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This page contains links to explicit CSE materials. Though intended for children these materials are inappropriate for children and may even be offensive to adults.

International CSE Curriculum Examples

These are samples of dangerous and widely distributed CSE programs currently in use in countries through out the world.

It’s All One

This curriculum mentions “sexual pleasure” over 60 times, abortion over 100 times, and is really just cleverly disguised abortion rights, sexual rights, sexual pleasure education.  It has been implemented in Africa, the Americas, the Arab world, Asia, Europe, and the Pacific.

 

TARGET AGE GROUP:  15+ Years

 

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You, Your Life, Your Dreams

You, Your Life, Your Dreams is a CSE manual for adolescents in the Caribbean region. It was written and published with the assistance of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).

 

TARGET AGE GROUP:  10-19 Years

 

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Exclaim!

Exclaim! teaches children that they are not healthy unless they are having various sexual experiences. Young  people are taught that they “are entitled to sexual pleasure and how to experience different forms of sexual pleasure is important for their health.”

 

TARGET AGE GROUP:  10 years and older

 

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Healthy, Happy, & Hot*

While this booklet is not a formal CSE program, it is illustrative of Planned Parenthood’s philosophies, and like IPPF’s formal CSE programs, it promotes sexual rights and promiscuous sex to HIV-infected youth at the expense of their sexual health.  IPPF is one of the biggest providers of CSE in the world receiving millions of dollars from UN agencies, and IPPF is often featured at UN meetings as a prominent and trusted UN-accredited organization.

 

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The World Starts With Me

This online sex education program teaches children that sexuality includes French kissing, oral sex, and masturbation. It shows children pictures of naked girls and boys in various stages of development and then asks them to point out differences in their private parts.  Children are taught that it is their own choice if they want to lose their virginity. This program has been found in Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia, and Ghana and is probably in many other African countries.

 

TARGET AGE GROUP:  12 – 14 Years

 

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UNESCO Guidelines

UNESCO’s  International Guidelines on Sexuality Education was published by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in collaboration with other UN agencies including UNICEF, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), and the World Health Organization (WHO). SIECUS and IPPF are mentioned multiple times. These guidelines maintain that children have a right to receive instruction in sexual pleasure, masturbation and homosexuality, among other things. 

 

TARGET AGE GROUP:  5 – 15 Years

 

 

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WHO European Standards

World Health Organization’s Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe: A framework for policy makers, educational and health authorities and specialists

 

TARGET AGE GROUP:  0 – 19 Years

 

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Report of the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Education

The UN Rapporteur exposed the hidden sexual agenda behind CSE when he announced in his report to the UN general assembly that CSE should teach children about sexual pleasure and help abolish guilt feelings about eroticism.

 

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U.S. Curriculum Examples

These are samples of dangerous and widely distributed CSE programs currently in use in the United States.

Dry Humping Saves Lives

Distributed in Oregon, and likely in many other states, Dry Humping Saves Lives is a vulgar booklet that teaches children that anything goes sexually as long as they don’t pass their sexual fluids on to their sexual partners.

TARGET AGE GROUP:  Middle school thru high school

 

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Making A Difference

Making A Difference claims to be an abstinence program when it actually promotes anal sex, oral sex, and touching each other genitals as ways for children to express sexual feelings.

 

TARGET AGE GROUP:  10-19 Years

 

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It’s Perfectly Normal*

This illustrated children’s book openly normalizes homosexuality and contains graphic illustrations of both male and female children masturbating. The book shows illustrations of entirely nude men and women having sex, and of naked girls and boys in a variety of situations.

 

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It’s All One

This curriculum mentions “sexual pleasure” over 60 times, abortion over 100 times, and is really just cleverly disguised abortion rights, sexual rights, sexual pleasure education.  It has been implemented in Africa, the Americas, the Arab world, Asia, Europe, and the Pacific.

 

TARGET AGE GROUP:  15+ Years

 

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The G Spot Show*

This cartoon, created by Flickerlab for Planned Parenthood, is a program that introduces children to sexual topics.  The show is hosted by an animated penis and a vagina.  In the episode, How Pregnancy Happens, the two characters engage in crass dialogue, joking about the many places people can have sex.  The penis character gets repeatedly aroused, and the episode ends with him inviting the vagina over to his place.

 

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Info for Teens*

Info for Teens is a section the Planned Parenthood website that targets youth and addresses sexual health issues such as masturbation, homosexuality, and sexual rights.

 

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Additional Information

Below are additional resources for parents, educators, and policymakers to utilize whether evaluating potential sex education programs or combating harmful programs currently in place.

Re-Examining the Evidence: School-Based Comprehensive Sexuality Education in the United States.

 

In a new report, researchers present findings from their in-depth review of 60 of the best peer-reviewed studies of CSE in U.S. school classrooms. Using an approach not taken previously, the reviewers evaluated the study results according to criteria for program effectiveness derived from the field of prevention research.

 

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Sex Education Curriculum Assesment Rubric: Identifying the Harmful Elements of CSE Programs

The Rubric was developed by the Family Watch International and the Child Protection Coalition for parents, educators, and policymakers.  This step-by-step assessment can be applied to any sexual education program to determine if CSE principles are present in the curriculum.

 

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VIEW A SAMPLE COMPLETED RUBRIC >

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*Although not an official part of any one CSE curriculum, these supplemental tools are being utilized in and out of the classroom and are provided as additional references for children to explore.