(TheFreedomFlag.Com)- Need another reason to be mad at the World Health Organization? Here it is. The global health body recently said in new sexuality education guidance that toddlers should be taught about masturbation and far-left talking points like gender identities.
The W.H.O. was criticized by the Christian Institute for its wild suggestion that children as young as four should also be given the “right to explore their gender identities.”
It all started with a document produced by the WHO’s Regional Office for Europe and Federal Centre for Health Education, known by the catchy shorthand name “BZgA.” The document is titled “Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe” and explained what they believe young people should be taught in schools.
In the “Sexuality Education Matrix” section of the document, it makes a series of recommendations including one that says children ages 0-4 should be told about masturbation. Specifically, it says they should be taught about the concept of “enjoyment and pleasure when touching one’s own body, early childhood masturbation.”
The WHO is telling school teachers to tell toddlers to masturbate.
The matrix goes on to suggest that kids between the ages of four and six should also be taught about homosexual relationships, and be encouraged to develop the “skills” to explore their gender identity. It even says children between the ages of six and nine should be taught even more about the “positive influence” that sexuality has on general health.
For students between the ages of nine and 12, the WHO recommends they be taught about “gender orientation” and what to do to prepare for their “first sexual experience.”
While some of the suggestions would likely seem reasonable to many people, specifically the idea that children who will soon enter puberty should be taught about how to make a “conscious decision to have sexual experiences or not,” most of the suggestions focus on sexualizing children from an incredibly early age.
At a time when the World Health Organization is coming under huge scrutiny for allegedly helping communist China cover up the initial outbreak of the coronavirus, the organization is about to see a whole new backlash.
The Christian Institute explained their opposition to the plan by the United Nations agency and warned that they have already seen success in campaigning against the sexualization of children in schools.
The Christian charity claims to have forced a school in England to withdraw a sex education program entitled “All About Me,” which also encouraged masturbation and showed children “gratuitously graphic” sexual images.
Do you think it’s right for schools to talk about sex to young students?