Warning: this article covers some highly disturbing content that is sexual in nature. Yes, even more disturbing than the Holocaust, because the things that I’m about to tell you about are real and actually happened.
Sol Gordon. You’ve probably never heard of him. If you have, it could be because you’ve seen someone making fun of his sex education video from the 80’s called How Can I Tell If I’m Really In Love. YouTube personalities making fun of this video will usually point out its corniness, or how Ted Danson was in the movie to fulfill community service obligations he earned due to a large number of unpaid traffic fines. They will never breach the topic of Sol’s race, which is Jewish, because they didn’t realize it, or if they did, they would never mention it and risk losing their precious channel.
Along with the Ted Danson, Sol’s sex education film also stars real life brother and sister, Jason and Justine Bateman. Which I guess doesn’t automatically have to be weird, but, well… you’ll see.
I watched the entire 50 minutes of Sol’s film so you don’t have to. It is bizarre and off-putting; however, there is nothing as shocking as what you’re going to witness as you keep reading. The message of the film was mostly that teenage boys are hornballs that only want one thing from teenage girls, you don’t have to have sex to prove you love someone, don’t get pregnant, etc.. Seems reasonable for the most part.
Another weird thing that Sol Gordon did was write a fictional obituary for himself which the New York Times published:
In this fake obituary, Sol paints himself as both a visionary and a victim. Sol fantasizes about a victory by the “Superfascist” party and thwarting the efforts of two female extremists trying to murder him with a pipe bomb. Sadly, his prediction that “the U.S. would build an electric fence spanning the entire Mexican-American border by 1990” was completely wrong. There is too much nonsense, bigotry against White people, and narcissism to cover here, and I do not want to stray too far from my intended point of bringing up this fictional obituary. That point is that Sol is very much against big families and for abortion. He makes it seem like a teenage girl getting pregnant is the worst tragedy in the world. Sure, raising a child as a teenager isn’t convenient or ideal, but having a non-mixed race baby isn’t the worst thing in the world, not by far.
However, this paragraph he wrote points to his pro choice stance being situational:
Just before his death, Gordon was awarded the first Nobel Peace Prize of the 21st century: eighteen million dollars. But he didn’t have time to spend it. He somehow knew he wouldn’t live long, so he directed that the money be divided between his two favorite charities. Nine million went for the development of a foolproof male contraceptive, and nine million was given to support the Hebrew University in Israel, a land he loved, fortunately spared because the Arab countries were too busy fighting each other.
Sol loved Israel, which is not surprising for a Jew, but it is interesting. This is because up until a bill was passed in 1977, abortion was illegal in Israel. The 1977 law made abortions legal, but only if approved by a termination committee. Despite the 1977 law, the abortion rate in Israel has steadily declined since 1988. (source)
So it would seem that Sol is really only interested in abortion and population control for certain types of people.
Sol’s film wasn’t the only time he tried to target teenagers. In 1981 he published The Teenage Survival Book. It was here where Sol really opened up to his youthful target audience.
Nestled in the pages of this book are a group of comics under the heading “Ten Heavy Facts About Sex.” In the 1970s, this was a standalone comic book that was banned for general sale at the Syracuse annual State Fair. According to a 1974 article about this from the New York Times, “On the subject of pornography, the book declares, ‘Pornography is harmless. After a while it gets boring. If porno is your bag, you don’t have much of an imagination of your own.'” Yeah, porn is harmless. No one has ever been sex trafficked because of porn. No relationship has ever been adversely affected. No one has ever gotten addicted. No pornographic actress or actor has ever had their life brought to shambles because of their work. Sure thing, Sol. The comic book was so reprehensible that the Appellate Division of the state Supreme Court ruled that the ban was justified. Despite this, Sol deemed it appropriate to include it in his teenage survival guide.
It gets worse.
Admittingly I haven’t read the whole book, nor do I intend to. What I read under the heading of “Sexual Arousal” was enough to disgust me into wanting to expose Sol as a pervert. Here goes:
Some people feel guilty if they are sexually aroused when playing with children, roughing it with dogs, being attracted to their parents, sitting in moving vehicles, having sadistic fantasies, looking at pornography. If you can accept the arousal experience without guilt, no harm is done. And why not enjoy some of it? The only real problem occurs if you can get excited only by thoughts or acts you or your partner find unacceptable and exploitative. (source)
I had to reread this several times. Was Sol saying that if you are aroused by completely inappropriate things that it’s okay? As long as you feel guilty there is no harm in it. Furthermore, why not just enjoy it? Yes, yes, he is saying that.
It gets even worse.
