TSCE #9(A): Bill C-75 Revisited, The NGOs Pushing Degeneracy, Child Abuse

Bill C-75 has been addressed twice on this site, once for reducing penalties for terrorism offences, and once for reducing penalties for crimes against children. This piece looks more at some of the groups trying to influence the legislation.

1. Trafficking, Smuggling, Child Exploitation

Serious issues like smuggling or trafficking are routinely avoided in public discourse. Also important are the links between open borders and human smuggling; between ideology and exploitation; between tolerance and exploitation; between abortion and organ trafficking; or between censorship and complicity. Mainstream media will also never get into the organizations who are pushing these agendas, nor the complicit politicians. These topics don’t exist in isolation, and are interconnected.

2. Important Links

Parliamentary Study On Bill C-75 (Fall 2018)

Bill C-75 Canadian Centre For Gender Sexual Diversity
Bill C-75 Canadian Civil Liberties Association
Bill C-75 EGALE Canada Human Rights Trust
Bill C-75 Vancouver Rape Relief
Bill C-75 Law Society Of Ontario
Bill C-75 Tom Hooper Et AlBill C-75 UNICEF Canada

Bill C-75 Families For Justice Alberta

3. EGALE Canada Human Rights Trust

From around 16:23 in this September 25, 2018 transcript from the Parliamentary Hearings on law and justice. A few points worth noting.

First: while this is cloaked as a social justice issue, there seems to be no concern for the consequences of the changes sought here. Second: what is wrong with the parents of young children wanting their (intersex) children from having normal lives as a recognized gender? Third: there is the claim that gays are discriminated against because the age of consent is higher than with straight couples. Strange how they always want it lowered, and never propose RAISING it overall.

4. Centre For Gender And Sexual Diversity

Following the introduction of C-39, An Act to amend the Criminal Code (unconstitutional provisions) and to make consequential amendments to other Acts, the CCGSD was excited that the government was looking serious at equalizing age of consent legislation. We applaud the government on including this as is critical step forward. The CCGSD has been asking for this critical change since 2008. This is critical to the LGBTQI2+ communities as the criminalization of consensual sexual acts between Canadians should be seen as equal under the law regardless of your sexual orientation or gender identity

What they refer to as “equalizing the age” of consent was the provision to reduce the age of consent for anal sex from 18 to 16. Normal sex has a minimum age of consent of 16, years old, and even that was only recent. It used to be 14. The Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity has deemed it a “priority” to lower the age of consent — since 2008 — instead of asking for a higher universal standard.

They talk about equality for consensual acts between Canadians, but they don’t mentions consensual acts between ADULT Canadians. That detail seems left out.

1-Bill C-75 fails to address sex work criminalization
The criminalization of sex work has been ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme court and continues to put Canadian sex workers in danger. Local, provincial and federal police services continue to use existing legislation to harass and criminalize folks who should be allowed to do their job with the support and protection of the state.
We strongly recommend that a clear decriminalization of sex work be included in C-75.

There doesn’t seem to be any moral issues with sex work itself, or the dangers or moral issues it causes. Instead, CCGSD takes issue with there being laws against it.

2-Bill C-75 fails to protect intersex children from non-consensual surgery
In June 2017, the CCGSD came out with our Pink Agenda making it clear that we stand in solidarity with Intersex communities and their right to decide what is best for their bodies, and yet today Section 268(3) of the Criminal Code of Canada allows non-consensual surgery by medical practitioners to alter the bodies of infants and children whom they perceive to be ambiguous (i.e. intersex).
We strongly recommend that the repeal of Section 268(3) be included in C-75.

We can’t have parents attempting to correct birth defects the best way they know how, in order to help their children go about their lives. What is wrong with them simply being normal boys or girls?

3-Bill C-75 fails to repeal the ‘bawdy house’ laws or obscenity laws that disproportionately affect queer and trans people
The ‘bawdy house’ laws have continue to criticized by many LGBTQI2+ organizations, including most recently the coalition of LGBTQ2I+ and allied organizations during the debate on C-66, An Act to establish a procedure for expunging certain historically unjust convictions and to make related amendments to other Acts (http://ccgsd-ccdgs.org/c66). These laws continue to be used to criminalize consensual LGBTQI2+ behaviours, and need to be full repealed.
We strongly recommend that the repeal of the ‘bawdy house’ laws be included in C-75

An bizarre argument. While claiming that gays aren’t perverts, the CCGSD also claims that laws against degeneracy disproportionately impact them. Doesn’t that undermine the original assertion?

5. Vancouver Rape Relief — Domestic Violence

The change to reverse onus bail in cases of male violence against women is an encouraging step to help reduce the number of men who immediately re-offend and attack their female intimate partners. It is a positive step because the onus is on the offender to prove why they should be let out on bail if they have a history of domestic violence. This sends a message that violence against women is a serious crime. It is, however, unfortunate that this reverse onus will not apply to those men without a criminal record for domestic violence, which will include convicted persons who received an absolute or a conditional discharge. What we see from our work is getting a conviction is rare; when it does happen often its a man of colour. As a result, we can see the possibility that something like this will disproportionately affect racialized men, while the majority of men who go without being charged and convicted remain unaccountable and undeterred.

Eliminating the mandatory use of preliminary inquiries as it relates to women who have been sexually assaulted is a positive step. We know from our experience accompanying women to court that preliminary inquiries are used by the defence as an attempt to discredit their testimony by pointing out minute discrepancies from their police statements, their preliminary inquiry evidence and their trial testimonies.

Vancouver Rape Relief brings a few interesting arguments into the discussion. First, they are upset that the “reverse onus” provisions of bail won’t apply to men without past convictions for domestic violence. Second, they support eliminating mandatory use of preliminary inquiries, which are an important step of discovery prior to trial. It doesn’t appear that they actually support the idea of due process.

6. Individuals Opposing Degeneracy Laws

Regarding the last video, the crime itself is failing to disclose HIV status with sexual partners. However, it’s frequently misnamed as “criminalizing people with HIV”. Knowing that the other person has this disease is pretty important, regardless of how deadly it might be.

It’s worth pondering: how many of those people who are okay with not disclosing HIV status to sexual partners would be okay with forcing masks and vaccines on people?

