Thursday, November 14, 2013

PEI guide for parents: ‘healthy’ for kids to masturbate, touch genitals of ‘familiar adults’

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See arcticle below my comment:

Who writes, pays, pushes those guides...
     Pedophiles and other deranged ADULTS ....oh! or is this the new norm ...
      Where have I been.

Beware the Predators are OUT!... to get our Children........

IF WE are Sleeping while this is happening ... we will never wake UP.... 

We slept through the abortion issue 1969....We slept throught the Marriage issue 2000....we are now sleeping throught the Euthanasias issue and the Quebec Values issue ...2013.

What will it take to WAKE  us up....NOW!

Now are children's innocence is being violently (raped)...and we are dozing ... asleep at the switch.....and the pedophiles want the Rright to claim our children.....2013

and the Charter of Rights 1982 (JUDGES) will let them have it.....

and we ......WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO   sleep? 
ya sleep is good ....

We all have stories of our first sexual awakening....some came naturaly and were good ...some came from peers...others from parents ...others from friends and friends of our parents ...some from trusted people sitters , police officers .. pastors, teachers and some from predators.....I better stop here ...and let you..say your say.

Oh ! and check out the guide:

Article from

PEI guide for parents: ‘healthy’ for kids to masturbate, touch genitals of ‘familiar adults’
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND, November 12, 2013 ( – A new guide from the government of P.E.I. is telling parents that it is “natural and healthy” for young children to “touch the ‘private parts’ of familiar adults” and to look at “nude pictures on the Internet, videos, magazines”. Parents are also being told that they should not discourage their children from masturbating.

“This is not only inappropriate, but destructive,” said Gwen Landolt, National Vice-President of REAL Women of Canada, to

The 7-page guide, titled “Children’s Sexual Behaviours: A Parent’s Guide”, put out by the Provincial Child Sexual Abuse Advisory Committee, provides a standard for what experts consider normal sexual behaviour in children from preschool to grade four.
"Natural and Healthy" behavours for children up to age five include:
- "Touches the 'private parts' of familiar adults and children with hand or body."
- "Puts something in own genitals or rectum one time for curiosity or exploration."
- “Plays ‘doctor’ inspecting others’ bodies, including ‘private parts .’”

"Natural and Healthy" behavours for children up to grade four include:

- "Plays 'doctor'. The child inspects another child’s body, including 'private parts'.”

- "Shows others his/her genitals in a private location."
- "Plays games with same-aged children related to sex and sexuality."

 - Pretends to be opposite gender.

 - "Wants to compare genitals with peer-aged friends."

 - "Looks at nude pictures on the Internet, videos, magazines, etc."

Following similar directives put out by abortion giant Planned Parenthood, the guidelines tell parents that although they may “feel uncomfortable” to discover their child “engaging in sexual behaviour,” it is “important not to overreact, shame, embarrass, or discipline the child.”

The experts state that a child should not be discouraged from masturbating and “should not be told that it is 'bad,' 'dirty,' or 'nasty’”.

“It is important to keep in mind that there are no absolutes,” the guidelines state. “Normal, healthy behaviour covers a wide range and may not be expressed the same, or to the same extent, in every child.”
“I don’t know what ‘children’ they are referring to, but no normal children do these things at those age groups,” said Landolt who is a lawyer, mother of five children, and grandmother of nine.

Landolt called the guidelines “permissive” and said that parents operating by them will only encourage their children to become “sexually involved at a prepubescent age.”
“It sets them on a dangerous journey when they are not ready for it,” she said.

The guidelines cite studies by the late William N. Friedrich, a Canadian child-abuse researcher, and Toni Cavanagh Johnson, Ph.D., regarded as an expert in the field of children’s sexual development.

The pamphlet's advice bears echoes of the views of the 1940-50s researcher Alfred Kinsey, a controversial and highly influential figure considered by many as the “father of the sexual revolution,” who claimed that his research found that infants were sexual. While Kinsey is still widely cited and used in many circles, researcher Judith Reisman famously exposed his abhorrent research methods, which included sexually molesting babies as young as five months old to collect data on children’s “orgasms.”

Pointing to the guideline about adults allowing children to “touch” their “private parts”, Landolt called it a “diabolic attempt” to make children “vulnerable to sexual activity” and “acquiesce to sexual acts of adults.”

Landolt said that P.E.I parents should be outraged that their tax dollars were used to fund a guide that promotes a “misleading destructive journey” for children.
The guide will be stocked at family resource and healthcare centres across the province.

Contact info:
Premier Hon. Robert W.J. Ghiz
Fifth Floor South
Shaw Building
95 Rochford Street
P.O. Box 2000,
Charlottetown, PE C1A 7N8

Phone: (902) 368-4400


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