Grow up without sexualization

Why is it so hard to reach others? We help eachother to understand

Is it nessassary? Is it safe?

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Here you will find exercises for the Reaching others material. Feel free to practice together with others. It is in the dynamic with others that we can be challenged and quickly improve. It is also possible to practice by yourself. With minor adjustments, you can do most of the exercises on your own.
Few men see anything positive about sexualizing toddlers. But as soon as a man stands up for what is right, he is attacked by so-called "feminists". We need both strong men and strong women. Only together can we protect ourselves from destructive trends and reverse them.
VIDEO: Tomas Kaya, famous from TV's Idol and Talang, is the latest in a line to criticise RFSU and their book Snippor och Snoppar (Vulvas and Willies) His conclusion is that "this book goes completely against our mission and our role in the preschool world."
VIDEO: In a Dutch video for primary schools, 4–10-year-old children are forced to answer adults' questions about sex and masturbation. When it spread on Twitter, there was an uproar in the national media, the video was withdrawn and the Minister of Education tried to defend its suitability in parliament.
The WHO's extreme standard of sexuality education is criticised by the UK government. In Wales, MPs called on the WHO to immediately withdraw the advice and the Welsh Government to distance themselves from the frankly disturbing guidelines.
In part four, we explore what makes conversations compelling and thought-provoking. When information is presented in a story, it reaches us deeply. Metaphors can provide instinctive understanding. With questions, we can gently guide others' attention to a place where we can reach a common truth.

We create the future we want, for ourselves and our children

Contact others conserned at the children’s school

A commitment for our and our children’s health and future

We are

We are your neighbor, your colleague, your friend, or maybe a passerby in the street. Quite simply a fellow human being living in our country. Together we work to secure our health and the future of our children. Together we make a difference, locally, regionally and nationally

We want to

We want to be the best role models we can for our children and grandchildren. We want to fight for them with heart and soul so they can be the unique people they are. We are constantly faced with new choices. If we with confidence in our ability and knowledge take responsibility for what we feel is right, our example will encourage our children to make the right choices.

Our children

As any parent, we want the best for our children. We are their security. We protect them from danger. We stand by them as they explore life. We support them in growing as free people, who without fear have the confidence to question authority responsibly.