A school in China which claims it could train women to be 'virtuous ladies' has sparked an outcry with its controversial ideology.
In the so-called 'woman's morality class' in Fushun, which appeared to be popular, female students are taught that they should be submissive, house bound and living without any personal pursuits but their husband's and family's.
Women who have in the past watched porn, skipped housework and had more than one boyfriend would be condemned by the school which was founded by a man, as video reports on Chinese media show.
In addition, the teachers also scold women who use heavy make-up, have career ambitions and have the desire to divorce because 'they should live at the bottom of the society'.
In one video, a young woman was punished for watching porn. She was told to kneel on a stage and bowing to the camera.
aldertonten, sydney, Australia, about 16 hours ago
Good scheme - ought to introduced here, by the real government in Canberra, without delay.
ALIA, Australia, about 23 hours ago
I might do this if I catch my child watching it. Or husband. Maybe I¿ll do it anyway even though they haven¿t watched any....