Many of you are probably just as shocked reading this article as I was while writing it. Yes, it is true — children at least as young as four years old at an Alert Bay, B.C. elementary school were reportedly sent home with an assignment instructing them to list discrete places in their household and draw areas where they could privately masturbate.
The masturbation worksheet was taken from a guide called “Body Smart: Right From the Start” written by “sex health” author Kerri Isham. You can see a flip-through review of the guide's content here.
As seen on Libs of TikTok, the public first became aware of the disturbing “homework assignment” after a concerned parent took to Facebook to write about their child receiving the assignment without their knowledge.
The post was later removed and the parent made another Facebook post stressing their belief that the school “had no idea that this teacher was doing this program” and that at the beginning of the year the parent had agreed to just the discussion of “good touch” and “bad touch.”
The Canadian Centre for Child Protection includes “encouraging a child to masturbate or watch others masturbate” as an example of non-contact sexual abuse.
While determining whether or not the teacher who distributed this homework assignment to the young children was committing such an offence would have to be decided by the appropriate authorities, it does raise the question of what safeguards against child grooming and sexual abuse are being practiced in schools.
Rebel News reached out for comment to the Namgis First Nation, which governs T'lisa̱lagi'lakw School where the masturbation assignment was reportedly distributed to the children. We have yet to hear back.
We also recently spoke with B.C. school trustee Barry Neufeld, who continues to sound the alarm on potential harms to children from gender ideology being taught in schools.
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