WHO wants kids under 4 to be taught about masturbation and gender ‘identity’

The Christian Institute

World Health Organization (WHO) guidance says that children under the age of four should be given information about “early childhood masturbation” and encouraged to explore so-called gender identities.

The controversial guidance is part of its ‘Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe’ policy framework.

The WHO materials state that under-fours should be informed of the ‘right’ to “explore nakedness and the body” and “ask questions about sexuality”.

On transgenderism, it recommends that they should “gain an awareness of gender identity” and be taught “the right to explore” such ‘identities’ themselves.

For the full document click here; the Matrix of topics for sexuality education starts on page 39.

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