The controversial children's book, Where do I Really Come From?, teaches children about lesbian mothers getting pregnant using sperm donors is being given to children as young as two.
The book's publisher "Learn to Include" markets the book as suitable for two-year-olds.
One chapter reads.
"Sometimes, a woman really wants to have a baby but she doesn't want to have intercourse with a man."
"Some women want to bring up a baby by themselves, or with another woman, so the baby gets two mums."
This type of book is an obvious attempt to indoctrinate children into the false belief that same sex sexual relationships are acceptable. Same sex attraction is a disorder and people who suffer from it need help in living a chaste lifestyle. Those who do enter into same sex sexual relationships are abusing their sexual abilities. Books like this one are an attempt to make these relationships acceptable in our society.
The book also asserts that "what a woman wants" is more important than a child having both a mother and father. It deliberately rejects a child's right to have a mother and father in favour of selfish adult desires.
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