7. Does Anyone Care About These Reductions?

  • Section 58: Fraudulent use of citizenship
  • Section 159: Age of consent for anal sex
  • Section 172(1): Corrupting children
  • Section 173(1): Indecent acts
  • Section 180(1): Common nuisance
  • Section 182: Indecent interference or indignity to body
  • Section 210: Keeping common bawdy house
  • Section 211: Transporting to bawdy house
  • Section 242: Not getting help for childbirth
  • Section 243: Concealing the death of a child
  • Section 279.02(1): Material benefit – trafficking
  • Section 279.03(1): Withholding/destroying docs — trafficking
  • Section 279(2): Forcible confinement
  • Section 280(1): Abduction of child under age 16
  • Section 281: Abduction of child under age 14
  • Section 291(1): Bigamy
  • Section 293: Polygamy
  • Section 293.1: Forced marriage
  • Section 293.2: Child marriage
  • Section 295: Solemnizing marriage contrary to law
  • Section 435: Arson, for fraudulent purposes
  • Section 467.11(1): Participating in organized crime

These are not minor or unimportant crimes. In fairness, there are a few submissions that speak out about the hybridization of these offences (making them eligible to be tried summarily). Who came up with these though? Why are such crimes being shrugged off. Sure, the terrorism offence penalties caused backlash, but not these. It’s almost as if they wanted to divert attention.

As for watering down terrorism offences, where did that idea come from? CIJA, the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs spoke against some of these provisions. But it’s unclear who was the brains behind the proposal

Now, it should be noted that changes to the MAXIMUM sentence of certain crimes would make law students and paralegals ineligible to work on such cases. While not a defense of criminals, everyone should have access to some representation.

Who was Bill C-75 really designed for? It comes across as if a group wanted to destabilize society, and wrote collaboratively on it.

Heritage #4: In 2005, Conservatives, 30% Liberals, Voted To “Conserve” Marriage

In 2005, almost the entire Conservative Party Caucus, and over 1/4 of the Liberal Party Caucus voted to conserve marriage as between 1 man and 1 woman. Taking such a stand would be completely unthinkable in today’s climate.

1. Understanding Our Real History

CLICK HERE, for #1: UN Declaration on Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
CLICK HERE, for #2: Indian Act of Canada, wards of the Crown.
CLICK HERE, for #3: UNESCO’s land grabs as “heritage sites”.

2. Why Cover This Particular Topic?

If anything, this marks a point where the globohomo movement really took off in Canada. Instead of being a small group out on its own, this was the beginning of lawfare in order to force itself on the public at large. Certainly there had been lobbying and court challenges before, but this seems to be a turning point.

The court challenges started in 2003, and it ended with Bill C-38 in 2005. For the full text of Bill C-38.

To accept this (and other “changes”) as part of our heritage to rewrite history. These changes — always done incrementally — are done to subvert and undermine what the country is.

3. Preceding Challenges In Provincial Courts

  • June 10, 2003: Ontario
  • July 8, 2003: British Columbia
  • March 19, 2004: Quebec
  • July 14, 2004: Yukon
  • September 16, 2004: Manitoba
  • September 24, 2004: Nova Scotia
  • November 5, 2004: Saskatchewan
  • December 21, 2004: Newfoundland and Labrador
  • June 23, 2005: New Brunswick
  • Source: Wikipedia

    There is more to the story than just Bill C-38. Starting in 2003, there were a series of Provincial Court challenges (each successful). In some sense, this made the Federal Bill a mere formality.

    4. Harper Made No Real Effort To Reverse

    After winning power in 2006, the Harper Government made a very half hearted attempt to pass a motion to reopen the debate on marriage. But it was obvious that it was just going through the motions to appease supporters.

    5. Modern Conservatism In Canada

    There is a vast difference between accepting a group, and openly promoting their agenda. Difficult to imagine these cucks standing up to “conserve” anything now. At this point, modern conservative parties need to be allowed to die so new options can come forward.

    If a bill was introduced to restore the traditional definition of marriage, there is not a liberal politician in Canada who would support it. Very few conservatives would, and they would receive backlash for doing so.

    P.S. It’s not just “conservatives” in Canada who pander to the gay mafia. It’s happening elsewhere as well.

    TSCE #9(F): Parliament Turns M-47 Into Gay Rights Push, Deflects From Harm & Exploitation Of Vulnerable People

    The Canadian Parliament held hearings on online pornography, and the exploitation of people (including children). Instead of reporting on that, it was used to promote the LBGTQ agenda. Talk about missing the point.

    1. Trafficking, Smuggling, Child Exploitation

    For the previous work in the TSCE series. Laws politicians pass absolutely ensure these obscenities will continue. This piece will focus on Parliament misusing M-47 for gay rights pandering, instead of reporting of exploiting women and children. Also, take a look at open borders movement, the abortion and organs industry, and the NGOs who are supporting it.

    2. Submitted Briefs, Testimony Transcripts

    Porn Defend Dignity, Christian & Missionary Alliance
    Porn Rainy River District Womens Shelter of Hope
    Porn Christian Legal Fellowship
    Porn National Center on Sexual Exploitation
    Porn Sarson MacDonald Forced Pornography
    Porn Gary Wilson Sex Trafficking
    Porn Cordelia Anderson Prevent Abuse And Exploitation
    Porn National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
    Porn Janet Zacharias Health Issue Exploitation
    Porn Charlene Doak-Gebauer Child Porn Hurts
    Porn Fight The New Drug
    Porn Various Scholars
    Porn Hope For The Sold
    Porn Evangelical Fellowship of Canada
    Porn Porn Harms Kids
    Porn Dallas Kornelsen
    Porn Central Nova Womens Resources
    Porn Turning Point Counselling Services
    Porn Ten Broadcasting No Access For Minors
    Porn The Reward Foundation Neurological Changes

    Transcript Parliament Porn February 7
    Transcript Parliament Porn March 23
    Transcript Parliament Porn April 4
    Transcript Parliament Porn April 11

    3. A Few Audio Clips Of Witnesses

    4. Witness: Gary Wilson

    Brief Relating to Motion 47 – Gary B. Wilson
    Thank you for inviting me to present evidence related to Motion 47. My concern is not with pornography use as such, but strictly with the digital porn widely consumed today. No doubt other witnesses will supply evidence linking internet porn (IP) to wider public health issues such as increased aggression, performer risks, and sex trafficking. I will focus on the aspects I know best: IP’s adverse effects on users, and the need for IP research to investigate causation.

