“If you want to destroy any nation without war, make adultery or nudity common in the young generation.”
Salahuddin Ayyubi (12th Cen)
Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) is a sexual rights based initiative that aims to implement its teachings into all schools worldwide by 2030. Organisations such as IPPF (International Planned Parenthood) are instrumental in promulgating CSE are also producing resources for RSE here in the UK.
There are numerous protagonists asserting that children are sexual from birth or ‘from the womb to the tomb’. Due to this, these sexual activists argue that children have the ‘right’ to experience sexual pleasure. To inform children of their sexual rights, these activists believe that children from a very young age have the right to a comprehensive education in sexuality.
Whereas more traditional sex education teaches children about the reproductive system and the changes they would experience during puberty, CSE far exceeds this. It tends to use explicit graphic visuals and focuses on sexual pleasure and sexual freedom. Children are taught about their ‘sexual rights’ not their sexual health as the risks of many of the sexual acts children are ‘taught’ about are not fully explained.
CSE also teaches children from a young age that they can explore a variety of sexual or gender orientations. There is an undermining of parental authority and cultural and religious traditions are often ignored …. all in the name of sexual rights and so-called ‘freedom’.
In order to make CSE a global reality, the agenda has the backing of organisations from within the United Nations and European Union as well as the World Health organisation. The International Planned Parenthood Foundation (IPPF) is then main NGO behind its global implementation.
The video below provides insights by professionals and researchers into the dangers of this programme and underneath are links to documents outlining the plans and learning objectives of organisations such as the UN, WHO and IPPF for teaching CSE in schools worldwide.
The Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe
(WHO & BZgA)
Click on image above to be taken to the actual document: it is available in many languages accessible via their website
Below P38-39 – an example of learning objectives for 0-4 year olds
Below P40-41 – an example of learning objectives for 4-6 year olds
Below P44 – an example of learning objectives for 9-12 year olds