National Public Radio (NPR) appears to have gone full groomer, preaching “queer” sex education for children during a segment that promoted masturbation, redefined what sex is, and called the condemnation of STDs as “dirty” a “terrible lie.”
The presentation is part of the “Life Kit” series which the media euphemistically and ironically refers to as “service journalism.” The NPR piece is called, “The importance of inclusion in sex education.” It was aired on Independence Day for maximum exposure.
NPR set the false narrative of the story by attempting to connect it somehow to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ Parental Rights in Education law, which the media outlet predictably misnomered as the “Don’t Say Gay” legislation. The leftist media icon falsely charged that the legislation restricts the rights of LGBTQ youth.
“More than a dozen states have proposed similar bills,” the host on NPR declared. “This could affect what students are taught in sex education. For NPR’s Life Kit, Lilly Quiroz explains the basics of queer sex education.”
Gov Funded NPR Wants to ‘Queer’ Youth: Redefine Sex! Sexually Transmitted Diseases Not ’Dirty’! Date yourself: ’Explore every inch of your body’. Why the OBSESSION with our CHILDREN! The Left is SICK!dia/2022/07/06/npr-wants-queer-youth-date-yourself-redefine-sex-stis-not-dirty/
— @QueenB_wiov Deborah R Culver (@queenb_wiov) July 7, 2022
Some mistakenly thought the piece was for adults but it definitely appears to be for children and young people. Regardless, many wonder what has happened to NPR. In actuality, the media outlet has been pushing this agenda for years.
@MorningEdition Who is this bizarre queer-oriented sex-ed piece that recommends that I have a date with myself *for*? Who is the target audience? You're commanding your audience, presumably of adults, to explore every inch of their bodies? STDs aren't dirty? What happened to NPR?
— Toby (@TheWithheldName) July 4, 2022
Lilly Quiroz, a reporter for NPR, proceeded to interview a “sexuality educator” named Milena Gioconda Davis. She founded and performs at an establishment called “Vulgar” in Mexico City.
“Before we dive in, you should know that the takeaways we’re going to cover here can apply to anyone, no matter what your identity is. So what is sex? Well, it’s sort of whatever you want it to be. Let’s first debunk the obviously false notion that sex can only be heterosexual or involve intercourse,” Quiroz began before introducing her guest.
“One of the awesome opportunities about being a queer person is that we may not be as entrenched in some of the gender narratives and roles that can be kind of prescriptive around sexuality,” Davis asserted. “So I think it can be a really amazing opportunity for us to explore our sexuality outside of those norms and patterns.”
Complete and utter ClusterFuckerie
— Timothy Duane Hubbs (@TimothyDuaneHub) July 7, 2022
“And Milena Gaze encourages you to create your own definition of sex,” Quiroz urged children and young people while using Davis’ stage name.
“For me, it would be, like, pleasure-oriented experiences or interactions that involve some sort of arousal. You know, that doesn’t mean that it has to end in orgasm,” Davis admonished, broaching sexual subject matter that most would consider highly inappropriate for children.
That comment segued into the concept of dating oneself and masturbation.
“All right, y’all,” Quiroz continued. “Our second takeaway is get to know your body and discover what pleasure feels like to you. So why do we even have sex? Well, for one reason, many of us enjoy the pleasure it gives us, right? And one of the best parts about it is that we can access a lot of that pleasure on our own. So set the mood, just like you might for someone you’re interested in, and have a date night to yourself. Explore every inch of your body.”
The report went on to contend that sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) or sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are surrounded by an unfair “stigma” and stated that it’s a “terrible lie” that they are “dirty” in nature.
“I think the biggest thing is that STIs make you dirty, which is just a terrible lie,” Davis insisted. “And also, I think the other one is, like, if you get an STI, your sex life is over. Like, no – most STIs are curable or treatable, and it doesn’t have to be, like, this mark of shame.”
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