The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children dates back well over a century. It was granted a Royal Charter, by Queen Victoria, in 1895. The NSPCC is the only UK charity which has been granted statutory powers under the Children Act 1989, allowing it to apply for care and supervision orders for children at risk. Childline, the charity founded by Esther Rantzen, became part of the NSPCC in 2006.
Coming out as Asexual!
The NSPCC/ChildLine content manages to have two young women who come out as Asexuals. Their content seems to have no space for Lesbians/Gay males unless a) they don’t mention the word Lesbian b) they identify as Queer and acknowledge the fluidity of sexual attraction. Yet this niche identity (asexual) is given two out of the 24 videos on LGBTQ+ content.
Here is a transcript which covers both videos: Asexuality on Childline Yasmin and Amelia
You can watch them here: Yasmin and Amelia here.
Yasmin talks us through the trauma of multiple exits from the closet and the need to educate the bemused recipients of the asexual announcements. People have a lot of controversial opinions about Yasmin’s experience and seem a tad confused. I am not sure what Yasmin has, or has not, done to generate this confusion. Apparently ChildLine seem to think this is a pressing issue to cover so they have helpfully signposted more content on asexuality to clear up any confusion.
Amelia tells us that she also got confused after all the
interrogation, oops reasonable questions, that came her way. This is the logical conclusion of the Queer take-over of, once venerable, Gay Rights organisations. Pretty much everyone fits under the Queer umbrella these days. These new identities are an insult to the very real fight to get legal protections for Sexual orientation.
Another recurrent feature of the ChildLine content is the reckless promotion of YouTube content. Narcissists are ten a penny on YouTube. They make their money by attracting viewers, likes and sensational/ pseudo edgy content. For many of them this is their bread and butter and the content is carefully curated to stay relevant. Not once, in all the LGBTQ+ content, on the ChildLine YouTube, do they offer any words of caution about the content providers they profile. It is reckless to use Social Media Influencers in this way. Their raison d’etre is not Child Safeguarding, it’s maintaining audience, influence and revenue. This is not compatible with what SHOULD be the aims of ChildLine/NSPCC.
Yasmin’s contribution is, however, nothing compared to the self-absorbed contribution from Amelia. Adolescents, or immature adults, setting themselves up as self-appointed experts, are simply not equipped to give good advice to children /teens. Amelia is also asexual. Below is a long excerpt to give you an idea of the word salad being dished out to gullible children. What a load of (Judith) Butler Bollox. 👇👇
Obfuscation masquerading as Education!
“So, asexuality like a lot of things to do with gender and sexuality, is something of a spectrum. Asexual is an identity on it’s own, but it’s also an umbrella term or, erm, like a spectrum term for a wider group who have similar experiences. There’s demisexuality and grey-asexuality or greysexuality, and these are both identities that fall under the asexual umbrella. Demisexuality is somebody who doesn’t experience sexual attraction until there’s a strong emotional bond formed. And this isn’t the same thing as like waiting till marriage or something. It’s about not feeling sexual attraction until you are entirely comfortable with someone.”
I predict a great career in Academia for Amelia. Watch out Sally Hines! The next generation is snapping at your heels.
Here is Amelia on Grey-sexuality. I am almost too bored to attempt to define grey-sexuality/grey-asexuality. Seems some people, who fall under the “ACE” umbrella, experience little or no sexuality. Even when they do experience it they may not be able to summon the energy/ inclination to act up on it. This might describe every mum with a new baby / toddler but we just called it “knackered” .
In another revealing quote Amelia seems unable/unwilling to give an honest reflection on what underpins SEXual attraction. In the world of multiple “Gender Identities” , it is an unpardonable offence to acknowledge biological sex. Here is Amelia on sexual attraction 👇Can’t say I have ever fallen in love with a voice but I am sure there is a sexual identity, to cover this, on its way. We could nominate Louis Armstrong for this one.
Lest you confuse asexuality, with people not having sex, Amelia is careful to explain that some asexual people do have relationships and sexual relationships, presumably in an asexual way. Fair play to anyone who can sustain a libido faced with this level of self-absorption!
Do not let our legislators accept this absolutely incoherent ideology as a basis for law.
Fuck The Wokerati; The Surrendered Polyamorous; The Don’t Fuck Me Pumps wearing; The Educate Yourself crowd have destroyed any joy in sexuality. Of any orientation or none.
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