American Psychiatric Association now trying to ‘normalize’ group sex

The American Psychological Association has a task force whose goal is to normalize ‘consensual non-monogamy,’ or group sex.

It’s Task Force on Consensual Non-Monogamy says it “promotes awareness and inclusivity about consensual non-monogamy and diverse expressions of intimate relationships. These include but are not limited to: people who practice polyamory, open relationships, swinging, relationship anarchy and other types of ethical, non-monogamous relationships.”

The association is advocating that “swingers” — who openly exchange sexual partners outside of marriage — become a legally protected class with special rights and privileges. It’s created an online petition encouraging people to make “consensual non-monogamy” a “legally protected class” to “avoid discrimination in employment, housing, etc.”

The task force notes that it needs a communications coordinator to “engage with the online CNM (Consensual Non-Monogamy) groups.”

It describes its initiative: “Finding love and/or sexual intimacy is a central part of most people’s life experience. However, the ability to engage in desired intimacy without social and medical stigmatization is not a liberty for all.’”

Liberty Counsel, a nonprofit committed to protecting religious freedom, argues:

“The APA, which has over 110,000 members, continues to allow a small group of sex anarchists to define its positions on sexuality, instead of being a source for objective scientific information on sexuality or gender.”

The APA has been known for taking extreme positions on health issues and lifestyle choices, including creating “guidelines for practice with men and boys,” as columnist Dennis Prager pointed notes.

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