CSE teachs children to masturbate.

Targeting children from age 0:

Give information about enjoyment and pleasure when touching one’s body . . . masturbation” (World Health Organization, “Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe,” for children ages 0-4)

Targeting children from age 4:

Give information about early childhood masturbation” (World Health Organization, “Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe,” for children ages 4-6)

 

Targeting children from age 5:

Girls and boys have private body parts that can feel pleasurable when touched by oneself.” (UNESCO International Guidelines on Sexuality Education, for children ages 5-8, p. 43)

“It is natural to explore and touch parts of one’s own body.” (UNESCO International Guidelines on Sexuality Education, for children ages 5-8, p. 48)

“Bodies can feel good when touched.” (UNESCO International Guidelines on Sexuality Education, for children ages 5-8, p. 48)

Touching and rubbing one’s genitals is called masturbation.” (UNESCO International Guidelines on Sexuality Education, for children ages 5-8, p. 48)

Masturbation is not harmful, but should be done in private.” (UNESCO International Guidelines on Sexuality Education, for children ages 5-8, p. 48)

 

Targeting children from age 6:

Give information about enjoyment and pleasure when touching one’s own body, early childhood masturbation” (World Health Organization, “Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe,” for children ages 6-9)

 

Targeting children from age 9:

“Many boys and girls begin to masturbate during puberty.” (UNESCO International Guidelines on Sexuality Education, for children ages 9-12, p. 44)

“Give information about pleasure, masturbation, orgasm” (World Health Organization, “Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe,” for children ages 9-12)

 

Targeting children from age 10:

Masturbation is the act of touching oneself in a sexually stimulating way, and it is another way that people sometimes express their sexual feelings . . . Both men and women can satisfy their sexual feelings and experience sexual pleasure through masturbation.” (You, Your Life, Your Dreams, for children ages 10 and up, p. 85)

Most people masturbate sometime or other during their lives. Some people start masturbating when they are children and continue to do so all their lives. Some start during puberty; others start when they are adults. Other people never masturbate, and others feel that having sexual fantasies and masturbating conflicts with their religious or moral beliefs.” (You, Your Life, Your Dreams, for children ages 10 and up, p. 85)

“Breasts are very sensitive to touch for many women. Touching and caressing your breasts is very pleasurable and can be sexually exciting.It is important that you learn how and when to obtain pleasure fondling your breasts.” (You, Your Life, Your Dreams, for children ages 10 and up, p. 26)

“Masturbation is only considered a problem when it is excessive, when a person cannot function or get through daily tasks without masturbating.” (You, Your Life, Your Dreams, for children ages 10 and up, p. 86)

Experts in human sexuality consider masturbation one normal way for people to get to know their bodies and feelings, and to express their sexuality without risking pregnancy or STIs, including HIV and AIDS. Nothing bad will happen to your body, even if you masturbate a lot. Your genitals might get sore from rubbing them too much. On rare occasions, a boy may contract non-specific urethritis (NSU), which is an inflammation of the urethra from excessive rubbing.” (You, Your Life, Your Dreams, for children ages 10 and up, p. 86)

“Safer sex means sexual practices that greatly reduce your chances of getting STIs, including HIV, or getting pregnant. If you want totally safe sex—100% sure safe sex—then the best choices for you are masturbation, abstaining from rubbing genitals or sexual intercourse, and using sex toys. If you read Chapter 9, then you know masturbation is totally safe . . . Sex toys or sex aids (the most popular ones being vibrators) are devices which are made to enhance sexual pleasure. They are used mainly on the genitals or around the genitals. You can use a sex toy by yourself or as a couple.” (You, Your Life, Your Dreams, for children ages 10 and up, p. 104)

 

Targeting “young people” (defined by the UN as ages 10 and up):

Play with yourself! Masturbation is a great way to find out more about your body and what you find sexually stimulating. Don‘t stop there: Find out how your partner‘s body works, what makes them feel good and what gives them pleasure.” (IPPF, Healthy, Happy and Hot, for HIV-positive young people, p.8)