The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF), an NGO separate from the American nonprofit organization, has a toolkit that teaches kids under 10 that “commercial sex work” is a normal interpersonal relationship.
Planned Parenthood has a toolkit for schools to teach kids ages 10 and under that prostitution is normal interpersonal relationship.
That's Comprehensive Sex Education.
— Nicole Solas, Sued by the Teachers Union (@Nicoletta0602) April 16, 2023
The toolkit, published in 2017, talks about teaching “comprehensive sexuality education” to “children, adolescents, and youth.”
It’s essentially a 56-page sexual indoctrination manuscript targeted at children.
The toolkit states “sexuality is a part of you from the moment you are born.”
It states “sexual activity may be part of different types of relationships, including dating, marriage or commercial sex work, among others” for under 10 years of age.
The toolkit also mentions abortions for children under the age of 10.
“Young people have the right to decide about continuing or ending a pregnancy they don’t want,” it states.
Unsurprisingly, the IPPF receives funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Other donors include the European Commission, Open Society Foundation, United Nations Fund for Population Activities, and World Health Organization.
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The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation donates millions annually to a nongovernmental organization which claims that children are born sexual and should learn about “commercial sex work” under 10 years of age.
The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) – a separate entity from the U.S. nonprofit – wields significant influence on global sex education. The NGO comprises 120 independent organizations in over 146 countries and has received – including its European network – over $80M from Gates. Other significant donors included the World Health Organization.
Sex educators, according to the NGO, should have an “Understanding of young people as sexual beings.”
“[A]ll people are sexual beings with sexual rights, regardless of their age,” the NGO said.
It went on to say that “Sexual rights include… the right to say yes or no to sex; the right to express sexuality, including the right to seek pleasure; the right to enjoy bodily autonomy…”
Despite the fact that IPPF defined a child as under the age of 18, per the UN’s Convention of the Rights of a Child, the toolkit excluded weighing on the approximate age of a child’s ability to consent with an adult.
It stated, “Member Associations are encouraged to use existing evidence to assess the best age parameters for their local context.”
In related news, a UN report called for decriminalization of sex between adults and minors.