Thursday, May 7, 2009

Sex Instruction Book Aimed at Toddlers

Where did i really come from
“A BOOK which teaches children about lesbian mums getting pregnant using sperm donors is being pitched at kids as young as two.
The controversial publication, Where Did I Really Come From?, also features a drawing of two gay men holding a baby in a chapter about surrogacy.
The publisher's marketing spruiks the book, which includes in-depth descriptions of sexual intercourse, as suitable to be read to two-year-olds."
This shouldn’t even need any commentary, but I’ll forge ahead just in case you missed the obvious. “IN-DEPTH DESCRIPTIONS OF SEXUAL INTERCOURSE” and it’s supposedly suitable for two-year-olds?! Under the guise of teaching about our origins, which, when it comes right down to it includes, WITHOUT EXCEPTION, one man’s contribution and one woman’s contribution, this author believes that she is well within “the appropriate.”
Author Narelle Wickham defended the book, describing it as a mainstream publication which just went further about ways of conceiving children.
"It is just trying to normalise to children that there are many ways to conceive a child," she said.
Ah, okay, that makes it all better. Don’t worry, folks, she’s just trying to “normalise” sex for toddlers. Lovely. What do you think? Yea or Nay?

[Read entire article here]



Kingfisher said...

What?! I can't think of any situation where it would be appropriate to discuss sexual intercourse with a 2-year-old. Next thing we know, kindergarten teachers will be reading this book to their classes in the name of "diversity."

Euripides said...

This sort of thing just makes it more and more difficult to raise a child without the taint of liberal idiocy.

davecr said...

A friend of mine is friends of the founders of the website The Purple Pamphlet, which uses academic research to make students, professors, and other individuals aware of the misguided views about homosexuality being promoted by the homosexual agenda. I just thought it might have some good scientific content that can support and defend marriage, so I’m throwing it out here for others to see.

Here is their about page, “Early fall semester 2004, an ad in the Weber State University (WSU) student paper, The Signpost, by an organization known as Evergreen International–an organization dedicated to providing information and support to individuals overcoming unwanted same-sex attractions. Some students opposing the ad began an editorial debate, slandering religionists and conservatives that support sexual re-orientation. Some students with pro-traditional views responded, only to be accused of being hateful and close-minded. To challenge the claims that pro-traditional values students had discriminated against gays and pro-gay movement students, a study was conducted using 32 editorials on homosexuality between the years 2001 and 2005. The results were shocking! Pro-gay movement students were 11.8 times more likely to verbally attack pro-traditional values students than the converse. Furthermore, pro-traditional values students were 4 times as likely to make statements of understanding or sympathy toward their opponents. Pro-gay movement students were also found to be 5 times more likely to write editorials that initiated controversial debate. In addition to these findings, students reported harassment and discrimination from WSU professors for supporting traditional values.”