RSE Exposed

UN and WHO Sex Education Exposed

Relationships and Sexuality Education (RSE) is one of the greatest assaults on the health and innocence of children. This is because unlike traditional sex education, RSE is highly explicit and promotes promiscuity and high-risk sexual behaviours to children as healthy and normal. RSE programs have an almost obsessive focus on teaching children how to obtain sexual pleasure in various ways. Yet, ironically, relationships and sexuality education programs fail to teach children about all of the emotional, psychological and physical health risks of promiscuous sexual activity.

The ultimate goal of RSE is to change the sexual and gender norms of society, which is why RSE could be more accurately called “abortion, promiscuity, and LGBTQIA+ rights education.” RSE is a “rights-based” approach to sex education and promotes sexual rights to children at the expense of their innocence and sexual health.

There are 2 important, internationally-recognised documents to be aware of.

UNESCO: International technical guidance on sexuality education

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), in partnership with the World Health Organisation (WHO), issued a document "International Technical Guidance on Sexual Education" in 2018. It is the official guideline for primary and secondary schools around the world. This page will highlight key aspects of the guidance for parents and concerned citizens.


One of the stated goals of this document is described on page 16.

"It aims to equip children and young people with knowledge, skills, attitudes and values that will empower them to: realize their health, well-being and dignity; develop respectful social and sexual relationships..."

On page 17, the United Nations explains that this guide is intended to help children build relationships with romantic or sexual partners.

On page 71, educators are instructed to teach little kids from the age of 5 about kissing, hugging, touching and sexual behaviours.  9-year-old children are to be taught about masturbation, sexual attraction and sexual stimulation.

World Health Organization:
Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe

The agenda to ensure that children are taught explicitly about sex and sexual partners is being further developed by the World Health Organization. Published in 2010, it is only recently that this document has been highlighted in the UK and criticised by many in May 2023.

The document that we highlight in our leaflet, "Standards for Sexuality Education", published by the WHO in 2010, was cited in a 2017 report commissioned by Welsh government ministers entitled “Informing the Future of the Sex and Relationships Curriculum in Wales”.

WHO spokesman told The Telegraph the organisation it stands by its guidance and it remains accessible.

The spokesman added: “Our guidelines reflect established psychological facts about children’s understanding of their bodies and psychosocial development based on decades of research.”

The document asserts that children embark on sexual education from birth.


Their document, "Standards for Sexuality Education in Europe", contains the following instructions for nursery and primary schools:

✔︎ For Children between 0 and 4 years (page 40-41)

✔︎ For Children between 4 and 6 years (page 42-43)

✔︎ For Children between 6 and 9 years (page 44-45)

✔︎ For Children between 9 and 12 years (page 46-47)

Please take the time and consider whether most of this guidance for curriculum is age appropriate or reflective of your moral values. The document continues to become more explicit in teaching for 12-15 years old and for 15 and older, promoting gender fluidity, abortion as a service, normalisation of explicit online websites, and creating activists to protest for the killing of the unborn as "empowering sexual rights".

A European school program, that works closely with the World Health Organization and United Nations, produced a video that was used in the Netherlands to show children how to masturbate.

It is a real-world example of the execution of these guidelines. The video shows how children are encouraged by teachers to begin masturbating. The publisher of this video, the Rutgers Foundation, operates in 27 nations, is a close partner of the WHO and UN, and is funded by Bill Gates and Planned Parenthood. They have since deleted the video and threatened uploaders with legal action. The video is below.