We live in a hyper-sexualized society where so-called experts think it wiser to push sex on younger and younger children. The abortion industry doesn’t mind at all, because Planned Parenthood can prey on young impressionable teens and pre-teens by telling them that early sex is perfectly fine and can exploit them to sell them abortions when the young girls become pregnant.
With that in mind, here’s the latest from Las Vegas, where apparently there are not enough clients for the legal prostitutes so they need to convince children at a young age to become interested in sex.
As one report indicates, the public school system is considering teaching 5-year-olds about masturbation. Because America’s schoolchildren are doing so well in reading and science compared to their international peers:
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports the Clark County School District – the 5th largest district in America – is seeking parental input on an idea to “expose students to a lot more a lot earlier.”
School children of that age range would also be taught that “touching and rubbing one’s genitals to feel good is called masturbation.”
School officials began airing the curriculum at “closed-door” meetings of parents that were invitation only.
That didn’t sit well with the ones that weren’t invited and they showed up at the school board meeting to eviscerate the idea.
“You want to teach my 5-year-old how to masturbate?” said parent Julie Butler, according to the paper.
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“We certainly should not be teaching five-year-olds that masturbation and pleasuring one’s body is good and that a 12-year-old should know about the very details of anal and oral sex,” another parent said, reports KTNV.
According to Fox 5, parent Ronald Withaeger said to school board members, “‘Masturbation should be done in a private place.’ That’s kindergarten through third grade. You’ve got to be kidding me. There’s no need to know that at that age.”
A high school student told the board, “I think I went through about 20 pages and I couldn’t continue with it because some of the stuff was just too disturbing to me at the age that I am and I’m 17-years-old.”