Australian State governments are pushing for a sexuality education that aims to fundamentally transform societal gender and sexual norms and establish sexual autonomy for children. Advocates argue that in order to fulfill these supposed sexual rights, children must have unrestricted access to "comprehensive" sexual information that covers all aspects of sexuality.
The core philosophies underlying these programs include:
Children are inherently sexual beings, and any limitations on their sexual expression or activity infringe upon their sexual rights.
Regular sexual experiences, including masturbation and sexual encounters with individuals of any gender, are essential for good health in both children and adults.
The right to sexual pleasure, even at a young age, takes precedence over other rights.
Children have privacy and confidentiality rights that supersede their parents' rights to guide their sexual education.
Children have the right to abortions and sexual relationships without their parents' knowledge or consent.
Many societal sexual and gender norms, particularly those rooted in religious beliefs, are oppressive and unhealthy and require transformation.
Children have the right to explore diverse sexual identities and orientations and associated behaviors to develop a healthy sexuality.
Young people should be enlisted to combat homophobia, transphobia, and heterosexism and advocate for their sexual rights.
Young people should be involved in designing and implementing comprehensive sexuality education programs.
The push for internationally recognized rights to health and education, that children have a right to all sexual information, free from censorship and without parental consent.
Who decided that the world’s children should have all of these sexual 'rights' and should be taught about and encouraged to experiment with high-risk sexual acts?
Dr. Alfred Kinsey conducted research on the sexuality of children that was based on data obtained from pedophiles who sexually abused infants, toddlers, and older children. In his book, "Sexual Behavior in the Human Male," Kinsey included Table 34 which documented cases of child sexual abuse that involved inducing orgasms timed with a stopwatch over a 24-hour period.
While Kinsey claimed that he did not instruct the abusers to commit these acts, he included the data they provided him in his "scientific research." Kinsey argued that his research showed that children derived sexual pleasure from their abuse, even when they displayed distressing symptoms like crying, convulsing, screaming, or bleeding.
Today, the Kinsey Institute continues its research on sexuality and has been granted consultative status at the United Nations, which they intend to use to promote their sexual agenda worldwide.