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UNESCO Unhinged

Posted By Malcolm A. Kline On November 4, 2009 @ 2:58 pm In Faculty Lounge | No Comments

Not content to merely soak up billions of tax dollars it cannot account for and excuse the actions of totalitarian regimes around the world, the United Nations [1] has come up with guidelines for sex education in countries such as the one that hosts the UN [2]. “In the guidelines, UNESCO tells teachers around the world to present abstinence until marriage as ‘only one of a range of choices available to young people’ in order to prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases,” The Education Reporter [3] reports. “The guidelines have children ages five to eight learning about masturbation in school, with a more detailed discussion for children ages nine to 15.”

“Children ages five to eight would also learn about same-sex couples and ‘tolerance’ of different sexual orientations.” The acronym UNESCO stands for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

The Education Reporter is published by Eagle Forum, the group founded by conservative author, attorney and activist Phyllis Schlafly.

And wait until you see what’s next. In the UNESCO guidelines, “New topics on the list for nine-year-olds include orgasm and abortion,” according to The Education Reporter.

Malcolm A. Kline is the executive director of Accuracy in Academia [4].


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