#TheirABC has made international headlines, following an interview with a sexuality expert (Deanne Carson).
Co-founder of Body Safety Australia, consultant to Fairness in Religions in Schools (dedicated to limiting and even removing SRE from schools), panelist at Australian Skeptics Convention, Lesbian and member of National LGBTIQ Health Alliance, when asked what age she starts working with children, Deanne responded:
“We work with parents from birth… Just about how to set up a culture of consent in their home. So ‘I’m going to change your nappy now, is that okay?’ Of course, a baby’s not going to respond ‘yes mum, that’s awesome, I’d love to have my nappy changed.’ But, if you leave a space and wait for body language and wait to make eye contact, then you’re letting that child know that their response matters.”
On the surface, this statement appeared to be a simple case of ‘lefty lunacy’ – any parent or carer will confirm that a baby will rarely, if ever, willingly submit to a nappy change.
In response, a number of parents filmed their attempts to get ‘consent’ from their little ones before changing their nappy, with predictable results…
Scratch beneath the surface of this obviously ridiculous concept of ‘infant consent’ and you’ll reveal a more sinister undertone.
Deanne is a regular speaker at Early Childhood Education Conferences. The Early Childhood Australia Learning Hub states:
“People who work with children need an understanding of sexual development from birth on. Knowing the facts is only part of it. Sexual development is part of social and emotional development, self-concept and self-esteem. Understanding this assists adults in responding to children’s behaviour, and in their interactions with children. It is these early interactions that lay the foundation for future health and wellbeing. Children are sexual beings from birth so we need to understand what we might expect from children, what might be happening if sexual development seems out of step with other children, and how our own behaviour and responses are guiding children.” (emphasis added).
No parent in their right mind considers a newborn a ‘sexual being’ or even ‘capable of consent,’ so where does the idea come from that ‘children are sexual beings from birth?’
The answer is truly disturbing. Much of the comprehensive sexuality education we see today is based on the ‘research’ of Alfred Kinsey. His ‘research’ consisted of hiring paedophiles to sexually assault children (including babies) and record the outcomes. This 30 minute documentary is difficult to watch but it’s very important to be aware of the dark forces driving comprehensive sexuality education in our schools:
Gary Dowsett is the Research Centre in Sex, Health & Society Deputy Director at the home of Australia’s sexuality education program (Safe Schools Coalition), La Trobe University. In his paper entitled “Boiled Lollies and Band-aides: Gay Men and Kids” Gary says: “Cuddling, breastfeeding, bathing together, playing, kissing and fondling kids are immensely pleasurable activities for them and for us. And it is not uncommon to be sexually aroused by that closeness, that touch and that love. How different then is that gentle, tentative sexuality between parent and child from the love of a paedophile and his/her lover? The current paedophilia debate then is crucial to the political process of the gay movement: paedophiles need our support, and we need to construct the child/adult sex issue on our terms. […] Our new kinds of arrangements collectively create a new politics of child/adult relations. Is this a bit of gay chauvinism, gay pride, a fond idealistic hope? Maybe, but since when have we too regarded pride as a sin?”
In this paper, Gary shows the plan, hidden in plain sight:
“First, we have three legal/social questions to win: custody right for gay men and lesbians; the legal rights of paedophiles and their young lovers; and finally the sexual rights of children as a whole.
Sexual rights of children? How does one go about achieving ‘sexual rights for children?’ By showing that, from birth, children are capable of ‘consent,’ is just the start. Many who are advocating ‘comprehensive sexuality education’ in schools may be unwittingly furthering this agenda of ‘consent’ and ‘sexual rights’ for children.”
A testimonial on Deanne Caron’s website: “And thanks for letting me know that some people use vibrators for stress relief” (Grade 6)