“Parents should buy their children sex toys” According to Metro News

When “Metro News” put out an article on the 30th December 2017 titled “Why you should buy your kids sex toys” there was little to no public outcry from parents across the Nation.  This startling article was written by Ellen Scott a young university of Manchester graduate who in her own words on her facebook bio states that she is a “Lifestyle editor at metro.co.uk, writing about sex, vaginas, food, mental health, cool people, and all the other fun stuff.”

We at Turn TV News only wonder if her shockingly disturbing prescription to parents that their children and teens should be bought a vibrator comes under the category of “other fun stuff”.  In case you think this is a joke or are too disturbed by the title to click the article, take a look at some exerts from it.

“Don’t Panic”

“Don’t panic. I’m not talking about getting your son a Fisher Price version of a sex doll or presenting your daughter with an eight inch strap-on on her eighth birthday. I’m talking about a starting point, a way to introduce your offspring the concept of self-pleasure.”

Oh that’s a relief, we sure are glad that she is not asking us to buy our eleven year olds and teens a fisher price sex doll or an eight inch strap on- well at least not as a “starting point!!!” but what exactly is a good starting point to introduce our children to sex according to Metro?

“a masturbation sleeve or a little vibrating bullet when your child starts expressing an interest in sex – something that isn’t scary or intimidating, but is capable of giving them a great sexual experience on their own, without anyone else’s involvement.”

“Why parents should buy their children sex toys”

Metro News feels it is important to point out our parental responsibility and to do so from the perspective of a journalist who quite possibly is not a parent.  Okay, maybe we should give her the benefit of the doubt and let her explain from her inexperience our responsibility and why thousands of commuters should take her unsolicited advice.

“It’s a parent’s responsibility to bring up masturbation and give young people the tools they may need to do it safely, because if they don’t, they’re failing to equip their children for a positive relationship with sex.”

According to Metro, on the hierarchy of your parental concern ranging from homework to ‘I don’t know’ protecting them from the trappings of adolescent early sexual exposure, is helping them have the best masturbation of their lives! Metro is basically saying that if your teen has the worst orgasm of their lives then that is down to your irresponsibility as a parent.

“But as a parent, it’s your responsibility to make sure your children’s entirely normal exploration of their sexuality is safe, healthy, enjoyable, and in their own hands. You can do that by buying your children their own sex toys.”

“What’s the best age to buy my child a sex toy?”

Okay Metro so what age are we talking, 16, 17 maybe?

“Buy your child a beginner’s sex toy for the purposes of masturbation. When? Probably earlier than you think – anecdotally, I’ve heard of a lot of people masturbating for the first time at age 11 – but you should be able to chat to your children and suss out if sexual pleasure is even on their mental radar.”

You may think the writer of this disgraceful article has been fired by Metro and that Metro has distanced itself from her but no! Both writer and article still remain intact! In a world full of moral selective outrage it would seem that this article slipped through the net by and large unnoticed.  Parents everywhere should be alarmed when National papers give credence to and print vile pieces of garbage like this article that borders on child abuse and pedophilia! Child abusers all over the world are celebrating articles like this that encourages parents to pre-groom their own children on behalf of the predator.

Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2017/12/30/buy-kids-sex-toys-7192214/?ito=social?ito=cbshare

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