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Taxpayer-Funded App Teaches Gay Black Teens To ‘Enhance’ Sex

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A government-funded project aimed to study HIV prevention in black LGBTQ+ teens is using the 3T app to provide sex-positive content and enhance sexual experiences.

The app and study were designed to be concealed from parents unless participants chose to share it.

Critics argue that this undermines parental rights and exposes minors to sexual content without consent. (Trending: Top Democrat Loses In Historic Landslide)

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Critics have also raised serious concerns about the use of U.S. taxpayer dollars on the controversial app for teenagers.

The study’s proponents emphasize the need for evidence-based sex education for young LGBTQ+ individuals.

The controversy reflects broader debates about parental rights in education and government funding.

“The 3T intervention approaches HIV prevention through healthy relationships and inclusion of sex-positive content designed to enhance the participants’ sexual experiences,” said the project description on ETR’s website.

The training through the app “emphasizes partner reduction, avoidance of concurrent partners, condom use and HIV/STI test” and also “helps participants to become clearer about what they do/don’t want to do sexually, to communicate their choices, and to learn ways to enhance sexual experience without increasing HIV/STI risk,” according to the contract description.

The app asks users to “pick your pleasure” survey describing sex acts like “group sex” and “mutual masturbation.”

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