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Huffington Post Urges Parents To Teach Children How To Masturbate

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The Huffington Post is urging parents and caregivers to talk to small children about how “touching your penis/vulva/anus feels good” before the onset of puberty in order to “empower young people to grow into sexually healthy adults.”

In an article titled, “How To Talk To Your Kids About Masturbation In A Healthy Way,” sex education teacher Kim Cavill notes that “infantile masturbation” is very common between the ages of 1 – 5.

She then instructs caregivers to normalize masturbation.

“Communicating acceptance is simple and sounds like this: ‘I see you’re touching your penis/vulva/anus. That feels good, doesn’t it? Touching those body parts feels really different than touching other parts, like elbows or knees. I’m glad you’re getting to know your body, because bodies are really cool,” Cavill told HuffPo. “It’s crucial for parents and caregivers to normalize masturbation by talking about it in a shame-free way, particularly if their child has already started exploring self-touch.”

Caregivers should begin desensitizing young children from feeling ashamed about masturbation by enticing them to talk about how everyday life is pleasurable, sex educator Lydia M. Bowers argued.

“As with all conversations about sexuality, it should be something that’s addressed early and in gradual stages, not one big talk,” she said. “We should also be talking about pleasure in nonsexual ways – ‘I like how the wind feels on my face,’ ‘The color purple makes me feel happy’ – so children develop both language and knowledge that feeling good isn’t something to be ashamed of.”

Cavill advised parents to introduce their young children, “who may rub against objects like pillows, furniture or toys” to a private space in which they may masturbate.

“Teaching privacy sounds like this: I’m so glad you’re enjoying your body by touching your penis/vulva/anus. That’s usually something people do in private or in a space other people can’t see,’” she explained. “Then offer to take the child to the nearest private space and say, ‘Here’s a private space for you to touch your penis/vulva/anus. You can be private in here anytime you want.”

She also recommends parents create signs to direct disabled children to a “private space” for them to masturbate.

“For families who use augmentative and alternative communication because of disabilities or other factors, Cavill noted that picture symbols labeling public and private areas of the house can express these concepts as well,” writes HuffPo’s Caroline Bologna.

Bowser warns parents to take their child to seek support from a professional if frequent masturbation is interfering with the child’s day to day life and recommends caregivers encourage kids to touch themselves after they’ve completed their chores.

“Acknowledge that bodies feel good but that things like homework, chores and even hanging out with friends shouldn’t be neglected,” she said. “Can masturbation happen during a daily shower? Before bed?”

The sex educators urge parents to learn more about how to address sexuality with their children from the organization Amaze, “which produces educational videos like “Masturbation: Totally Normal:”

The Huffington Post is not the first left-leaning media outlet advocating to sexualize children.

Last week, the progressive Huck Magazine highlighted the lifestyle of a 10-year old “baby drag queen. The publication featured the boy, Nemis Quinn Melancon-Golden, also known as Queen Lactacis,  in full drag makeup and a black dress, posing for a photo with Season 7 winner of “Ru Paul’s Drag Race,” Violet Chachki. Violet is nude in the photo, wearing only a pair of heels and a small piece of fabric over his genitals.

Salon has noriously published articles claiming pedophiles aren’t monsters. Salon writer Todd Nickerson posted a video justifying  his sexual fantasy for a 5-year-old girl, in which he said his sexual desires for children are so insatiable that he once had to excuse himself to go masturbate while he babysat once.

Also, the leftist policy that permits any man – regardless if he’s dressed as a woman or had sexual reassignment surgery – to use a women’s bathroom has lead to many sexual assaults on children.


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