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Planned Parenthood’s new sex-ed: ‘Your genitals don’t make you a boy or a girl’

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NEW YORK CITY, July 27, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) -- Planned Parenthood is now teaching parents “how to know if your kid is transgender.”

The nation’s largest and most lucrative abortion conglomerate issued online “guidelines” some two months ago for parents to talk about sex and gender with their three to four-year-old preschoolers.

On a page titled, How do I talk with my preschooler about identity? Planned Parenthood tells parents to teach their children that genitals and gender are interchangeable.

“Your genitals don’t make you a boy or a girl,” Planned Parenthood instructs. “Some people with the gender identities ‘boy’ or ‘man’ have vulvas, and some with the gender identity ‘girl’ or ‘woman’ have penises/testicles.”

Being open to “transitioning” and encouraging masturbation are just two of the “tips.”

Father John Peck of Good Guys Wear Black and the Preacher’s Institute told LifeSiteNews that no sane parent should ever take tips on how to raise their kids from an organization that aborts pre-born children for profit. 

“What loving parent would ever take advice, tips, and instruction from a group which chops up babies and sells their parts for profit without shame or apology? No Christian would,” he said. 

“We should keep our children safe from perverts who see our children as nothing more than future profit pieces,” he added. 

The guidelines cover various topics that Planned Parenthood sees as related to the formation of children. 

Planned Parenthood tells parents if they want to be “a source of support” for their children, they must be “open” and “without judgment” regarding sexual issues. Otherwise, Planned Parenthood warns, your children will not “see you as a safe source of information.”

“The way you talk about sexuality sends messages that last a lifetime,” the guidelines state. “Your words, tone of voice, facial expressions...can impact how they feel about themselves.”

The guidelines give specifics about how parents should talk to their three-year-old about sexual intercourse, pregnancy by penetration, masturbation, transgenderism, and the like.

First of all, the parents must not “transfer shame or anxiety” onto their children for any kind of sexual activity they choose to engage in. No mention is made of a healthy shame being a source of dignity, modesty, and internal virtue. 

The guidelines highlight masturbation as something “positive.”

“Address sex and masturbation in a way that’s positive (or neutral), matter-of-fact,” the guidelines state. “You can say something like, ‘I know that (masturbation) feels good, and it’s OK to do that in your room or the bathroom. It’s not ok to touch your penis in front of other people.  It’s something that’s private.’”

The guidelines drill home the lesson that sex can be considered as separate from procreation.  

“It’s common for parents to frame sex only as ‘something married grownups do when they want to have a baby.’ Of course that is one big reason people have sex, but it’s okay and even good for kids to understand that grownups have sex for other reasons too, like for pleasure and to express love and feel closer to a partner.”

The guidelines also encourage parents to talk to their children about “different kinds of families,” a reference to homosexual couples. 

This week, Congress is debating repealing ObamaCare and defunding Planned Parenthood.  The mega-business is organizing demonstrations for Friday and Saturday in an effort to keep its half a billion annual dole. 

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