International Planned Parenthood Pushes "Sexual Rights," Abortion for Children
by Samantha Singson
January 29, 2010
In its new report "Stand and Deliver," the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) is demanding that governments, religious institutions and society at large provide "comprehensive sexuality education" for children as young as ten years old.
In a foreword, Bert Koenders of the Development Cooperation of the Netherlands, which helped fund the publication, asserts that, "Young people have the right to be fully informed about sexuality and to have access to contraceptives and other services. These rights are enshrined in various internationally agreed human rights convention and treaties, but – unfortunately – they are still not universally respected."
According to IPPF, as "young people are sexual beings," it should be self-evident that "sexuality education promotes individual well-being and the advancement of broader societal and public health goals." IPPF argues that "comprehensive sexuality education" must be mandatory in school, and governments must also ensure that this education is delivered to those young people who are out of school.
IPPF claims that "With young people as partners, today's adult decision-makers have the chance to recast sex and sexuality as a positive force for change and development, as a source of pleasure, an embodiment of human rights and an expression of self."
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I do not doubt that the IPPF was emboldened toward this pedophilic extreme by the president's appointment of Kevin Jennings to the position of Secretary of Education.
I'm not going to post links to articles where Jennings discloses his opinion on these topics because any family friendly web filter, or common school and library internet filters would then block my blog from being read.
So, here is what you do if you are at a computer behind and internet filter: ask the librarian for access to news articles about Kevin Jennings. Tell the librarian that some of the news articles will be blocked because Jennings discusses sex education. Let the librarian know you want to see what the news articles and Jennings say about his political opinions on these topics.
And pray for our country and our leaders.