Bill Gates Allegedly Wants To Teach 11-Year-Old Kids About Illicit Issues

( – Bill Gates is funding an organization that promotes prostitution to children. The International Planned Parenthood Foundation (IPPF) is an umbrella organization comprised of 120 different groups in more than 100 countries. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has donated $80 million to the organization.

A document produced by the IPPF in 2017 argues that children should be introduced to “commercial sex work” at the age of 10. “As you grow up, you might start to be interested in people with diverse gender identities,” the document tells children. It also promotes sexual relations “regardless of age.”

The guidelines mirror radical and dangerous ideas currently promoted in American schools. The transgender ideology, for example, is taught in growing numbers of US schools as kids are encouraged to believe they can “choose” their gender from a wide variety of options. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis made global headlines when he signed legislation banning such instruction in schools throughout the Sunshine State.

The IPPF also maintains that children are “sexual beings.” The implications of this could mean a green light to pedophilia, and it is not solely an American phenomenon.

In Europe, organizations, including law enforcement, are reframing pedophiles as “minor-attracted persons (MAPs).” A report by the British Daily Mail in 2020 alleged that pedophiles are using social media to rebrand themselves as an oppressed minority and have even created their own flag.

Police in Scotland provoked an outcry earlier this year when they issued a report labeling pedophiles as “MAPs.” The document detailed an EU-funded project to end sexual abuse of children. It stated, “The project’s main agenda is to develop understanding and approach to avoid the victimization of children by engaging Minor-Attracted People (MAPs) and providing them with the necessary support, treatment, and guidance to help prevent criminal activities.”

Police Scotland later apologized for using the term and said it was merely following the guidance set out by the European Union. “Our view was that the term was entirely unacceptable,” the statement read.

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