Under the signing of Audrey Azoulay, Director-General of UNESCO, the UN Cultural Agency has just published its new standards for comprehensive sexuality education, in particular to achieve better implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals ( SDGs) which express the UN’s political plan for 2030. For each age group, UNESCO foresees the knowledge and attitudes to inculcate in young people. Information on the prevention of unwanted pregnancies (contraception everywhere, abortion “where it is legal”) and on reproductive health rights add prominent place to gender equality and the promotion of ideology. of the kind. There are even children aged five to eight.
In its 139-page presentation, UNESCO strongly emphasizes respect for sexual orientation, the rejection of stereotypes, the right to enjoy the pleasures of the flesh, all dressed in a discourse of respect and responsibility that it should in no way be taken as a justification of traditional morality. On the contrary, by advocating early sexual information given at school and not by parents, it is a real spoliation of parental rights that continues to be organized here at the same time as the careful education of chastity is actually done. to the groans.
Comprehensive sex education, it starts at age 5 at school
This program, which UNESCO wants to see extended to all the children of the planet through its technical guidelines, seeks to teach sexuality (and homosexuality!) From the section. It is even planned to explain to boys and girls ages 9 to 12 how to spot the signs of pregnancy.
This assault on innocence is intended to teach nine-year-olds that they are the terms of female and male pleasure and recommends masturbation – provided it is done “privately”.
New UNESCO standards incorporate gender ideology for all
From the age of five, the famous theory or rather ideology of the kind – which according to our socialist leaders in France “does not exist” – must be taught at school. For example, children aged five to eight must be able, according to UNESCO’s guidelines, to “define gender and biological sex and describe their differences”, at the same time as they will be asked to reflect on their own sense of belonging to a child. kind. At age nine, they will be asked to “know how to explain how a person’s gender identity may not correspond to their biological sex”, and especially to “show respect for the gender identity of others”.
The set of knowledge and attitudes that we want to disseminate among children on behalf of the United Nations will even be subject to evaluation and verification, just to follow the integration of these new “values” that may well the opposite of the beliefs of parents, as noted by the new UNESCO standards.
It suffices to flip through the textbooks used in France and the official programs to see that it already largely conforms to the ideological requirements of “global governance”.