Pedophilia, sexual nihilism and sexual anarchy : Putting the Gleaner’s concern about LGBT children into perspective.

 

“society must recognise the right of all young people to enjoy sex and to express their sexuality in the way that they choose” .

…… IPPF Youth Manifesto, Goal 3, Bullet point 6…..

 

Pedophiles , sexual  nihilists  and  sexual  anarchists are coming for the children and as in all things sexual they are using “rights” and have the support of the sexually nihilistic and sexually anarchist , atheist / secular Obama administration and the United Nations.
The recent discussions on LGBT students in schools is not coincidental nor simply about the children but rather a part of a “rights based” strategy to access children for sex.
The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) is one of the largest abortion providers in the world and has great influence at the United Nations.

The UN is presently implementing a sexual rights agenda called ippf/youth which was developed by the IPPF for young persons 10 – 24 years old.  The  manifesto  is  printed  below.

The IPPF / Youth Manifesto  (ippf/youth) can also  be  accessed  at  a  USAID website:

http://www.popline.org/node/534345

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http://www.youth-policy.com/Policies/IPPF%20Youth%20Manifesto.pdf

ippf/youth manifesto

http://www.ippf.org/youth/manifesto/manifesto.htm

ippf/youth is a manifesto for IPPF to meet the sexual and reproductive health needs of young people as we move into the 21st century. It was developed by the Youth Committee of IPPF between April and October 1998.

goal 1

young people must have information and education on sexuality and the best possible sexual and reproductive health services (including contraceptives).

all young people must be able to choose from a full range of contraceptives including the latest advances in contraception.

sexual and reproductive health services for young people must be:

  • confidential
  • accessible
  • free from judgement
  • and offer a complete range of services

    service providers must make sure that they meet the different needs of all young people, married or unmarried, whatever their age, gender , ability, beliefs and sexual lifestyle.

    sexual and reproductive health education must be accurate, reliable and responsive to the physical and emotional needs of young people of all ages and sexual lifestyles.

    young men must be encouraged to use sexual and reproductive health services which have been designed for them.

    governments and policy makers must be urged to increase their commitment to sexual and reproductive health education and services for young people.

    service providers must make sure that they meet the additional needs of young people living with hiv/aids, survivors of sexual abuse and young sexual offenders.

    goal 2

    young people must be able to be active citizens in their society

    young people must have real decision-making power in all work of ippf/fpas

    young people must receive practical skills and knowledge so they can participate to the best of their ability in society.

    the contribution of young people and the way that they present themselves must be valued and recognised in ippf/fpas.

    youth groups must have direct access to funds and support.

    governments and policy makers must be urged to take action to support and promote youth participation in society.

goal 3

young people must be able to have pleasure and confidence in relationships and all aspects of sexuality.

young people must be supported by laws that allow them to act freely in the way they choose to live their lives.

obstacles that make young people uncomfortable about themselves, their bodies and their relationships must be removed.

young people must be encouraged to know their own sexual rights and to respect the rights of others.

young people’s sexuality should have a positive image in society.

society must recognise the right of all young people to enjoy sex and to express their sexuality in the way that they choose .

 

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