Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Sexual Experimentation Being Taught to Children

SIECUS has many publications being used to indoctrinate our children. Publications entitled, Right from the Start: Guidelines for Sexuality Issues, Guidelines for Comprehensive Sexuality Education, and Filling the Gaps: Hard to Teach Topics in Sexuality Education are just three of their vehicles of indoctrination for teaching our children about sexual freedoms.

Humanistic teaching promotes sexual experimentation, premarital sex, extramarital sex, and homosexuality. This high profile promotion of sexual experimentation is not limited just to the adult population. Instead, very young children are beginning to be indoctrinated into the realm of free sex. Various organizations are attempting to lead us to believe that perversion is to be recognized as a normal behavior.

The SIECUS handbook, Right from the Start: Guidelines for Sexuality Issues is formatted for teaching children from birth through five years old. Teachers are instructed that children should know that masturbation is a natural part of being human. It states that adults should not deal with children harshly when they are found in the act of masturbating. Rather, the adults should be supportive. Adults are instructed that if a child is masturbating in public, the adult should acknowledge to the child that the activity does feel good, but it should be done in private. Then, the SIECUS handbook instructs the adult to help the child identify private spaces which are more suitable for masturbation.

One of the key messages being taught to preschoolers is that boys and girls should know that it feels good to touch their bodies, including their genitals. Adults teaching preschoolers are instructed that if the child is touching their genitals in private, the adult is to ignore the behavior. As for sexual curiosity, adults are instructed that occasionally children will be found touching each other’s genitals. In such cases, the adults are told that this behavior is not to be confused with adult sexual behavior. When children are found undressed with another playmate of the same age, the children should not be shamed for being curious. But don’t be overly alarmed at this permissiveness being taught to our youngsters; the teachers are instructed to recognize and interfere with obviously inappropriate behaviors such as oral-genital contact and actual intercourse. That sort of behavior is reserved for slightly older students.

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