    Evidence suggests that today’s streamed IP videos are sui generis, with unique properties such as inexhaustible sexual novelty at a click or tap, effortless escalation to more extreme material, and ready accessibility for viewers of all ages, and that these unique properties are giving rise to severe symptoms in some consumers. Although a full review of research correlating IP use with social and personal problems is beyond the scope of this brief, existing studies associate IP use with greater anxiety, shyness, depression, poorer academic performance, ADHD9, body dysmorphia, and relationship dissatisfaction. Researchers have also linked IP use with arousal,
    attraction, and sexual performance problems with partners, including difficulty orgasming and erectile dysfunction (ED), negative effects on partnered sex, a need for stronger pornographic material, and a preference for using IP to achieve and maintain arousal rather than having sex with a partner.

    5. Witness: Cordelia Anderson

    For the past 40 years, I’ve worked to promote sexual health and prevent sexual harm. While my early work involved treating prostituted women, sex offenders and survivors of sexual abuse/sexual violence, most of my focus has been on prevention. In 1976, I began my work and study at the Program in Human Sexuality (PHS), University of Minnesota. There, I was trained that pornography was harmless and in fact a useful aid for couples and individuals with sexual problems. I learned a lot of excellent information about sexuality, the importance of promoting sexual health and the harms of sexual oppression. However, my work after that point challenged and changed my thinking related to pornography. Next, I was asked to develop a child sexual abuse prevention program (no others existed at the time) in the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office and to work as a child victim advocate. Throughout this time, I also worked as a consulting therapist. I began to see a very different impact of pornography on individuals and culture.

    I’ve conducted over 2,500 presentations and developed numerous educational materials including plays; most recently, “Fired Up” based on the stories of adult survivors or sexual abuse and exploitation. Throughout my career, I’ve tried to bring attention to what types of materials promote sexual health and functioning and what promotes sexual harms and dysfunction. In the 80’s I co-authored a play, “For Adults Only” that addressed many of these issues and then after all the changes with technology, in 2011, I wrote a booklet, “The Impact of Pornography on Children Youth and Culture.” In the past, we had qualitative data from stories and information from clinical practices, but now there is extensive research that speaks to an altered impact from advances in technology and an increasingly egregious sexually exploitive content.

    6. Witness: Janet Zacharias

    Gender Issue
    Pornography producers and consumers are mostly male (Dines, 2010; Gorman, MonkTurner & Fish, 2010). Moreover, women submission to any and all kinds of sexual acts without resistance are common in pornography.
    An overall significant link between pornography use and beliefs that reinforce violence against women exists. (Hald, Malamuth & Yuen, 2010; Malamuth et al., 2012; Peter & Valkenburg, 2007).
    *Behaviors such as rape are often significantly underreported for political reasons; thus, government statistics can be skewed and inaccurate (Phillips et al.,2015)

    7. UN Office On Drugs And Crime

    UNODC 2014 Report On Trafficking

    Exploitation is the source of profits in trafficking in persons cases, and therefore, the key motivation for traffickers to carry out their crime. Traffickers, who may be more or less organized, conduct the trafficking process in order to gain financially from the exploitation of victims. The exploitation may take on a range of forms, but the principle that the more productive effort traffickers can extract from their victims, the larger the financial incentive to carry out the trafficking crime, remains. Victims may be subjected to various types of exploitation.

    The two most frequently detected types are sexual exploitation and forced labour. The forced labour category is broad and includes, for example, manufacturing, cleaning, construction, textile production, catering and domestic servitude, to mention some of the forms that have been reported to UNODC. Victims may also be trafficked for the purpose of organ removal, or for various forms of exploitations that are not forced labour, sexual exploitation or organ removal. These forms have been categorized as ‘other forms of exploitation’ in this Report, and this Section will also examine the detections of these ‘other forms’ in some detail.

    Information on the forms of exploitation was provided by 88 countries. It refers to a total of 30,592 victims of trafficking in persons detected between 2010 and 2012 whose form of exploitation was reported.

    Looking first at the broader global picture, some 53 per cent of the victims detected in 2011 were subjected to sexual exploitation, whereas forced labour accounted for about 40 per cent of the total number of victims for whom the form of exploitation was reported.

    (from page 33)

    UNODC GLOTIP_2014_full_report

    Now, with all of this information, one would think that the bulk of the final report would cover abuse and sexual exploitation of vulnerable people. However, you would be wrong.

    8. UN On Sale Of Children, Child Porn

    Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Child on the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography

    Article 1
    States Parties shall prohibit the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography as provided for by the present Protocol.

    Article 2
    For the purposes of the present Protocol:
    (a) Sale of children means any act or transaction whereby a child is transferred by any person or group of persons to another for remuneration or any other consideration;
    (b) Child prostitution means the use of a child in sexual activities for remuneration or any other form of consideration;
    (c) Child pornography means any representation, by whatever means, of a child engaged in real or simulated explicit sexual activities or any representation of the sexual parts of a child for primarily sexual purposes.


    All of these things are important issues to address. One would think that they would be the primary focus of the report at the end, and of the recommendations.

    9. Final Report Of Parliamentary Committee

    Porn Report Back To Parliament

    In response to these concerns and reflecting the recommendations heard in oral testimony and presented in written submissions, the Committee therefore recommends that:

    1. The Public Health Agency of Canada update the 2008 Canadian Guidelines for Sexual Health Education to address sexual health in the digital age, gender-based violence, consent, supplementary information for young people to learn about the different spectrum of sexual expressions and identities including lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, intersex, queer, questioning, 2 spirited (LGBTQ2+) communities and provide support for their implementation.

    2. The Public Health Agency of Canada, in collaboration with provincial and territorial governments, health care providers, public health and education experts and other relevant stakeholders, develop a Canadian sexual health promotion strategy that would provide comprehensive information on sexuality and sexual health that would include, but not be limited to, sexual identity, gender equity, gender-based violence, consent and behaviour in the digital age and possible risks of exposure to online violent and degrading sexually explicit materials and encourage its usage in school curriculums.

    3. The Public Health Agency of Canada apply Gender-based Analysis Plus in the development of the proposed Canadian sexual health promotion strategy and in the update of the Canadian Guidelines for Sexual Health Education.

    4. a. The Public Health Agency of Canada compile and make available:
    a list of best practices, information, and currently available tools for parents and families on how to protect children from exposure to online sexually explicit material.
    b. That technology companies, electronics manufacturers, software and browser developers work to create better content filters and tools that respect individual privacy while empowering parents to protect children online.

    What, no mention of the trafficking, or exploitative nature of pornography? No recommendations to fight against people being forced into this “industry”? Way to miss the mark.

    Sure, there is some mention of educating students on the issue of explicit materials, but it almost seems to be an afterthought.

