Two dozen nations band together to reject Biden, EU ‘sexuality education’ proposal at UN conference

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Over two dozen nations from Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Eastern Europe rejected a resolution promoting “sexuality education” proposed by the Biden Administration, the European Union, and other Western nations at a United Nations annual population conference last month.

At the UN Commission on Population and Development event in New York, the Biden Administration, the EU, and other Western nations looked set to force the adoption of a resolution that included the controversial term “comprehensive sexuality education,” but faced unexpected opposition from numerous traditional countries, reports the Center for Family and Human Rights (C-Fam).

The US and EU had reportedly both sent emails to Commission Chair Gheorghe Leucă, of Moldova, saying that they would not accept a resolution that did not include reference to sexuality education.

But then during the conference, more than a dozen nations expressed opposition to the inclusion of sexuality education and eventually, the chair had to withdraw the proposed resolution.

C-Fam reported a delegate from Pakistan accusing Western countries of sacrificing education policy for the purpose of pushing their sexual agenda.

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