Sexuality Education – It gets worse! Sex Ed for babies

Sex education WHO for babiesLast week we alerted the media to plans by Family Planning to introduce ‘sexuality education’ in schools to children aged as young as 5. If we hadn’t spoken up, it would have gone ‘under the radar’ – which is exactly how these groups want to operate. This is what Family Planning wants to teach five year olds under the marketing banner of “sexuality education
Includes…
• Describing themselves in relation to their gender
• Identifying body parts, including sexual parts
• Discussing changes to the body and ways to care for the body

It gets worse..
Since then, we’ve been made aware of a World Health Organisation document entitled ‘Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe: A framework for policy makers, educational and health authorities and specialists’, published in 2010, to which the European Parliament is now referring to. And having major input into the document has been none other than Planned Parenthood. Alarm bells should be ringing.

What do these ‘Standards’ foresee?  Here are some shocking examples: (and please think about the age of the child as you read the standards)

Children aged 0-4 should be informed about: “enjoyment and pleasure when touching one’s own body”, “early childhood masturbation”, “different family relationships”, “the right to explore gender identities”, “the right to explore nakedness and the body, to be curious”, etc. and they should develop “curiosity regarding own and others‘ bodies” and “a positive attitude towards different lifestyles”.

Children aged 4-6 should be informed about “enjoyment and pleasure when touching one’s own body”, “early childhood masturbation”, “same-sex relationships”, “sexual feelings (closeness, enjoyment, excitement) as a part of all human feelings ”

Children aged 6-9 should go on learning about “enjoyment and pleasure when touching one’s own body (masturbation/self-stimulation)”, but they also should be informed about “different methods of conception” and “the basic idea of contraception (it is possible to plan and decide about your family)”

Children aged 9-12 should be informed about “first sexual experience”, “orgasm”, “masturbation”, and should learn to “make a conscious decision to have sexual experiences or not” and “use condoms and contraceptives effectively”.

The standards differentiate between “minimum” and “optional” achievements, but masturbation at age 0-4 is mandatory.

Hopefully you’re motivated now to ensure that your children are never ever exposed to groups like Family Planning and Rainbow Youth. You simply can’t take the risk. Their agenda is clear. They want to sexualise children and even toddlers and take away their moral innocence. DON’T LET THEM.

Hat Tip: http://jtcontracelsum.blogspot.co.nz/2013/10/letter-from-europe-about-compulsory.html