I want to express my gratitude to the Catholic Family & Human Rights Institute for sounding the alarm on this! ~LTG
H/t beloved fellow Tina! ~Eowyn
A social policy research group is exposing a radical sexual ideology that was on display at a United Nations’ meeting.
The two-week annual gathering of the United Nation’s Commission on the Status of Women recently concluded in New York City.
Austin Ruse, president of the Catholic Family & Human Rights Institute (C-FAM), tells OneNewsNow that one of the side events there included a panel discussion where Diane Schneider, a representative with the National Education Association (NEA), said that graphic sex education needs to be taught in the classroom.
Speaking to a panel on combating “homophobia” and “transphobia,” Schneider stated: “Oral sex, masturbation, and orgasms need to be taught in education.” According to Ruse, the NEA representative did not stop there.
“She went on to say that comprehensive sex education is — quote – ‘the only way to combat heterosexism and gender conformity,'” he reports. “She said that ‘gender identity expression’ and sexual orientation are a spectrum, and…that those [who are] opposed to homosexuality are stuck — quote — ‘in a binary box that religion and family create.'”
Ruse says such outrageous statements reveal that organizations like the NEA — the largest teachers union in the country — are way out of touch with the mainstream. “Most Americans, I think, would feel like they were completely in foreign territory if they sat in on one of these side events at the United Nations or if they heard a United Nations debate on comprehensive sex education,” he shares.
The C-FAM leader says the radical sexual agenda on display at the Commission on the Status of Women will influence U.N. policy in the near future.
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