Planned Parenthood: Teach 5-8 Year Old Children About Condoms,“Wet Dreams,” Babies Made “When Mommy And Daddy Are Feeling Sexy”…
I bet you didn’t know that Planned Parenthood offers the curriculum and educational materials for Public Schools health education. On their website I read their suggestions that “Ideally, sex education would be taught each year in our schools from kindergarten through 12th grade. Like all school subjects, the information and skills that are taught are age-appropriate, reflect best-practice, and build on the previous year’s learning.” And later on the website it mentions that “Abstinence-only programs fail our children.” It is not surprising then that Public Schools are encouraged to talk to kindergartners and 3rd graders about mature sexual themes.
I sincerely hope the people who write this stuff for Planned Parenthood don’t have children.
LONDON — While browsing the website for the Family Planning Association, the national affiliate for the International Planned Parenthood Federation in the United Kingdom, I came across a creepy guide for parents: “talking with children aged 5-8.”
The FPA advises parents that 5-8 year old children “need to know” about “Periods and wet dreams” and “How a baby is made,” for example.
Parents should tell their young kids who want to know how a baby is made by explaining,
“Babies are made when a mummy and daddy love each other and are feeling sexy. When they both want to, they have a special cuddle. The daddy puts his penis into the mummy’s vagina.”
Because a 5-year-old totally can relate to what “feeling sexy” means, right?
Some other disturbing quotes from the lecture series for 5-8-yr olds was “You could say A condom is something made of thin rubber. You roll it down a man’s penis like a little jacket. What comes out of his penis (the sperm) stays in the condom”. I love that teachers are doing so excellent in basic arithmetic and reading that they have time resources to spend on sexualizing young children.
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