Warning: this article contains information about sex education that readers may find disturbing!
When President Trump officially halted funding to the globalist World Health Organization over its apparent favoritism toward communist China and eagerness to accept and spread their false coronavirus reporting, it wasn’t a moment too soon.
In fact, given the WHO’s longstanding alliance with organizations that promote “sexual rights” for children, we’d say the move to defund the health cabal was long overdue.
The WHO, one of the original United Nations organizations, has certainly played a role in serving public health since its launch in the late 1940s—we won’t argue that.
However, more recent decades have seen the WHO become an avid supporter of, among other things, so-called Comprehensive Sexuality Education.
If you’ve wondered why sex education in your child’s school has become far more graphic (and, in some cases, downright disgusting) than the simple “birds and the bees” you were taught as a kid, look no further.
On the WHO website for its Sexual and Reproductive Health program, International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) is listed as one of the WHO’s major partners. Not only is IPPF the world’s biggest player in the abortion industry, but they’re also quite busy developing and pushing so-called comprehensive sex ed in schools across the globe.
Furthermore, the names and logos of top-tier UN agencies like the WHO can all be found on the front cover of The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) “International Technical Guidance on Sexuality Education” published in January 2018. This document shapes policy regarding sexual education in schools worldwide and aggressively promotes sexual expression in minors.
Here are just a few quotes:
“[Young] people want and need sexuality and sexual health information as early and comprehensively as possible.”
Children should have “agency in their own sexual practices and relationships.”
Comprehensive Sexuality Education can “help children … form respectful and healthy relationships with … sexual partners.”
UNESCO’s 2009 version of the document, also endorsed by the WHO, was slightly modified after public protest but the original guidelines were still available at the UN High Commissioner for Refugees website as of August 2018.
It included such statements as:
Learning Objectives for Level I (ages 5-8):
- “Girls and boys have private body parts that can feel pleasurable when touched by oneself.”
- “Touching and rubbing one’s genitals is called masturbation.”
- “Masturbation is not harmful, but should be done in private.”
- “All people regardless of their health status, religion, origin, race or sexual status can raise a child and give it the love it deserves.”
Learning Objectives for Level II (ages 9-12):
“Relationship between excitement and vaginal lubrication, penile erection and ejaculation.”
“Many boys and girls begin to masturbate during puberty.”
“Steps for proper use of condoms.”
“Definition and function of orgasm.”
“Legal abortion performed under sterile conditions by medically trained personnel is safe.”
Learning Objectives for Level III (ages 12-15):
“Respect for the different sexual orientations and gender identity.”
“Deﬁnition, reasons for, and legality of abortion.”
“Health risks associated respectively with safe and legal abortion, and with illegal and unsafe abortion.”
“Definition and description of the physical changes and stages of male and female human sexual response including orgasm.”
“Sexual behaviours include kissing, touching, talking, caressing, oral intercourse and penetration.”
“Exclaim! Young People’s Guide to ‘Sexual Rights: An IPPF declaration” is a similar document, which says:
“Young people are sexual beings. … It is important for all young people around the world to be able to explore, experience and express their sexualities in healthy, positive, pleasurable and safe ways. This can only happen when young people’s sexual rights are guaranteed.”
“Sexuality and sexual pleasure are important parts of being human for everyone — no matter what age, no matter if you’re married or not and no matter if you want to have children or not.”
“There is a common misconception that young people are not or should not be sexual beings with the exception of certain groups, such as married young people or young people above a certain age. Sexuality is a central aspect of being human during all phases of each person’s life.”
Did you notice any particularly alarming phrases? “No matter what age” or “at all phases of each person’s life,” perhaps? Exactly how is sexuality a “central aspect of being human” when one is an infant, toddler, preschooler, or young adolescent?
Is it mere coincidence, then, that IPPF is pushing to lower the age of consent to sex for minors across the world? Or that both IPPF and the WHO are working overtime to legalize and normalize “sex work?” Of course not.
In fact, Decriminalize Sex Work, a leading pro-prostitution organization, lists the WHO as an official endorser—alongside Amnesty International, the ACLU, and others.
If the WHO is successful in its dovetailing campaigns to legalize prostitution and lower the age of sexual consent, would it be too far off to predict a spike in child prostitution? It’s too frightening to imagine, but we must not let it become a reality.
Our tax dollars have been funding this institutionalized depravity for far too long. We are incredibly grateful to President Trump for finally putting a stop to it.
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