Morally nihilistic and sexually anarchist US administration adopts the term “sexual rights” , a euphemism for depravity, and acknowledges that “sexual rights” is not part of international law .

 

The Obama administration is committed to moral nihilism and sexually anarchy in matters of personal intimacy.
This means that for the US administration all intimate interpersonal relationships and behaviours are valid and equal.
The administration’s introduction of the term “sexual rights” should be regarded as a first step in using the UN and international legal system to make moral nihilism and sexual anarchy i.e total depravity , international norm.

 

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US government says it will now use the term ‘sexual rights’
Friday, September 18, 2015 | 8:25 AM

 

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UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The US government says it will begin using the term “sexual rights” in discussions of human rights and global development.

The statement at a UN meeting this week comes after years of lobbying from groups who have argued that the US should show global leadership on the rights of people of all gender identities and sexual orientations.

The statement, posted on a State Department website, says sexual rights include people’s “right to have control over and decide freely and responsibly on matters related to their sexuality, including sexual and reproductive health, free of coercion, discrimination, and violence.”

The Washington-based Center for Health and Gender Equity pointed out the statement Thursday and said it was delighted.

“On one level, it’s symbolic. It also sends a signal to the global community that sexual and reproductive health and rights are a part of the global development agenda,” Serra Sippel, the centre’s president, told The Associated Press. She said it follows “huge strides” made under the Obama administration on LGBT issues.

The announcement comes days before more than 150 world leaders gather at the UN to launch an ambitious set of development goals, including one of gender equality. One of the agenda’s many targets is to ensure universal access to sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights by 2030.

Speaking at a meeting of the UN women’s agency Tuesday, Richard Erdman, a deputy US ambassador to the UN, said the United States would use the term “sexual rights” for those that are not legally binding.

“Sexual rights are not human rights, and they are not enshrined in international human rights law; our use of this term does not reflect a view that they are part of customary international law,” he said. “It is, however, a critical expression of our support for the rights and dignity of all individuals regardless of their sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity.”

Nevertheless, Sippel described the US decision as “the United States catching up with the rest of the world.”

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