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“Preventing the Sexualization of Children” UN Conference Geneva

The third event on the issue ‘Protection of the Family’, co-sponsored by WFWPI, took place in the UN in Geneva on the 16th September. The theme was: “Preventing the Sexualization of Children”Reported by Je-Ok Presser:"Mrs. Sharon Slater, president of Family Watch International, showed us a video about how pornography is a drug, the starting point of sexual crime for most men and how children get endangered by it.“Every country should have laws prohibiting adult and child pornography.” (Mrs. Sharon Slater)Mrs. Wendy Wright, Vice President for Government Relations and Communications for the Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute, pointed out that Alfred Kinsey (1894-1956) did say “Rape doesn’t hurt women” and that he paid pedophiles to rape children in order to make his research on the Sexualization of children. Mrs. Wright mentioned that SIECUS, which is an offspring of the Kinsey ideology, promotes to “Talk about Sex”. was a consensus among the speakers that the aggressive promotion of sexual rights for children, that they have the right of sexual pleasure and sexual activity in an early age, is of great concern.Mrs.Korzekwa from Poland described that she was in the first group of children in Poland who received the sexual education according to the WHO standards at the age of 11. Their parents demonstrated “Stop the Sexualization of our children” and were successful. Mr. Heiner Handschin, Secretary General UPF Europe, described that in Switzerland the Department of Health decided without the agreement of the parents to give children in Kindergarden sex education. Their parents demonstrated against it and the program got defined as illegal.Truth does not become more true by virtue of the fact that the entire world agrees with it, nor less so even if the whole world disagrees with it!>Parents have a prior right to choose the kind of education that shall be given to their children.- Universal Declaration Article 26(3)< "

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