    This isn’t selective editing or quoting. The final report seems to be a very watered down version of what was actually submitted and discussed at the hearings.

    TSCE #9(E): Pushing To Decriminalize Non-Disclosure Of HIV In Sexual Encounters

    Yes, this was actually discussed in several Parliamentary hearings in the Spring of 2019: should we decriminalize the failure to disclose HIV positive status in sexual encounters?

    1. Trafficking, Smuggling, Child Exploitation

    The TSCE series is a broad area, one that covers many overlapping topics. This includes the open borders agenda, organ harvesting, and various NGOs who help facilitate it. A subtopic for this article is using gay rights as a way to make this seem less wrong.

    2. Just Another Scott Wiener Here?

    California State Senator Scott Wiener was the subject of a recent piece. He helped pass legislation that reduced the penalty of KNOWINGLY spreading HIV from a felony to a misdemeanor. He also helped pass SB 145, which made sex offender registration optional for gay pedos.

    This may be even worse, since proponents in the Canadian debate want to decriminalize non-disclosure of HIV status altogether.

    3. Parliamentary Hearings In 2019




    4. Lobbying By HIV Legal Network

    In what should surprise no one, HIV Legal Network has been lobbying the Federal Government a lot over the last several years. Don’t worry, Canadian tax dollars are helping to pay for this.

    HIV Legal Network is also not the only group trying to weaken the criminal penalties. There are several more.

    5. Women’s Legal Education & Action Fund

    One would think that a women’s group with a feminist tilt would be very concerned about removing penalties for crimes that can devastate women. Instead, Karen Segal of LEAF argued that non-disclosure of HIV during sexual encounters should be removed from the sexual assault laws, and possibly decriminalized altogether. Segal was more concerned with protecting the rights of causing this.

    Remember LEAF? They come out with yet another anti-woman stance, this time, on protecting women from HIV infected people.

    6. Recent Court Decision By ONCA

    [1] Over a period of many months, after being diagnosed with HIV and warned about the need to disclose his HIV status to sexual partners, the appellant engaged in repeated acts of vaginal sexual intercourse with three different women. The appellant wore condoms but did not disclose his HIV-positive status and was not on antiretroviral medication. The complainants testified that they would not have consented to having sexual intercourse with the appellant had they been aware of his HIV-positive status.

    [2] The appellant was charged with multiple offences, including three counts of aggravated sexual assault. The trial focused on whether the appellant’s failure to disclose his HIV status to the complainants, prior to sexual intercourse, constituted fraud vitiating their consent to that sexual activity in accordance with the principles laid down in R. v. Mabior, 2012 SCC 47, [2012] 2 S.C.R. 584. Although one of the complainants was diagnosed with HIV after her sexual relationship with the appellant, there was no proof that she contracted the virus from him.

    And this goes to the heart of the matter: the other person would not have consented if the HIV status had been disclosed ahead of time. While these convictions were upheld, all of this can change if the Federal Government does implement changes to the criminal code.

    7. Comm Report Recommends Decriminalization

    Final Report To Parliament

    5.1.1 Immediately Prohibiting the Use of Sexual Assault Provisions
    The Committee agrees with witnesses that the use of sexual assault provisions to deal with HIV non-disclosure is overly punitive, contributes to the stigmatisation and discrimination against people living with HIV, and acts as a significant impediment to the attainment of our public health objectives. The consequences of such a conviction are
    too harsh and the use of sexual assault provisions to deal with consensual sexual activities is simply not appropriate

    5.1.2 Limiting Criminalization to the Most Blameworthy Circumstances
    The Committee believes that a new offence should be created in the Criminal Code to cover HIV non-disclosure cases in specific circumstances. The new offence should not be limited to HIV but cover the non-disclosure of infectious diseases in general. The Committee is of the view that people living with HIV should not be treated differently than people living with any other infectious disease.

    Recommendation 2
    That the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada immediately establish a federal-provincial working group to develop a common prosecutorial directive to be in effect across Canada
    • to end criminal prosecutions of HIV non-disclosure, except in cases where there is actual transmission of the virus;
    • to ensure that the factors to be respected for criminal prosecutions of HIV non-disclosure reflect the most recent medical science regarding HIV and its modes of transmission and only applies when there is actual transmission having regard to the realistic possibility of transmission. At this point of time, HIV non-disclosure should never be prosecuted if (1) the infected individual has an undetectable viral load (less than 200 copies per millilitre of blood); (2) condoms are used; (3) the infected individual’s partner is on PrEP or (4) the type of sexual act (such as oral sex) is one where there is a negligible risk of transmission.

    The report is correct in one regard: that this shouldn’t be limited to HIV. However, it otherwise comes across as pretty indifferent to the real world consequences of withholding such information to a partner.

    While it talks about creating a new offence, it would most likely have very minor penalties.

    8. Lametti Promises To Implement If Re-Elected

    The Liberals hope to address the criminalization of HIV nondisclosure if re-elected in the fall, the federal justice minister said Friday as advocacy groups pushed the government to make changes to the law.

    HIV nondisclosure has led to assault or sexual assault charges because it’s been found to invalidate a partner’s consent — the rationale being that if someone knew a person had HIV, they wouldn’t consent to sexual activity because of the risk of transmission.

    Advocates say the justice system lags behind the science on the issue, with a growing body of evidence saying there is no realistic possibility of transmission of HIV if a person is on antiretroviral therapy and has had a suppressed viral load for six months.

    A parliamentary committee has been examining the issue for months and is expected to release a report with recommendations next week. Justice Minister David Lametti said the Liberals want to address the matter but won’t have time to act before the October election.

    This misses the point. While antiretrovirals may be able to treat the person with HIV, the other person would likely still withdraw their consent anyway.

    It must be noted however, that the CPC members on the committee dissented in their views.

    TSCE #9(D): California State Senator Scott Wiener, And His Weaponized Legislation

    This site doesn’t often cover U.S. politics and legislation, but this one is worth making an exception for. Scott Wiener is a California State Senator in the 11th District.

    1. Trafficking, Smuggling, Child Exploitation

    There is a lot already covered in the TSCE series. Many of the laws politicians pass absolutely ensure this obscenity will continue. This piece will focus on the various legislation advanced by California State Senator, Scott Wiener, who has been very active. Also, for more general background information, take a look at Open Borders movement, and the NGOs who are supporting it.

    2. Important Links

    CLICK HERE, for Scott Wiener’s Wikipedia page.

    CLICK HERE, for SB-132: trans-inmate rights.

