The association “Professionals for Ethics” in Spain has criticized the Socialist government for distributing “sexual orientation” material through the controversial, government-required course, Education for the Citizenry.
The organization then listed numerous complaints about the course, which has been accused of promoting an irresponsible view of sex.
In Andalucia, Spain, officials have published an explicit manual on “sexuality and health” aimed at teens which includes disturbing “classroom activities.”
Officials in Aragon have created a youth magazine geared toward young people aged 12-15 to steer them away from “traditional masculinity, patriarchal, sexists, racist and homophobic” behavior.
In Asturias, educators have published a sexual guide for teens to train them in sexuality “based on the equality of different sexual orientations.”
In Cantabria, sexuality workshops for boys and girls aged 13-15 were implemented to help them “know their bodies and practice responsible sexuality.”
In Baleares, the local government is organizing an event called “Exposex,” an explicit expo that promotes “sexual and emotional health free of stereotypes.”
In the Basque Country, a “Guide for Girls” published by the Basque Institute for Women encourages 12-year-old girls to “fall in love with another person either of the same or opposite sex.” It also teaches the girls “how to express their sexuality with a boy without the risk of becoming pregnant.”
“Using the excuse that this is for the affective-emotional education of children, promoters are introducing the desire to learn about sex at an early age,” said Fabian Fernandez de Alarcon, general secretary of Professionals for Ethics.
“This is a social re-engineering program of catastrophic consequences that is intended to be imposed without the approval, or in most cases, the knowledge of parents,” he said.