I've been writing an elaborate post, when my f****g browser froze and I lost it all. So, I'm just gonna put a long story short, since I don't have the patience to reproduce all I wrote. This September, my country is implementing the WHO Standards for Sexual Education, which, among others, command masturbation as well as knowledge on "sex in the media (including Internet)" (page 42) be known to 6-9 year olds, along with a set of other, progressive bullshit to be taught to your kid (determining your gender, learning on different family patters and things of that sort). I'm not going to get into an endless debate whether gay families should be presented as being acceptable or not - I don't care, since I'm not gay. What I care about however is asking you whether you think it's acceptable for the government to impose their progressive and oh-so-modern mindset on people who have established their own upbringing plans for their offspring. Those of you here who come from the land of the free and the home of the brave (USA) perhaps are not yet aware that throughout Europe state education is compulsory, and in most cases even private schools have to educate children according to the state-approved curriculum. So, as a fapstronaut and thus natural admirer of self-restraint, you are going to have your kid exposed to all the wonders of the modern world, including masturbation, pornography and prostitution. But HEY - these are OBVIOUSLY going to be presented in a strictly "objective" manner so that the kid can make (and "discuss among themselves") THEIR OWN JUDGMENTS AND CHOICES regarding axiological matters of moral sort - I'd perhaps laugh at this if I didn't find it too tragic. I personally am embittered to the core by the way the Old Continent is turning more and more fascist... or socialist - no big difference in fact, these are both totalitarian ideas. Needless to say that if you decide to keep your kid home, police will soon knock to your door and take it by force, as it has already done in more than few cases. You can apply for home tutoring indeed, but eventually your child will have to pass state-approved exams, so either way you can't help "progress" pouring into his brain.