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Groomed for Sodomy

Groomed for Sodomy

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What's Taught to Young Students Today Used to Be Illegal
What's Taught to Young Students Today Used to Be Illegal

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Published by: Judith Gelernter Reisman, Ph.D. on Apr 27, 2013
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38 SALVO Issue 24
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//Undercover_with Terrell Clemmons/
 
//Hazmats_with Judith Reisman/
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Groomed orSodomy
What’s Taught to YoungStudents Today Used to BeIllegal
I
had just stepped down
rom the podium atermy lecture at an education conerence in 1991when an anxious youngster, about 14, approachedme. “Dr. Reisman,” she whispered, “could I speakto you or a moment?”
Government-unded sex edu-cators, that’s who. Sitting on mydesk at home was a 1991 New York Centers or Disease Controlbrochure, “The Teenager’s Billo Rights,” which, as Sandy hadclaimed, told children they had“the right to decide whether tohave sex and who to have it with.”It was graced with graphic pictorialdirections or the children.That 1991 brochure was orteenagers; today, middle-schoolersand even kindergarteners areexposed to such things. It toldyoungsters: “Use a latex con-dom or . . . oral sex (. . . into themouth) and anal sex (. . . into thebutt).” Both o these acts o sod-omy were, o course, illegal, andstill are—at least or children.The brochure pictorially dem-onstrated the acts. It advised,Use a dental dam . . . an unrolledcondom cut down one side orplastic wrap or oral sex . . . in yourmouth.” Sandy had been rightater all, except there was no prod-uct name, just “plastic wrap.”The pamphlet was producedand distributed by the Division o AIDS Services, under the auspiceso the New York City Departmento Health. But they’re not alone.
Grooming Children
In the years beore most
Salvo
 readers were born, much o to-day’s “sex education” would havebeen considered criminal. It wouldinstantly have been called de-praved” and counted as seducingor grooming children into sex, or“contributing to the delinquencyo a minor.”Encouraging children to en-gage in any kind o sexual activ-ity (alone or with others) wasimmoral, shameul, and criminal.Even
 
talking about sex in ronto underage children or showingthem sexually charged or graphicimages—who but a sex deviantwould do that? Today, it is likelythat a sex-ed or “health” teacherin grade school would.“O course, dear,” I replied,wondering how I would handlewhat might be her delicate ques-tion. The girl, “Sandy,” moved usaside so no one could hear ourconversation.“Dr. Reisman, I have a questionabout what you were discussing.”(I quickly thought back to my pre-sentation and was sure I hadn’tsaid anything too advanced orgraphic. What could it be?) Sandytook a deep breath. “Our teachertold us that we can use Saran Wrapin case we don’t have a condom,”she said.“But sweetie, I didn’t sayanything in my lecture about con-doms,” I responded, somewhatconused. “However, I certainly donot want you or any other unmar-ried youngster having sex. No sex,no worry about condoms,” I said,as gently as I could.“Well, yes, I know,” noddedSandy. “But I’m not asking or my-sel,” she added quickly, “I’m ask-ing or my riend.”“Honey,” I murmured, “I thinkyou misunderstood your teacher.She couldn’t have said to use SaranWrap i you don’t have a condom. That is insane; you must have mis-understood.”“No, I didn’t,” Sandy insisted.“That is what my teacher said. Butthat isn’t the question,” she addedquickly. “I mean, the question myriend asked is, i you don’t haveSaran Wrap, can you use tin oilinstead?”
 Tin foil?
I cannot recall the heart-to-heart I gave young Sandy, one o millions o young victims o sex-ed.Flying back home, I saw the “tinoil” query as evidence confrmingneuroscience data that show thatchildren’s brains are not matureenough to handle such provocative“sex education.”
The Culprit
I was convinced Sandy had misun-derstood her teacher. Consideringthe Planned Parenthood propagan-da about using condoms properlyor “protection,” who could pos-sibly recommend Saran Wrap?

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