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UN Rejects Sex Education Program That Called for Teaching 4-Year-Olds to Masturbate

Melanie Arter
By Melanie Arter | December 8, 2016 | 11:15 AM EST

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The United Nations last week rejected a controversial sex education program by Europeans and the World Health Organization (WHO) in its draft resolution for the General Assembly’s “Rights of the Child” resolution, the Center for Family and Human Rights (C-FAM) reported on Dec. 1.

The programming, which “first found its way into a UN resolution in 2012 within the Economic and Social Council,” called for teaching children under age four about “early childhood masturbation” and promoting “acceptance of homosexuality and transgenderism throughout primary school.”

“Last year the resolution on the Rights of the Child was adopted by a vote for the first time after its sponsors from Europe and Latin America insisted on including comprehensive sexuality education despite reservations from African delegations. Almost the entirety of the African Group abstained as a result,” C-FAM stated.

Although the controversial sex education program has been scuttled, supporters are trying to push the homosexuality and transgenderism agenda through the UN anti-bullying program, C-FAM noted.

“While the Africans may have staved off the comprehensive sexuality education programming once more, sexual rights advocates opened a new avenue for their agenda through UN anti-bullying programming for children everywhere in the world,” C-FAM added.

“The same delegations pushing comprehensive sexuality education succeeded in getting the General Assembly to approve the first-ever UN system-wide anti-bullying campaign, without making it a secret that one of their principal goals is to promote social acceptance of homosexuality among children,” C-FAM reported.

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