    CLICK HERE, for SB-145: sex offender designation.

    CLICK HERE, for SB-201: intersex surgery ban (children)

    CLICK HERE, for SB-233: decriminalizing sex work.

    CLICK HERE, for SB-239: reduce penalties for spreading HIV.

    CLICK HERE, for SB-888: cash/vouchers to prevent drug use.

    CLICK HERE, for SB-932: LGBTQ reporting requirements.

    3. Gaslighting Critics As Intolerant Bigots

    Wiener has lashed out at critics to his various legislation, calling them homophobes and anti-Semites. Wiener is gay and Jewish, according to his background information, but that is not where the bulk of the hate comes from. His Bills “do” give a legitimate cause for concern, and this appears to be a way of deflecting from that.

    4. SB-132: Male Inmates In Female Prisons

    SB 132, as amended, Wiener. Corrections.
    Existing law establishes the state prisons under the jurisdiction of the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Existing law authorizes a person sentenced to imprisonment in the state prison or a county jail
    for a felony to be, during the period of confinement, deprived of those rights, and only those rights, as is reasonably related to legitimate penological interests.

    This bill would, commencing January 1, 2021, would require the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to, during initial intake and classification, and in a private setting, ask each individual entering into the custody of the department to specify the individual’s gender identity and sex assigned at birth, and, if the individual’s gender identity is different from their sex assigned at birth, whether the individual identifies as transgender, nonbinary, or intersex, and their gender pronoun and honorific. The bill would prohibit the department from disciplining a person for refusing to answer or not disclosing complete information in response to these questions. The bill would authorize a person under the jurisdiction of the department to update this information. The bill would prohibit staff and contractors staff, contractors, and volunteers of the department from failing to consistently use the gender pronoun and honorific an individual has specified in verbal and written communications with or regarding that individual that involve the use of a pronoun or honorific.

    SB-132 would allow putting prison inmates in whichever prison they want, according to what they claim to be. Disturbingly, this would presumably cover male rapists and sex offenders being allowed into prisons with women. And yes, it also requires prison staff to use preferred pronouns.

    5. SB-145: Sex Offender Registry, Gay Pedos

    SB 145, Wiener. Sex offenders: registration.
    Existing law, the Sex Offender Registration Act, requires a person convicted of one of certain crimes, as specified, to register with law enforcement as a sex offender while residing in California or while attending school or working in California, as specified. A willful failure to register, as required by the act, is a misdemeanor or felony, depending on the underlying offense. This bill would exempt from mandatory registration under the act a person convicted of certain offenses involving minors if the person is not more than 10 years older than the minor and if that offense is the only one requiring the person to register.

    Scott Wiener claims there is a loophole, which mandates registry as a sex offender for certain acts, ones that straight couples would presumably not engage in. This Bill would remove the requirement for a Judge to designate the person as a sex offender if there is less than a 10 year age gap. In short, lower the age of the victim this would apply to. Instead of an exemption if the person is 18 years old, 15 to 17 year olds would now be included.

    While Wiener may have a valid point, a far better option would be to RAISE the minimum age of the victim overall, not lower it.

    Regular readers on this site will likely remember Part 17, and Part 18 of the series. This included lowering the age of consent for anal, and reducing the penalties for sex crimes against children in Canada.

    Spoiler: it’s not homophobic to oppose letting adults have sex with children. It’s called being a decent person with some morals.

    6. SB-201: Surgeries For Intersexed Children

    SB 201, as amended, Wiener. Medical procedures: treatment or intervention: sex characteristics of a minor.
    Under existing law, the Medical Practice Act, it is unprofessional conduct for a physician and surgeon to fail to comply with prescribed informed consent requirements relating to various medical procedures, including sterilization procedures, the removal of sperm or ova from a patient under specified circumstances, and the treatment of breast cancer. Any violation of the law relating to enforcement of the Medical Practice Act is a misdemeanor, as specified.

    a person born with variations in their physical sex characteristics who is under 6 years of age unless the treatment or intervention is medically necessary. The bill, on or before December 1, 2021, would require the Medical Board of California, in consultation with specified persons and entities, to adopt regulations to determine which treatments and interventions on the sex characteristics of a person born with variations in their physical sex characteristics who is under 6 years of age are medically necessary, as specified. Any violation of these provisions would be subject to disciplinary action by the board, but not criminal prosecution.

    SB-201 would make it much harder, if not impossible, for parents of intersex children to get them surgeries so as to better conform with 1 of the 2 genders. Interestingly, Wiener supports the rights of trans-children to do what they want to their bodies. However, parents apparently can’t be trusted to act in their best interests.

    7. SB-233: Decriminalizing Sex Work (Hooking)

    SB 233, Wiener. Immunity from arrest.
    Existing law criminalizes various aspects of sex work, including soliciting anyone to engage in, or engaging in, lewd or dissolute conduct in a public place, loitering in a public place with the intent to commit prostitution, or maintaining a public nuisance. Existing law, the California Uniform Controlled Substances Act (CUCSA), also criminalizes various offenses relating to the possession, transportation, and sale of specified controlled substances.

    This bill would prohibit the arrest of a person for a misdemeanor violation of the CUCSA or specified sex work crimes, if that person is reporting that they are a victim of, or a witness to, specified crimes. The bill would also state that possession of condoms in any amount does not provide a basis for probable cause for arrest for specified sex work crimes.

    This Bill would decriminalize many minor aspects of sex work, and give immunity to prostitutes for more serious matters if they are reporting crimes to the police.

    8. SB-239: No Longer A Felony To Spread HIV

    (1) Existing law makes it a felony punishable by imprisonment for 3, 5,or 8 years in the state prison to expose another person to the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) by engaging in unprotected sexual activity when the infected person knows at the time of the unprotected sex that he or she is infected with HIV, has not disclosed his or her HIV-positive status, and acts with the specific intent to infect the other person with HIV. Existing law makes it a felony punishable by imprisonment for 2, 4, or 6 years for any person to donate blood, tissue, or, under specified circumstances, semen or breast milk, if the person knows that he or she has acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), or that he or she has tested reactive to HIV. Existing law provides that a person who is afflicted with a contagious, infectious, or communicable disease who willfully exposes himself or herself to another person, or any person who willfully exposes another person afflicted with the disease to someone else, is guilty of a misdemeanor

