UN: Children 5+ Have Right to Know About Masturbation

Monday, August 31, 2009

The United Nations Economic, Social and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has declared that sex education is an entitled right to children of all countries and cultures starting at the age of five. And not just any sex education. Check out their idea of age-appropriate sex-ed:

Under the U.N.’s voluntary sex-ed program, kids just 5-8 years old will be told that “touching and rubbing one’s genitals is called masturbation” and that private parts “can feel pleasurable when touched by oneself.”

Now progressing to age 9, children will learn about “positive and negative effects of ‘aphrodisiacs,” the ideas of “homophobia, transphobia and abuse of power,” that “both men and women can give and receive sexual pleasure” and the “definition and function of orgasm.”

Level three, or ages 12-15 suggests the discussion of “access to safe abortion and post-abortion care” and the “use and misuse of emergency contraception.”

By 15, adolescents should be exposed “advocacy to promote the right to and access to safe abortion,” according to the guidelines.

The report states, “abstinence is only one of a range of choices available to young people,” the authors describe abstinence-only programs as “fear-based” and “designed to control young people’s sexual behavior by instilling fear, shame, and guilt.” [Source]

Do you understand now why we are worried about our government signing over our country's sovereignty to the United Nations?


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