some older students are trained to offer advice and students may even be able to get contraception.
Louise asks: Should it be made easier for teenagers to get contraception at school?
A poll has found that 51% of Britons believe in the supernatural and are superstitious. From walking under a ladder to breaking mirrors, we want to hear your own superstitions and do you have any that are particular to your family?
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