    This bill would repeal those provisions. The bill would instead make the intentional transmission of an infectious or communicable disease, as defined, a misdemeanor punishable by imprisonment in a county jail for not more than 6 months if certain circumstances apply, including that the defendant knows he or she or a 3rd party is afflicted with the disease, that the defendant acts with the specific intent to transmit or cause an afflicted 3rd party to transmit the disease to another person, that the defendant or the afflicted 3rd party engages in conduct that poses a substantial risk of transmission, as defined, that the defendant or the afflicted 3rd party transmits the disease to the other person, and if the exposure occurs through interaction with the defendant and not a 3rd party, that the person exposed to the disease during voluntary interaction with the defendant did not know that the defendant was afflicted with the disease. The bill would also make it a misdemeanor to attempt to intentionally transmit an infectious and communicable disease, as specified, punishable by imprisonment in a county jail for not more than 90 days. This bill would make willful exposure to an infectious or communicable disease, as defined, a misdemeanor punishable by imprisonment in a county jail for not more than 6 months, and would prohibit a health officer, or a health officer’s designee, from issuing a maximum of 2 instructions to a defendant that would result in a violation of this provision. The bill would impose various requirements upon the court in order to prevent the public disclosure of the identifying characteristics, as defined, of the complaining witness and the defendant. By creating new crimes, the bill would impose a state-mandated local program.

    In the notes provided, it shows that this bill would reduce the penalties from knowingly infecting someone with HIV from a 3, 5, or 8 year sentence (and a felony conviction), to a 6 month maximum (tried as a misdemeanor). It also prevents the publication of that offender. This effectively protects such predators, by ensuring that there aren’t real penalties. Check out the full text of the bill.

    9. SB-888: Cash Or Vouchers For Meth Users

    SB 888, as amended, Wiener. Birth certificates. Substance use disorder services: contingency management services.
    Existing law provides for the Medi-Cal program, which is administered by the State Department of Health Care Services, and under which qualified low-income individuals receive health care services, including substance use disorder services that are delivered through the Drug Medi-Cal Treatment Program and the Drug Medi-Cal organized delivery system. The Medi-Cal program is, in part, governed and funded by federal Medicaid program provisions.

    This bill would, to the extent funds are made available in the annual Budget Act, expand substance use disorder services to include contingency management services, subject to utilization controls. The bill would require the department to issue guidance and training to providers on their use of contingency management services for Medi-Cal beneficiaries who access substance use disorder services under any Medi-Cal delivery system, including the Drug Medi-Cal Treatment Program and the Drug Medi-Cal organized delivery system. The bill would provide that contingency management services are not a rebate, refund, commission preference, patronage dividend, discount, or any other gratuitous consideration. The bill would authorize the department to implement these provisions by various means, including provider bulletin, without taking regulatory action, and would condition the implementation of these provisions to the extent permitted by federal law, the availability of federal financial participation, and the department securing federal approval.

    There was originally provisions to issue new birth certificates indicating whatever gender the person wanted, but that seems to have been removed. As the Bill stands, it would build into the budget, sums of money to help meth users, in the hopes they will get clean.

    10. SB-932: Collecting LGBTQ Data Everywhere

    SB 932, Wiener. Communicable diseases: data collection.
    (1) Existing law requires the State Department of Public Health to establish a list of reportable communicable and
    noncommunicable diseases and conditions and to specify the requirements for a health officer, as defined, to report each listed disease and condition. Existing law requires a health officer to report the listed diseases and conditions and to take other specified measures to prevent the spread of disease. A violation of these requirements imposed on a health officer is a crime. This bill would require any electronic tool used by a health officer, as defined, for the purpose of reporting cases of communicable diseases to the department, as specified, to include the capacity to collect and report data relating to sexual orientation and gender identity, thereby imposing a state-mandated local program. The bill would also require a health care provider, as defined, that knows of or is in attendance on a case or suspected case of specified communicable diseases to report to the health officer for the jurisdiction in which the patient resides the patient’s sexual orientation and gender identity, if known. Because a violation of these requirements by a health care provider or a health officer would be a crime, this bill would impose a state-mandated-local program.

    (2) The California Constitution requires the state to reimburse local agencies and school districts for certain costs mandated by the state. Statutory provisions establish procedures for making that reimbursement. This bill would provide that with regard to certain mandates no reimbursement is required by this act for a specified reason. With regard to any other mandates, this bill would provide that, if the Commission on State Mandates determines that the bill contains costs so mandated by the state, reimbursement for those costs shall be made pursuant to the statutory provisions noted above.

    (3) This bill would declare that it is to take effect immediately
    as an urgency statute

    It’s not entirely clear why there would be this need to ask and record everyone’s gender, and who they sleep with. Perhaps it’s to play the victim, and get extra funding at some point.

    11. California Has Bigger Problems

    There are other Bills that Wiener has been involved with, of course. However, the above sample should demonstrate his priorities as a California State Senator.

    Surely, California has far more important issues to deal with than the topics that Scott Wiener has drafted legislation for. The State is bankrupt, and flooded with illegal aliens, a crashed economy, and the social services are near collapse, but he doesn’t seem to care.

    It’s not hard to see Wiener’s legislation is deliberate efforts to uproot social norms and to create chaos. There seems to be little to no concern for the long term consequences.

    Wiener may not be a pedophile himself, but he certainly seems sympathetic to those who are.

    12. Remember The Trudeau Liberals

    The content of Scott Wiener’s Bills is shockingly similar to some of the efforts of the Trudeau Government. See here, here, and here.

    Never forget, these are some of the crimes which Bill C-75 amended. They are now eligible to be tried summarily (misdemeanor), as opposed to it being mandatory to proceed by indictment (felony).

    • Section 58: Fraudulent use of citizenship
    • Section 159: Age of consent for anal sex
    • Section 172(1): Corrupting children
    • Section 173(1): Indecent acts
    • Section 180(1): Common nuisance
    • Section 182: Indecent interference or indignity to body
    • Section 210: Keeping common bawdy house
    • Section 211: Transporting to bawdy house
    • Section 242: Not getting help for childbirth
    • Section 243: Concealing the death of a child
    • Section 279.02(1): Material benefit – trafficking
    • Section 279.03(1): Withholding/destroying docs — trafficking
    • Section 279(2): Forcible confinement
    • Section 280(1): Abduction of child under age 16
    • Section 281: Abduction of child under age 14
    • Section 291(1): Bigamy
    • Section 293: Polygamy
    • Section 293.1: Forced marriage
    • Section 293.2: Child marriage
    • Section 295: Solemnizing marriage contrary to law
    • Section 435: Arson, for fraudulent purposes
    • Section 467.11(1): Participating in organized crime

    TSCE #11(B): WHO/UNESCO’s Pedophile And Abortion Education Agenda

    The World Health Organization publishes UNESCO’s guidelines on sex-ed for minors. Many parents would consider this inappropriate to be included in the education system.

