Sex education today is not about biology, it’s about advocacy. Meet the people who created modern Sex Ed.
Mary Calderone, a former medical director at Planned Parenthood, founded the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS) in 1964 with seed money provided by Hugh Hefner, founder of Playboy.
Like her hero sexual sadist and porn addict, Alfred Kinsey,
SIECUS advocates set out to undo all sexual boundaries. One SEICUS president Wardell Pomeroy, author of the book, Boys & Sex, For Grades Six And Up argued, “It is time to admit that incest need not be a perversion or a symptom of mental illness.” And John Money, a prominent psychologist, introduced the concept that maleness and femaleness are feelings, separate from anatomy and chromosomes. Like Kinsey, Money had deep emotional wounds, and molested young boys. He was convinced people are born without gender then “socially conditioned” to identify either as male or female. He described pedophilia as “a love affair between an age-discrepant couple.”
All modern sexuality education is based on the teachings of these disturbed people who used fraudulent data and discredited theories. And they have, indeed, succeeded in transforming much of society.