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Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation-funded group trying to bury video of twisted interviews with little kids about sex and masturbation: ‘Do you play with your ****?’

Dutch organization funded According to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, one of the videos that showed four-year-olds being asked extremely inappropriate questions about sex and masturbation is facing scrutiny.

While the Rutgers Foundation is trying desperately to thoroughly investigate the video, the Dutch right-wing populist political party Forum Vol Democratie has taken to exposing what the group is really up to. Attention is drawn to the content. report Redux.

Rutgers claims to be in the business of educating and supporting young people about sexual issues, similar to the U.S. family planning system, but with the help of other activist groups, he has been working on gender ideology and gender ideology in schools. He also advocates understanding of abortion.

group state “We want young people to be free to enjoy sexuality and romantic relationships while respecting the rights of others in an inclusive society,” the group said on its website. He admitted that he insisted on “pretty language and norm setting.”

Rutgers kicked off Initiatives targeting children March 20th “What is my favorite thing? ’ as part of a nationwide “Spring Jitters Week” campaign to expand sex education in elementary schools.

“Learning about your body, learning about what you love and a positive self-image. This is the focus of this year’s Spring Jitter Week, an annual project week about relationships, sexuality and resilience in special and primary education.” ,” Rutgers wrote. It’s on the project page. “I want to teach children to think about what they like and to express their wishes.”

“When children in primary school learn about their bodies, relationships and sexuality through positive messages, they are better informed about what they like and dislike.” Elsbeth Leitzemaa so-called sex education expert at Rutgers University.

Atlantic staff writer Olga Kazan mentioned in an article about working with Leitzema and Mr. Rutgers. last year’s article Contrary to the claims of conservatives, parent groups and Republicans, she seeks to support her argument that talking to children about graphic sex does not “make them ready for pedophile abuse.”

Together with Kazan’s exemplary sex educator, Rutgers will return to Dutch primary schools this spring to give children an understanding of sexuality and sexual activity from an early age, and to “enhance them better about their own aspirations and limitations.” I can tell you.” And learn to treat each other with more respect. ”

According to Rutgers, “When elementary school-age children talk about sexuality, the conversation almost always revolves around sex, fingering and masturbating, first things, masturbation and kissing.”

of Page for teachers The effort includes a variety of videos for kids to watch, including “Give Your Child Permission” and “First Time Cumming.”

A particular video that caught the interest of Dutch anti-groomers groups was titled “Wat vind ik fijn” or “What do I like?”

Reduxx reports that the video shows four-year-olds being questioned about their sexual orientation.

In one scene, a six-year-old boy named Roek appears with his gay guardians, one of whom asks, “Do you like someone petting you?”

The boy shook his head, “No,” but the adult man asked, “So what do you do about being tickled?”

When the boy answered in the affirmative, the man said, “Oh, you have to do that every night and before you go to bed.”

In another scene, a woman talks to a 9-year-old girl about the “wonderful sensations” that ejaculation and orgasm give. The adult then explained to the girl the various parts of her vagina, emphasizing that rubbing a “little button” gave her a “very good feeling”.

“It’s okay to rub it with your fingers,” the woman emphasized.

In another scene, a 4-year-old boy is challenged about his masturbation habits.

His supposed mother asked him, “What about you? Have you ever played with a penis? Have you ever touched Willie?” …how do you feel? So when are you going to do that? ”

Despite the boy’s confusion, his mother added another question. “Are you doing that while you’re eating?…why not during class?”

Another boy in the video is instructed to refer to sex as “fucking and sucking.”

The video was reportedly removed just 24 hours after being posted on Twitter. Rutgers claimed the video was taken “out of context” and was removed.

“Unfortunately, there is a significant amount of fake news and misinformation circulating at the moment.” tweeted Rutgers. “We also shot offline videos of parents talking to their kids. Topics covered in the videos are learning about their bodies, talking about what they love, and setting boundaries.”

The group reported that “the video was filmed out of context by some people online and was found to be used to spread misinformation,” causing the protection of the children involved. mentioned as.

Right-wing populism division FVD opposed both Mr Rutgers’ initiative and the video in late March, saying it was “disgusting” to “sexualize and indoctrinate” children.

FVD confirmed that Rutgers’ deleted video exposed the group’s allegations of child sexual objectification. reposted the video He posted it on his YouTube channel with the title “Video deleted. Shocking sexual objectification of a toddler.”

According to the Dutch publication Algemeen Dagblad:an FVD spokesperson suggested in a narration at the end of the video that it was “clear that Rutgers feels caught” and that they are “doing everything they can to cover”. [its] Dirty footprints,” he added, adding that it was a matter of public interest to clarify what kind of exposure elementary school students were exposed to.

Rutgers reportedly tried to get the video removed from YouTube, saying, “They didn’t give the forum permission to publish the images.”

Reduxx reports that the sex group is now threatening to sue FVD if the video is not taken down. At the time of publication, the video was still on YouTube.

TheBlaze recently detailed Tucker Carlson’s claims in a recent Twitter video about apparent social efforts to normalize child sexualization.

“One by one, faster and faster, our old taboos have been broken down. The remaining taboos have lost moral power. , smoking marijuana in the streets, shamelessly public hypocrisy, and taking other people’s money, Carlson said, “all of this isn’t working” and was previously considered “unacceptable in the United States.” “not anymore.”

Carlson stressed that child sexual abuse is currently “on the edge of what is acceptable”.

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