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Why Does YouTube Host This Channel That Teaches Kids About Porn And Abortion?

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Amaze Org is a predatory YouTube channel that says it aims to “take the awkward” out of sex education for kids and boasts about its age-appropriate content for this digital generation of children. It has more than 220,000 subscribers and its free videos have a combined total of more than 60 million views.  

Why is YouTube allowing this organization to push its sexual agenda on kids? YouTube’s content policy clearly states, “Content that targets young minors and families but contains sexual themes, violence, obscene, or other mature themes not suitable for young audiences, is not allowed on YouTube.”

On Amaze Org’s about page, the organization says its mission is “to provide young adolescents around the globe with medically accurate, age-appropriate, affirming, and honest sex education they can access directly online.” They also provide curricula for schools, parents, and “allies.”

Their videos can be accessed on their website, YouTube, Instagram, TikTok, and Snapchat. The topics covered in the videos are gender identity, sexuality, abortion, birth control, puberty, masturbation, pornography, abortion, and more. It’s all explicit and not appropriate for children.

Inappropriate Content

These animated videos, at first glance, look like any innocent cartoon that a child could stumble upon on YouTube or TV. They have bright colors, lighthearted background music, funny characters (like a fluffy, purple monster), animated children, and engaging narrators. But behind the innocent-looking exterior, they are teaching children that it is normal to watch porn because “lots of people” do, “and it’s free!”

The 1- to 3-minute videos pack quite a punch with their messaging. They don’t hold anything back and engage in topics way too advanced and inappropriate for their claimed target audience.

In their video “how many times can a person masturbate in one day?” the narrator gleefully exclaims that there is “no limit” and that some people may want to do it all day, but that’s normal when going through puberty.

Another video refers to women as a “person with a uterus” when discussing surrogacy as one of the ways queer couples can obtain a baby.

Abortion without Parental Consent

One particular video discusses abortion with a purple monster as the friendly guide to all things abortion. The monster says abortion is always okay if that is what the “pregnant person” wants. He also lists some reasons people may choose to get an abortion, such as they don’t want a baby, they have too many kids already, or something is wrong with the baby.

It describes the abortion procedure as “very safe” and the vacuum that pulls the baby to pieces as it is removed from the womb as a “gentle suction.” It explains how in some states minors must obtain parental consent to get an abortion but in others they might be able to bypass their parents by going to a judge.

As if it couldn’t get any worse, the video describes life-saving crisis pregnancy centers as “fake clinics that exist only to try to talk a person out of an abortion.” It warns young people to thoroughly research the center they plan to visit in order to ensure it includes abortion procedures, so they are not tricked into getting aid from a “fake” clinic.

This is just scratching the surface. In total, the organization has more than 200 videos on its YouTube channel, and now includes Amaze Jr. for toddler-aged children.

Censoring Conservatives, Not Inappropriate Content

Instead of enforcing its policy of protecting children from sexual videos, YouTube seems to be spending its time censoring and silencing content from conservatives instead. They cracked down on PragerU’s educational videos in 2016, and in March 2022 they took down videos from the Conservative Political Action Conference that discussed Big Tech censorship. Sen. Rand Paul’s video questioning the science of masks was removed in 2021, and he wasn’t able to upload another video for seven days.

In this twisted and perverted world we live in, it is more vital than ever to remain vigilant and know what your children are watching and engaging in. These kinds of videos may look innocent, but they are quickly spreading their poison to this generation of young minds.