DISTURBING: graphic sex-ed and fetish pamphlet by CHLA

Is this grooming? A Children's Hospital is publishing graphic pornography for children.

Parent’s are outraged after seeing their kids bring home a shocking graphic sex-ed “Play Book” for ‘trans children’ that depicts extreme fetish pornography.

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“Queer Health Educators” from the Children’s Hospital of Los Angels put together this explicit sex-ed pamphlet “The Play Book” for the youth that is being sent out to schools. The pamphlet features disturbing sexually explicit imagery including “DYI sex-toys” and “face f—ing” among other disturbing things.

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Independent guerrilla-style journalist and cameraman Tomas Morales exposed a graphic sex-ed pamphlet called “The Play Book” that is being published by the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles. According to Morales, “The Play Book” was written by “Queer Health Educators” of the “Center of Transyouth Health and Development”.

The Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles has an age limit of 21 but supposedly only offer full compressive “leading-edge care” to children age 12 and up. However, according to the Center of Transyouth Health and Development at CHLA, this material will be provided to anyone who identifies as transgender regardless of age.

The Center of Transyouth Health and Development at the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles aided in the transition of a 3-year-old boy in 2017. The child’s mother took them to the hospital because they were not the, quote, “stereotype of what I thought having a son would be like.” 

Gracie (7) poses for a picture in her room in Pleasant Hill, Calif., surrounded by princess and Minnie Mouse imagery. (Lauren Hanussak/KQED)
Gracie (7) poses for a picture in her room in Pleasant Hill, Calif., surrounded by princess and Minnie Mouse imagery. (Lauren Hanussak/KQED)

Molly, the child’s mother, alleges that, when “Gracie” was 3-years-old they said, “I’m a girl. I’m a sister. I’m a daughter. I’m that girl on that show. I’m that girl in that book.” The child was put on puberty blockers and the mother changed their name to “Gracie.” According to an article, “Gracie”, who is now 8-years-old, “fully and socially transitioned to a girl at the age of 4.”

“The Play Book” would not have been provided to the child even if it was available back in 2017 because it is written for “queer people who identify along the masculine spectrum,” in other words girls who want to transition into boys. However, now the authors of the pamphlet want to send it out to schools to help educate children on trans sexuality.

The Play Book DIY toys
Pamphlet teaches children to make their own toys.

“The purpose of The Play Book is to provide a sexual health resource for young queer people who identify along the masculine spectrum […] Our hope is that the The Play Book will inspire people to have sex that is pleasurable and affirming,” the authors state in the preface.

“This resource guide was written with guidance from members of the queer community, the lived experiences of queer people, and members of The Youth Community Advisory Board at The Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles.”

The pamphlet does a whole lot more than just attempt to teach children about the basics of sexual health and awareness, it goes into great detail to encourage and teach them how to perform some extreme fetish activities such as “ass-eating”, “face f—-ing”, “fisting”, “DIU sex toys”, and something called the “Patrick Swayze”.

Graphic depictions of fetishes described with vulgar language.

The pamphlet describes the “Patrick Swayze” as: “Lifting the person onto your face so you can perform oral sex.” It warns the person that “this position requires some strength and a lot of coordination.” However, due to the absolute obscurity of the name and style of the position, people assume that this was created by the author and was intended to between and adult and a child.

Unheard of dangerous activities and positions made up by the authors.

The descriptions adds: “Here are a few things to consider: How much teeth to I use when going down? Do you like mouth f—ing washed or unwashed bodies?” It also gives the person some suggestion for ‘edging’, adding: “Use your tongue to fuck the a–hole. Lick around the hole. Play with c—oris with your finger or toy while eating their a–hole.”

The sex-ed pamphlet/book was written by Leonardo Almanza and Adrian Gonzalez who are both staff members at the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles.

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