German Government Publication Promotes Incestuous Pedophilia as Healthy Sex Ed

German Government Publication Promotes Incestuous Pedophilia as Healthy Sex Ed

Booklets from a subsidiary of the German government’s Ministry for Family Affairs encourage parents to sexually massage their children as young as 1 to 3 years of age. Two 40-page booklets entitled “Love, Body and Playing Doctor” by the German Federal Health Education Center (Bundeszentrale für gesundheitliche Aufklärung – BZgA) are aimed at parents – the first addressing children from 1-3 and the other children from 4-6 years of age.

“Fathers do not devote enough attention to the clitoris and vagina of their daughters. Their caresses too seldom pertain to these regions, while this is the only way the girls can develop a sense of pride in their sex,” reads the booklet regarding 1-3 year olds. The authors rationalize, “The child touches all parts of their father’s body, sometimes arousing him. The father should do the same.”

The pamphlet advises parents to permit young children “unlimited masturbation” except where physical injury becomes apparent. It advises: “Children should learn that there is no such thing as shameful parts of the body. The body is a home, which you should be proud of.” For ages 4-6, the booklet recommends teaching children the movements of copulation.

Another product of the BZgA is a song book aimed at children of four and slightly older which includes several songs espousing masturbation. The song-book entitled “Nose, belly and bum” includes one song with the following lyrics: “When I touch my body, I discover what I have. I have a vagina, because I am a girl. Vagina is not only for peeing. When I touch it, I feel a pleasant tingle.”

Wow. Just, wow. To think, I have a friend whose tax dollars are supporting this. I can only imagine what she would think about this. (Hint: not happy.)

Ignatius of Loyola

Ingnatius of Loyola
Today is the feast of Saint Ignatius of Loyola. Not originally terribly religious, he became a fervent Catholic after reading books on the life of Jesus and the lives of the saints while ill. He began to realize that he was only happy when reflecting on the lives of the saints and how to emulate that in his own life, so he resolved to live like them.

More on Ignatius, the founder of the Jesuits:

Catholic Forum
Catholic.org
EWTN

A good prayer of Ignatius’:

Receive, O Lord, all my freedom; take my whole memory, intellect, and will. Whatever I have or possess, Thou hast given to me; I return it all to Thee and hand it over to Thy will for guidance; give me love of Thee alone, together with Thy grace, and I am rich enough, and nothing further do I seek. Amen.

Hat Tip on Prayer: Dappled Things