I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…
Trans Non-Binary Teacher Says It’s Appropriate to Teach Children at 3-Years-Old About Sex:
(Jim Hoft) A young trans non-binary teacher went online to denounce the Florida bill that bans teaching you kids about sex and sexual acts from kindergarten to 3rd grade.
This non-binary teacher with green hair disagrees. He/She says 3-year-olds are ready to discuss such topics. This is scary.
My Commentary: “They’re very much ready for these topics, and are way more accepting than adults when it comes to discussing these topics.”
A very telling statement from this predator, for those with ears to hear. Perps like this know full well that their intended young targets are very vulnerable and impressionable, and exploit this knowledge to create a false safe space for the youth in their charge, where they can feel like mature “little adults.” It’s a vital step in the process of grooming a child for abuse. Absolutely grotesque!
What is “Grooming” of Sexual Abuse Victims?
“The U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Sex Offender Sentencing, Monitoring, Apprehending, Registering, and Tracking (SMART) defines grooming as:
“… a method used by offenders that involves building trust with a child and the adults around a child in an effort to gain access to and time alone with her/him. In extreme cases, offenders may use threats and physical force to sexually assault or abuse a child. More common, though, are subtle approaches designed to build relationships with families.
“The offender may assume a caring role, befriend the child or even exploit their position of trust and authority to groom the child and/or the child’s family. These individuals intentionally build relationships with the adults around a child or seek out a child who is less supervised by adults in her/his life. This increases the likelihood that the offender’s time with the child is welcomed and encouraged.”
According to the American Bar Association’s Child Law Practice pages, the purpose of victim grooming by an abuser is to:
manipulate the perceptions of other adults around the child
manipulate the child into becoming a co-operating participant which reduces the likelihood of a disclosure and increases the likelihood that the child will repeatedly return to the offender.
reduce the likelihood of the child being believed if they do disclose.
reduce the likelihood of the abuse being detected.
Most recognized authorities hold that grooming of both child and adult sexual abuse victims hold that grooming occurs in 6 “stages:”
Stage 1: Targeting or selecting a victim.
Stage 2: Gaining the victim’s trust.
Stage 3: Filling a social or psychological need of the victim.
Stage 4: Isolating the victim.
Stage 5: Sexual contact.
Stage 6: Maintaining the abuser’s control over the victim
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