A 15-year-old boy caught a glimpse of his 13-year-old sister taking a shower. The first thing that came into his mind was to have sex with her. He felt terribly guilty and could not free his mind from the image or the sexual wish. Nobody in his family could understand why he began to avoid his friends, became hostile to his sister and seemed to be getting more and more depressed.
Here, of course, guilt caused the sex fantasy to return over and over again. It became an obsession (involuntary repetition of ideas) and he was preoccupied with it. After a while he might “forget” (repress) the incident and only hostility to the sister would remain. What a pity that this boy didn’t understand that his wish was normal. Had he known it, the thought would have remained with him for a brief time (whether he enjoyed it or not doesn’t matter) and nothing would have happened. (My emphasis added.)
Anybody with even the slightest bit of imagination has, from time to time, murderous, sadistic, incestuous, or rape fantasies. That does not mean they are going to act them out. As a matter of fact, accepting as normal one’s “unacceptable” thoughts is the best way to keep them under voluntary control. (source)
I can’t speak for anyone else, though I’m pretty sure that I am, but I have an imagination yet I don’t fantasize about rape, incest, or any other repulsive acts because they are disgusting and I don’t want to do them nor think about them. I don’t think about these things because I have control over my thoughts. If someone told me that they did have these thoughts and couldn’t control them I wouldn’t say that it’s fine, don’t feel guilty, just enjoy them. I would instead tell them to seek help.
Sol isn’t the only Jew with this attitude of letting your perverted fantasies run wild. In Heather Corinna’s sex education book for college students and teenagers she stated, “They may fantasize about being with someone incredibly inappropriate or dangerous, about being raped or raping someone, about sex with a family member, or about sexually manipulating someone. No matter what your fantasy, it’s not a problem as long as you understand the difference between fantasy and reality.” (source)
Prominent conservative Jew, Dennis Prager, also believes that it is okay to have immoral fantasies. In this interview, he defends the use of animated CSAM (child sexual abuse materials) for pedophiles. His belief is that if the pedophile has access to this material that they won’t act out their urges in real life. I doubt that, but the point is that Prager also subscribes to the belief that you can think and fantasize about whatever you want as long as you’re not acting it out in real life. Prager even said, “You didn’t do evil if you thought evil.” And yes, Prager sees no problem with people creating animated CSAM.
Did you think it couldn’t get any worse? Because it can.
In his book Personal Issues in Human Sexuality, published in 1986, Sol casually states that he’s reviewed CSAM:
Depictions of sadistic acts against women, children, and men also fall into this category (there is a tendency to think that sexual violence is directed against only women and children, but men are also treated violently in some of the material we’ve reviewed). (source)
The only person that should be reviewing CSAM is the poor soul that has to verify that the pervert did indeed possess CSAM so they can put that sicko away.
Sol’s books for elementary school children have uncomfortably detailed drawings of nude babies and children, and considering everything else I know, I’m beginning to think that it isn’t for academic reasons. In the course of my research I ran across 4 different books with these sorts of drawings, all illustrated by Vivien Cohen.
Also, why is a White girl holding hands with a monkey? What kind of weird racist is this Ms. Cohen?
Knowing all that we do about Sol, this special interest of children with learning disabilities that he has seems to point to some ulterior motives. That being the sexualization of everything. And when you sexualize everything, like disabled people, you eventually get Drag Syndrome, a group of “artists” dressing up people with down syndrome in drag. And the slippery slope, which has proven to not be a fallacy, will only go downhill from there. If we let it, that is.
I’d also like to point out that Sol Gordon is not a nobody. He has won awards and has been on popular television shows. The following is from his biography on WebMD:
Out of curiosity, I did a Google search for “popular children’s sex education books” and got a list where I have highlighted all the authors I could positively verify as being Jewish. I’m noticing a pattern…
Something else I’m noticing is the pushing of ideology in children’s sex education books. Whether it’s Heather Has Two Mommies by Jew Lesléa Newman or Jew Cory Silverberg’s normalization of transgenderism (see below). If you don’t want to risk exposing your child to Jewish or other alien values, I suggest you carefully inspect any sex education book you give them. Or just talk to them yourself.
Holocaust fabulists like to paint Nazi book burnings as oppressive and promoting ignorance and all that. At the same time they will think it is perfectly okay for Amazon, or other outlets, to refuse to sell books they disagree with. So, they’re hypocrites. In reality there is nothing wrong with burning or censoring books that the government of a cohesive group of people (something that America currently lacks but Nazi Germany had) deems to be morally reprehensible. The Nazis burned the books of Jews like Magnus Hirschfeld for promoting transgenderism and other perversions that the people were disgusted with, and they were right to do so.