    1. Trafficking, Smuggling, Child Exploitation

    Check the link for more information on the TSCE series. Also, more information on Canada’s borders is available here, including the connection between open borders, and human trafficking/smuggling. Finally, more information on infanticide is available.

    2. Important Links

    CLICK HERE, for WHO publishing UNESCO’s 2018 sex-ed guide.
    CLICK HERE, for UNESCO’s publication in 2018.
    CLICK HERE, for global citizenship education learning objectives.
    CLICK HERE, for global citizenship education FAQ.
    CLICK HERE, for Ben Levin, convicted pedophile.
    CLICK HERE, for UNESCO and digital sex.
    CLICK HERE, for the programme guidebook.



    3. Manitoba Adopts Global Citizen Education


    Although not directly related to the pedo agenda, the Province of Manitoba has implemented the “Citizenship and Sustainability” agenda into its high school cirriculum.

    4. Pedo Ben Levin Wrote Ontario Cirriculum

    Ontario’s sex-ed cirriculum was written by an actual pedophile, Ben Levin, who has served time for child pornography. Current Premier Doug Ford had promised to remove it, but broke that pledge after getting elected.

    5. Pedo Highlights From The Report


    UNESCO breaks it down into 4 age ranges of children they want to target:
    5 to 8 years old
    9 to 12 years old
    12 to 15 years old
    15 to 18 years old
    The information quoted below only covers the 5-8 year old recommendations. That is, aimed at children as young as 5. The older groups get much more explicit.

    1.2 Friendship, Love and Romantic Relationships (contd.)
    Learning objectives (5-8 years)
    Key idea: There are different kinds of friendships
    Learners will be able to:
    ▶ define a friend (knowledge);
    ▶ value friendships (attitudinal);
    ▶ Recognize that gender, disability or someone’s
    health does not get in the way of becoming friends
    ▶ develop a diversity of friendships (skill).
    Key idea: Friendships are based on trust, sharing,
    respect, empathy and solidarity
    Learners will be able to:
    ▶ describe key components of friendships (e.g. trust,
    sharing, respect, support, empathy and solidarity)
    ▶ propose to build friendships based on key components
    of friendships (attitudinal);
    ▶ demonstrate ways to show trust, respect,
    understanding, and to share with a friend (skill).
    Key idea: Relationships involve different kinds
    of love (e.g. love between friends, love between
    parents, love between romantic partners) and love
    can be expressed in many different ways

    Learners will be able to:
    identify different kinds of love and ways that love can
    be expressed (knowledge)
    ▶ acknowledge that love can be expressed in different
    ways (attitudinal);
    ▶ express love within a friendship (skill).
    Key idea: There are healthy and unhealthy
    Learners will be able to:
    ▶ list characteristics of healthy and unhealthy
    relationships (knowledge);
    define good touch and bad touch (knowledge);
    ▶ perceive that there are healthy and unhealthy
    friendships (attitudinal);
    ▶ develop and maintain healthy friendships (skill).

    3.1 The Social Construction of Gender and Gender Norms
    Learning objectives (5-8 years)
    Key idea: It is important to understand the
    difference between biological sex and gender
    Learners will be able to:
    define gender and biological sex and describe how they
    are different (knowledge);
    ▶ reflect on how they feel about their biological sex and

    3.3 Gender-based Violence
    Learning objectives (5-8 years)
    Key idea: It is important to know what GBV is and
    where to go for help
    Learners will be able to:
    ▶ define GBV and recognize that it can take place in
    different locations (e.g. school, home or in public)
    ▶ understand that our ideas about gender and gender
    stereotypes can affect how we treat other people,
    including discrimination
    and violence (knowledge);
    ▶ acknowledge that all forms of GBV are wrong (attitude);
    ▶ identify and describe how they would approach a
    trusted adult to talk to if they or someone they know
    are experiencing GBV, including violence in or around
    school (skill).

    4.2 Consent, Privacy and Bodily Integrity
    Learning objectives (5-8 years)
    Key idea: Everyone has the right to decide who
    can touch their body, where, and in what way

    Learners will be able to:
    ▶ describe the meaning of ‘body rights’ (knowledge);
    ▶ identify which parts of the body are private
    ▶ recognize that everyone has ‘body rights’ (attitudinal);
    ▶ demonstrate how to respond if someone is touching
    them in a way that makes them feel uncomfortable (e.g.
    say ‘no’, ‘go away’, and talk to a trusted adult) (skill);
    ▶ identify and describe how they would talk to a
    parent/guardian or trusted adult if they are feeling
    uncomfortable about being touched (skill).

    6.1 Sexual and Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology
    Learning objectives (5-8 years)
    Key idea: It is important to know the names and
    functions of one’s body and it is natural to be
    curious about them, including the sexual and
    reproductive organs

    Learners will be able to:
    ▶ identify the critical parts of the internal and external
    genitals and describe their basic function
    recognize that being curious about one’s body, including
    the genitals, is completely normal
    practise asking and responding to questions about
    body parts that they are curious about
    Key idea: Everyone has a unique body that
    deserves respect, including people with disabilities
    Learners will be able to:
    ▶ identify ways that men’s, women’s, boys‘, and girls’
    bodies are the same; the ways they are different; and
    how they can change over time (knowledge);
    ▶ explain that all cultures have different ways of seeing
    people’s bodies
    ▶ acknowledge that everyone’s body deserves respect,
    including people with disabilities (attitudinal);
    ▶ express things that they like about their body (skill)

    6.2 Reproduction
    Learning objectives (5-8 years)
    Key idea: A pregnancy begins when an egg and
    sperm unite and implant in the uterus

    Learners will be able to:
    describe the process of reproduction – specifically that
    a sperm and egg must both join and then implant in the
    uterus for a pregnancy to begin (knowledge).
    Key idea: Pregnancy generally lasts for 40 weeks
    and a woman’s body undergoes many changes
    during the span of a pregnancy
    Learners will be able to:
    describe the changes that a woman’s body undergoes
    during the duration of a pregnancy
    ▶ express how they feel about the changes that a
    woman’s body undergoes during pregnancy (skill).

