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WATCH: Sex-ed series tells pre-teen children, ‘You can show yourself love’ by masturbating

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A vulgar sex-education web series targeting pre-teen children has encouraged their young viewers to masturbate as a form of self-love.

The Toronto-based program, Sex-Ed School, which was picked up by production company Shaftesbury earlier this year, is aimed at providing a “safe space” for nine to 12-year-olds to talk about sex, transgenderism, hormone injections, genitals, and homosexuality.

In an episode titled “Love is Love” co-hosts Nadine Thornhill and Eva Bloom asked a group of young children to discuss masturbation, saying:

“It’s something really pleasant and loving that you can do for yourself and if it’s something that you enjoy, that’s definitely a way of showing yourself love.”

The normalisation of pedophilia does not begin at its most extreme. Nobody would accept it without being desensitised to it first. It’s subtly introduced, a bit here, a bit there, until we’re effectively numb to it.

The demand to make it normal to talk to teenagers about graphic sexual content in schools was soon after followed by the normalisation of graphic teen sex portrayals in film and television.

With a new push to introduce pre-teens to graphic sexual content, should we not question where this is headed? Once it becomes normal to talk to other people’s young children about sex, how long will it be before pedophilia is portrayed in movies and tv shows? Whether it’s portrayed negatively or positively, it all works to desensitise society.

Joni Eareckson Tada once rightly said, “Though gradually, though no one remembers exactly how it happened, the unthinkable becomes tolerable, and then acceptable, and then legal, and then applaudable.”

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