Disclaimer: Beware much of the information found within these pages is not for younger children. Although the highlighted organizations think so.
August 2010 – August 2011 marks the United Nations "International Year of Youth," a year, in theory, that exists to promote the full flourishing of youth and their participation in society. In reality, however, the "International Year of Youth" threatens to be a stage for “empowering youth” by rejecting traditional and responsibile views on life, the family, and sexuality. Advocates of sexual radicalism are pushing for the expansion and enforcement of youth’s “sexual and reproductive rights,” which often means access to abortion and contraception, and the rejection of the natural understanding of gender. Those who hold these ideas will attempt to encode them into official UN conventions and policies.
Please take time to read the Statement of Youth to the UN and the World, which presents a course of action for the true flourishing of youth, that will be presented at the UN General Assembly. Also, take advantage of the various resources provided at the links below, to learn about the various aspects of the push for youth sexualization.
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If you would prefer to simply take a breath of fresh air instead of learning about all the negative realities, visit the International Youth Coalition's website, read the Statement, and join up if you are under 30.