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The new guidance says that “sexuality education starts from birth” and that children between the ages of 0-4 years should be encouraged to ask questions about sexuality and “explore gender identities.”
The WHO’s guidelines suggests that children as young as four and under should be given sex education and ‘explore gender identities.’
In a document published to provide guidance for policymakers in Europe, the organisation claims that ‘sexuality education starts from birth.’
Officials describe the guide as a ‘framework for policy makers, educational and health authorities and specialists’.
The guidance suggests that children between four and six years old should be encouraged to ‘talk about sexual matters’.
Source: Daily Mail
The new items (in italics) for infants through preschoolers include “the right to explore nakedness and the body” and “know where you can touch.”
The WHO’s guidance doesn’t seem age-appropriate at all. In addition, it is vague in areas that could be seen as giving a green light to the creeps out there that are trying to normalize pedophilia.
The WHO chart for kids ages 4-6 includes gaining “awareness of gender identity” and exploring masturbation. In the same section, the guidance adds “tenderness and physical closeness as an expression of love and affection” as well as some lessons on consent using the example of playing doctor.
Its advice on how to “talk about sexual matters” with young children was aimed at policymakers across Europe, and was translated into several European languages and promoted at national and international events, according to the WHO.
The document was also consulted by Welsh ministers who last year rolled out a mandatory sexual education syllabus to schools in Wales, and has led to a backlash from the Government, MPs and activists.
The advice proposes that four-to-six year olds should be taught to “talk about sexual matters” and “consolidate their gender identity”…
…These topics are described as the “minimal standards that need to be covered by sexuality education”.
Source: The Telegraph UK
Unsurprisingly, the World Health Organization is standing by its guidelines on child sexuality despite the backlash. A spokesperson for the WHO said, “Our guidelines reflect established psychological facts about children’s understanding of their bodies and psychosocial development based on decades of research.”
Really? Is this based on the “research” of depraved pedophile John Money and degenerate pervert Alfred Kinsey? Because if that’s the case… that’s not a good look for the WHO.
The UK government has rejected the WHO recommendations and it will not be distributed to schools.
“The UK Government does not recognize this WHO guidance and we don’t agree with its recommendations. We have not distributed or promoted it to schools,” said the spokesperson. “We offer our own guidance to help schools to teach children and young people about relationships and health.”
Parents need to stand up and push back against this disgusting sexualization of children.
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Lockhart, Alastair. “World Health Organisation faces backlash over guidance for schools saying children aged four and under should ‘ask questions about sexuality’ and ‘explore gender identities’.” Daily Mail. May 14, 2023. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12082427/World-Health-Organisation-faces-backlash-sexuality-gender-guidance-schools.html
Murphy, Michael. “Outrage over WHO advice on sexuality for infants.” Telegraph UK. May 13, 2023. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2023/05/13/outrage-over-who-advice-on-sexuality-for-infants/ Archived link: https://archive.is/PeOR1