According to a report by the Center for Family and Human Rights, 22 countries have united to stop the Biden administration from imposing pro-LGBT sex education on children.
Traditional countries have united to oppose “comprehensive sexuality education” for children at the annual Commission on Population and Development at the United Nations.
Last month, 22 countries from Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and Eastern Europe opposed a resolution being pushed by the Biden administration, the European Union, and other Western nations to provide sexual education to children, as reported by the Center for Family and Human Rights.
The “comprehensive sexuality education” proposed by the resolution is taught in some African and Asian countries and encourages children to engage in sexual pleasure, masturbation, and transgenderism.
The 22 countries that oppose sexual education for children are Algeria, Belarus, Brunei Darussalam, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gambia, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Nigeria, Syria, Russian Federation, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Yemen, Uganda and Zimbabwe.
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The evening before the conference, the Moldovan chairman, Georghe Leucă, presented a final draft advocating for sexual education for children despite objections from the 22 countries earlier that week. The draft included a new paragraph advocating for providing access to children for abortion, contraception, and other reproductive health services without parental consent.
However, the traditional countries pushed back, with dozens of delegates coming forward to speak out against the proposed resolution and voice “grave concerns and disappointment.” After hours of debate, the Ambassador of Moldova to the United Nations was forced to revoke his resolution.
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