PARENTS across Britain have reacted with outrage after it was revealed kids as young as SIX were being taught about masturbation and Trans issues.
The sex education programme dubbed the ‘Peado Programme’ by opponents is being rolled out across hundreds of schools across the country.
It teaches kids as young as SIX about masturbation, self-stimulation in relationships and teaches reception class kids about Trans issues and gender identity.
The Reception lesson plan tells teachers: “You may well have a child whom, even at this early age, doesn’t feel like they fit the binary stereotypes of their birth gender. This is an ideal opportunity to talk to the class about the issue and ensure that their classmates are supportive and understand.”
“Some people may feel that actually they like to dress in clothes or behave in a way we would usually associate with the opposite gender.”
“Some children may even feel that their body doesn’t really fit how they feel, even though they were born with the body parts of a boy, that actually inside they feel like they are a girl, or vice versa.”
“This can be really confusing for some children and for the grownups that support them so it is important that we accept them for who they say they are.”
Some parents in Warwickshire have already been forced to remove kids from school after seeing the content of some lesson plans.
The programme that has an official name of ‘All About Me’ even includes literature that says Masturbation is “really very normal,” even though “some people may get cross or say that it is dirty.”
One critic Matthew Seymour told the Mail on Sunday: “This sexualisation of our children is just totally inappropriate.”
“They are calling it self-touching and they won’t use the term masturbation, but when you read it that’s exactly what they’re talking about.”
Tory MP David Davies also slammed the programme.
He said: “These classes go way beyond the guidance the Government is producing and are effectively sexualising very young children.”
The manual states children touching their privates is “really very normal,” even though “some people may get cross or say that it is dirty.”
The man behind the ‘All About Me’ programme is sex education consultant Jonny Hunt.
He was asked by the Mail on Sunday why self-stimulation was in being made compulsory.
He said: “Actually we refer to self-stimulation or self-soothing throughout the programme in earlier years as well.”
” This is not sex education but actually information around safe and appropriate touching.”
“However uncomfortable adults may find it, children of all ages will self-stimulate from time to time. They may do this when anxious or simply because it feels nice.”