The Stop CSE Alliance is a public group open to all. Initiated by Family Watch to increase awareness and strengthen individual and community efforts to stop CSE, the Alliance has organizations and individuals working in more than 70 countries around the world to stop the exploitation of children through comprehensive sex education (CSE) programs. MORE
The Alliance website, StopCSE.org, contains resources, tools, and information to aid in efforts to protect children from early sexualization through CSE programs.
The main resource on the site, Family Watch’s widely acclaimed documentary “The War on Children: The Comprehensive Sexuality Education Agenda,” has been used in countries around the world to mobilize efforts to protect children from CSE.
One of the most influential projects Family Watch has ever launched is our widely acclaimed documentary “The War on Children: The Comprehensive Sexuality Education Agenda.” Free to view online, and available in both a 10- and 35-minute version, “The War on Children” has opened the eyes of tens of thousands of people across the United States and in countries around the world to the disturbing dangers of comprehensive sexuality sexualization education (CSE). MORE
“The War on Children,” documentary documents how UN agencies, western governments and Planned Parenthood and their allies are seeking to change the sexual and gender norms of society through CSE. It exposes how specific CSE programs are being used by international entities and national governments, often in partnership with the 65,000 Planned Parenthood service centers, to sexualize children.
The War on Children has been subtitled in multiple languages, including Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hungarian, Latvian, Polish, Romanian, and Spanish.
This site hosts the recently released report, “Re-examining the Evidence, School-Based Comprehensive Sex Education in the United States.” Commissioned by Family Watch, this landmark report details the evidence from independent researchers showing that federally funded U.S. school-based CSE programs have failed to demonstrate effectiveness in reducing teen pregnancy or STDs and, in some cases, have even increased teen sexual risk behaviors. MORE
These new findings contradict the purported “evidence-based” claims of CSE proponents, including those made by the U.S. federal Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program, UNESCO, and other UN agencies.
The recently released report showing ineffectiveness for CSE in U.S. schools is Phase I of this research. Phase II will analyze the international studies on comprehensive sex education, cited by UN agencies, that falsely claim CSE programs are effective and abstinence education is ineffective.
As a co-founder of this coalition, Family Watch, along with other coalition leaders, is mobilizing experts in law, academia, the mental and medical health fields, as well as politicians, government leaders, civic and religious leaders, parents and more to rally to protect the health and innocence of children.
This is a worldwide movement working to stop the comprehensive sex education (CSE) agenda that is indoctrinating and sexualizing children at early ages, through widespread school- and community-based programs.