For those of you intent on being good parents, there’s a modern how-to. And it doesn’t require any extra supplies.
An excerpt from Ana Leblanc’s book Sex Education for 8-12 Year Olds: Kids Book for Good Parents was tweeted Thursday by Courage Is a Habit. Per the organization’s Twitter page, it creates “tools & strategies for the average parent so they can defend their child from indoctrination in the K-12 system.”
“This is what sex education means now,” the post asserts. “The next time you meet someone that says ‘it’s just about safety/inclusion/empathy,’ show them this and watch them break their groomer spine trying to justify it.”
A page from the book is displayed, and it urges parents to put to bed their reservations about sexually educating their kids.
As it turns out, Show and Tell isn’t just for the classroom; especially “show.”
Remember how you always wondered “how daddy and mommy do it”? Don’t curse your kids with the same unquenched curiosity:
[W]hile the higher mysteries and deeper intimacies of sexual union should be reserved for later years, a child should be gradually introduced to the ordinary mechanics of lovemaking and allowed to enter into the parent’s circle of love; instead of being shut out completely and left to wonder how daddy and mommy do it.
What follow are “tips to get you started with educating your child about his/her sexuality”:
- Couples can deliberately leave the bedroom door open or ajar while expressing intimacy.
- Call upon your child to bring or take something away while you are expressing intimacy.
- Take your child into bed with you and allow him or her (to) watch as you share intimacy.
- A mother should feel relaxed breast-feeding her baby while her husband makes love to her.
- A couple should have no inhibition having their child watch as they share intimate embrace.
It’s all about intelligence:
If intelligently applied, these situations will create an atmosphere of love and openness that helps you to gently and lovingly pull your child (end of page)…
*CHILDREN SHOULD WATCH THEIR PARENTS HAVE SEX
This is what sex education means now. The next time you meet someone that says “it’s just about safety/inclusion/empathy”, show them this & watch them break their groomer spine trying to justify it. @libsoftiktok @MattWalshBlog pic.twitter.com/VAummIt2yZ
— Courage Is A Habit (@CourageHabit) September 8, 2022
The Daily Wire reports the book was removed from Amazon “following dozens of one-star reviews and comments from readers who were disturbed by the book’s content.” The outlet links to an archive of the product page, which includes the following reviews:
- “[The book] promotes children watching their parents having sex to learn. Completely not okay.”
- “Inviting your 12-year-old child into bed to watch you having sex (whilst your wife breastfeeds….) isn’t my idea of sensible sex education. Like something from a Charles Manson support group.”
- “This is disgusting. Makes me want to throw up to know what was written in this book.”
- “This book encourages pedophilia! Ban this book Amazon!”
It may have been removed, but the book doesn’t seem at odds with the direction society is headed. Where sex is concerned, the concept of “appropriate” is radically on the move.
Cases in point:
Institutions are hosting all-ages, sexually-charged drag shows; declarations of sexual preference are being made at younger ages; and innocence is no longer universally touted as a defining trait — let alone a virtue — of childhood.
Despite all the progression, however, one arguably natural fact may persist: Kids will always be grossed out by the idea of their parents having sex.
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