Naked in front of children and parents. This is how the “artists” of a theater group with an explicit name The Family Sex Show present themselves. As the British Guardian reports, the show is all about sex and is aimed at children aged five and up. Accompanied by workshops and discussions, The Family Sex Show showcases gender ideology and masturbation. Through a series of sketches, the group aims to make it easier to approach these topics at any age.
In the publicity video, one of the organizers explains how the show offers an “honest, humane, feminist, queer, non-binary, inclusive and positive sex education.” The organizers add that it is a “fun and frivolous” show. The theater company will be performing in England in the next few days: at the end of the month it will be in Bath, at the beginning of May in Bristol and at the end of May in Norwich. “We’re making the show we wish we could have seen when we were younger,” adds the organizer.
Inevitably, the show has raised more than a few concerns among parents. “I cannot imagine bringing a five-year-old child to a theater where people will tell her/him about sex and show their naked bodies to her/him. Am I the crazy one?” one of them writes on the social media site Mumsnet, as reported by the Daily Mail. Other users called for police intervention to prevent the show from taking place. The FAQ on the theater company’s website explains, “At some point in the performance on stage, everyone strips down to where they feel comfortable. For some people that means taking off all their clothes and being completely naked.”
No-gender Florida and Hungary
The news of this show comes at a time when in the USA the subject of sexual “education” for young children is in the spotlight. In Florida, Governor Ron DeSantis signed a bill banning gender indoctrination in preschools and elementary schools. In Europe, on Sunday 3 April, in addition to the general elections, Hungarian citizens voted in favor of the much-discussed referendum on the protection of children from sexual propaganda, although the quorum was not reached. In short, at every latitude, despite all the lobbying, the battle against gender ideology goes on.