The Spanish Minister of Equality Irene Montero recently spoke before a legislative commission and said that children “have the right to know that they can love and have sexual relations with ANYONE that they want” and that no adult may touch a child’s body, but only “if they don’t want them to.”
“Regardless of who their families are,” she adds.
She also extended these rights to include “trans-children.”
We knew this was coming, and it is not only happening in Spain.
The Gateway Pundit recently reported on new video footage of a little girl — who appears to be about 4-5 years old — wearing a “rainbow” dress at a drag show and rubbing her hand repeatedly up and down the genitals of a man dressed like the “Little Mermaid.” At the same time, the grown man stands still and allows the little girl to pet him.
This occurred in Chattanooga, Tennessee, while Disney tunes played in the background.
BEYOND SICK! Drag Queen Dances While Little Girl Repeatedly Rubs Her Hand Up and Down the Crotch of “Little Mermaid” Costume While Another Drag Queen Spreads Legs Wide Open On Stage For Toddlers [VIDEO]
Ten years ago, they called this pedophilia, but you’re not allowed to say that anymore.
Of course, the far-left lying Associate Press fact-checked this claim about the Spanish leader as “false,” saying the comments were “mischaracterized.” Still, they admitted to the accuracy of the dubbed video, which can be seen below.
CLAIM: Spain’s minister of equality said during a parliamentary hearing that children should have the right to consent to sex with adults.
AP’S ASSESSMENT: False. Irene Montero, Spain’s minister of equality, did not suggest this when she spoke before a legislative commission last week. The left-wing politician was discussing provisions in a proposed abortion law that deal with sex education programs, including material about consent. A short video clip of her remarks was taken out of context.
“Spain’s Minister of Equality Irene Montero: ‘Childrenx’ have the right to consent to sexual relations with adults,” wrote one Instagram user who shared the clip of her remarks on Wednesday. The post received more than 4,000 likes.
But Montero said nothing of the sort. The translation included with many of the video clips circulating online shows the minister was speaking about sex education. She had been arguing that the sexual and reproductive rights that the legislation is seeking to enshrine into law are fundamental to a democracy.
“But to talk about sex education, for example, which is a right of boys and girls, regardless of who their families are,” Montero said in Spanish. “Every boy, every girl, every trans child in this country has the right to know their own body, to know that no adult can touch their body if they don’t want them to, and that if they do then that is a form of violence.”
“They have the right to know that they can love and have sexual relations with ANYONE that they want, based on mutual consent,” she continued. “These are recognized rights.”
Montero’s comments make clear that she said unwanted sexual contact between children and adults amounts to violence. She did not say that sexual contact between those groups should be allowed, or would be considered a right.
Somehow, despite Montero saying that “Every boy, every girl, every trans child in this country has the right to know their own body, to know that no adult can touch their body” but only “if they don’t want them to,” and that children can have “sexual relations with ANYONE that they want,” the AP is trying to say this was “taken out of context.”
The AP claims, “She did not say that sexual contact between those groups should be allowed, or would be considered a right.” However, Montero said, “They have the right to know that they can love and have sexual relations with ANYONE that they want, based on mutual consent.”
Montero did not say that boys and girls have the right to love or have sex with other minors. She said they have the right to have sex with “anyone.”
Regardless, children should not be having sex with each other. In some places, sex between two minors can still qualify as statutory rape if they are below the age of consent. Sexual education should advise children to wait and make responsible, informed decisions.
What kind of person wants children to have sex with each other?
Montero also did not say that adults cannot touch children’s bodies. She said that “no adult can touch their body if they don’t want them to.”
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