    6.3 Puberty
    Learning objectives (5-8 years)
    Key idea: Puberty is a time of physical and
    emotional change that happens as children grow
    and mature

    Learners will be able to:
    ▶ define puberty (knowledge);
    ▶ understand that growing up involves physical and
    emotional changes (knowledge);
    ▶ acknowledge that puberty is a normal and healthy part
    of adolescence (attitudinal).

    7.1 Sex, Sexuality and the Sexual Life Cycle
    Learning objectives (5-8 years)
    Key idea: It is natural for humans to enjoy their
    bodies and being close to others throughout their
    Learners will be able to:
    ▶ understand that physical enjoyment and excitement are
    natural human feelings, and this can involve physical
    to other people (knowledge);
    ▶ understand that there are many words to describe
    physical feelings, and some are related to showing
    feelings for and being close to others (knowledge);
    recognize that there are appropriate and inappropriate
    language and behaviours related to how we express our
    feelings for and closeness
    to others (attitudinal).

    7.2 Sexual Behaviour and Sexual Response (contd.)
    Learning objectives (5-8 years)
    Key idea: People can show love for other people
    through touching and intimacy
    Learners will be able to:
    ▶ state that people show love and care for other people in
    different ways, including kissing, hugging, touching, and
    sometimes through sexual behaviours
    Key idea: Children should understand what is and
    what is not appropriate touching
    Learners will be able to:
    ▶ define ‘good touch’ and ‘bad touch’ (knowledge);
    ▶ recognize that there are some ways of touching children
    that are bad (attitudinal);
    ▶ demonstrate what

    8.1 Pregnancy and Pregnancy Prevention (contd.)
    Learning objectives (5-8 years)
    Key idea: Pregnancy is a natural biological process
    and can be planned

    Learners will be able to:
    ▶ recall that pregnancy begins when egg and sperm unite
    and implant in the uterus (knowledge);
    ▶ explain that pregnancy and reproduction are natural
    biological process, and that people can plan when to
    get pregnant
    ▶ explain that all children should be wanted, cared for
    and loved (attitude);
    ▶ recognise that not all couples have children

    8.2 HIV and AIDS Stigma, Treatment, Care and Support (contd.)
    Learning objectives (5-8 years)
    Key idea: People living with HIV have equal rights
    and live productive lives
    Learners will be able to:
    ▶ state that with the right care, treatment and support,
    people living with HIV are able to live fully productive
    lives and to have their own children if they wish to
    recognize that people living with HIV have the right
    to equal love, respect, care and support (and timely
    treatment) as everyone (attitudinal).
    Key idea: There are effective medical treatments
    that can help people living with HIV

    Learners will be able to:
    ▶ state that there are effective medical treatments that,
    with care, respect and support, people living with HIV
    can now take to manage their condition (knowledge).

    Keep in mind, these are the guidelines for children from 5 to 8 years old. The older age brackets get far more explicit and detailed. Many people will find this very inappropriate.

    6. Attempting To Deflect Criticism

    CSE goes against our culture or religion

    ▶ The Guidance stresses the need to engage and build support among the custodians of culture in a given community, in order to adapt the content to the local cultural context. Key stakeholders, including religious leaders, can assist programme developers and providers to engage with the key values central to the relevant religions and cultures, as people’s religious beliefs will inform what they do with the knowledge they possess. The Guidance also highlights the need to reflect on and address negative social norms and harmful practices that are not in line with human rights or that increase vulnerabilty and risk, especially for girls and young women or other marginalized populations

    Sexuality education should promote positive values and responsibility

    ▶ The Guidance supports a rights-based approach that emphasizes values such as respect, acceptance, equality, empathy, responsibility and reciprocity as inextricably linked to universal human rights. It is essential to include a focus on values and responsibility within a comprehensive approach to sexuality education. CSE fosters opportunities for learners to assess and clarify their own values and attitudes regarding a range of topics.

    In short, “acceptance and tolerance” is promoted more than morality, or parental choice are. Some strange priorities to have.

    7. Abortion Agenda In Full View

    From: Committee on the Rights of the Child CRC/C/GC/20, General comment No. 20) on the implementation of the rights of the child during adolescence 2016 (from page 119 in report)

    59. The Committee urges States to adopt comprehensive gender and sexuality-sensitive sexual and reproductive health policies for adolescents, emphasizing that unequal access by adolescents to such information, commodities and services amounts to discrimination. Lack of access to such services contributes to adolescent girls being the group most at risk of dying or suffering serious or lifelong injuries in pregnancy and childbirth. All adolescents should have access to free, confidential, adolescent-responsive and non- discriminatory sexual and reproductive health services, information and education, available both online and in person, including on family planning, contraception, including emergency contraception, prevention, care and treatment of sexually transmitted infections, counselling, pre-conception care, maternal health services and menstrual hygiene.

    60. There should be no barriers to commodities, information and counselling on sexual and reproductive health and rights, such as requirements for third-party consent or authorization. In addition, particular efforts need to be made to overcome barriers of stigma and fear experienced by, for example, adolescent girls, girls with disabilities and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex adolescents, in gaining access to such services. The Committee urges States to decriminalize abortion to ensure that girls have access to safe abortion and post-abortion services, review legislation with a view to guaranteeing the best interests of pregnant adolescents and ensure that their views are always heard and respected in abortion-related decisions.

    61. Age-appropriate, comprehensive and inclusive sexual and reproductive health education, based on scientific evidence and human rights standards and developed with adolescents, should be part of the mandatory school curriculum and reach out-of-school adolescents. Attention should be given to gender equality, sexual diversity, sexual and reproductive health rights, responsible parenthood and sexual behaviour and violence prevention, as well as to preventing early pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. Information should be available in alternative formats to ensure accessibility to all adolescents, especially adolescents with disabilities.

    UNESCO, which the World Health Organization promotes, encourages states to develop policies regarding the pregnancies (and possible abortions), of adolescent girls.

    Interestingly, the WHO defines an adolescent as anyone between 10 and 19 years of age. In short, this is about calling for abortion and pregnancy rights for children.

    It’s worth pointing out that International Planned Parenthood contributed 4 research papers to this 2018 UNESCO report. See “Important Links” above.

    8. UNESCO: Sex In The Digital Space


    Planned Parenthood is a major sponsor of this conference. It takes place in February 2020, just before this “pandemic” was declared. It’s almost as if the whole thing was planned to beef up cyber sex.

    9. WHO/UNESCO Pushing Agenda On Children

    How is this a good thing? By pushing sex-ed onto younger and younger children, these groups are able to make this seem normal. Children of this age should not be exposed to this type of information.