Planned Parenthood has devised its latest tactic aimed at brainwashing children as young as preschool-age with their gender and sexual ideology. The organization’s new guidelines provide sexually explicit talking points for parents to use to infiltrate their children’s minds with Planned Parenthood’s views on topics such as “gender identity” and masturbation.
While Planned Parenthood’s old guidelines instructed parents to tell their preschoolers that “Women have breasts. Men don’t…” and that “Boys have penises and girls have vulvas,” its updated guidelines replace the former guidelines with more blurry language about male and female anatomy. Additionally, they even contain a section telling parents to encourage their young children to masturbate.
Here are five shocking excerpts from the new guidelines:
1.) Some Boys Have Vulvas, and Some Girls Have Penises.
Planned Parenthood gives a biologically confusing anatomy lesson to preschoolers:
While the most simple answer is that girls have vulvas and boys have penises/testicles, that answer isn’t true for every boy and girl. Boy, girl, man, and woman are words that describe gender identity, and some people with the gender identities ‘boy’ or ‘man’ have vulvas, and some with the gender identity ‘girl’ or ‘woman’ have penises/testicles. Your genitals don’t make you a boy or a girl.
You can say that most girls have vulvas and most boys have penises/testicles. You may want to emphasize that it doesn’t matter too much what parts someone has — that doesn’t tell you much about them. But you can make that decision based on your values and how you plan to talk with your kid about gender as they grow up.
2.) Dressing a Girl in Pink May Send a Harmful Message.
Planned Parenthood accuses parents who dress their daughters in pink and paint their sons’ rooms blue of sending potentially harmful messages to their children:
Putting daughters in pink princess rooms and boys in blue sports rooms before they’re old enough to choose for themselves can send the message that they have to like certain things because of their gender.
3.) Don’t Assume Your Child’s Sexuality.
Planned Parenthood warns parents that assuming that their little boys and girls are straight is dangerous since preschoolers haven’t had time to discover their sexual orientation yet:
Be mindful of how you talk around your kid, too. Talking to (or in front of) your daughter about growing up and having boyfriends or marrying a man (and vice versa) sends the message that girls are supposed to like boys, and boys are supposed to like girls, and that anything else is wrong or not normal. While kids this young don’t know their sexual orientation yet, assuming they’re straight could make them scared to come to you or feel bad about themselves later.
4.) Families Don’t Need a Mother or a Father.
Planned Parenthood ignores scores of evidence showing that the ideal situation for a child is to have a mother and a father, and instead tells parents that they should use everyday occasions to teach their children that all families are equal:
Little kids notice, and sometimes comment on, everything. Your kid may notice another kid on the playground or in their preschool who has a different kind of family than them — a family with a different number of parents, or with grandparents raising kids, or with two moms or two dads, or any number of other situations.
These observations are good teachable moments. Take a minute and explain to your kid that they’re right — what they’re noticing is different from your family — but that there’s nothing wrong with it, and that we can always be friends with people who are different from us. You’ll be steering your kid in the direction of respecting others as they grow up. It will also one day help them figure out the kind of family they want to build for themselves.
5.) It’s Fine for Children to Masturbate When Alone.
Planned Parenthood tells parents to encourage their preschoolers to masturbate when they’re alone:
You can teach them that touching their genitals is something that’s not appropriate to do in public. Preschoolers are old enough to understand privacy. So instead of trying to convince them to stop touching themselves, have a conversation about boundaries. You can say something like, ‘I know that feels good, and it’s OK to do that in your room or the bathroom. It’s not ok to touch your penis in front of other people. It’s something that’s private.’