Skip to comments.How sex ed harms girls' health
Posted on 11/19/2007 11:10:26 AM PST by HerzogAEH
This is an excerpt from a column I wrote for WorldNetDaily.com last week. It is about how politically correct sex education is harming girls' health. The full version can be reached through the link above.
As an intern at the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute, Ive been working with our Senior Fellow, Miriam Grossman, M.D., author of the book Unprotected: A Campus Psychiatrist Reveals How Political Correctness in Her Profession Endangers Every Student. Dr. Grossman has garnered media attention because she exposed the fact that health educators often risk students well-being in order to promote a particular ideology -- usually a combination of feminism, androgyny, and anything goes liberalism.
In the upside-down world of politically correct health care, the main priority is to never make moral judgments about a patients behavior, and factual information is suppressed if it threatens political agendas.
Ive been researching sex education and sexual health care for Dr. Grossmans columns and articles. Ive browsed health websites, sex ed manuals, even teen magazines like CosmoGIRL and Seventeen. Although much of the health information is politicized, the advice offered to young girls on sexual decision-making is downright scandalous.
There is no right time to have your first intercourse. This is a choice you make, declares GoAskAlice.com, a popular health Web site. This canard is repeated ad nauseum in sex education programs and magazines geared toward middle and high school students, such as Seventeen (dont let the name fool you most of its readership is under 16).
There is no correct age at which you are supposed to have sex, declares the health Web site coolnurse.com. Everyone has to make a very personal decision about what is right for them.
Really? What if a girl decides sex is right for her at age 12 or 13?
(Excerpt) Read more at wnd.com ...
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Most girls who get pregnant already know about birth control. They just refuse to use it. If the guy refuses to use a condom, what’s the girl going to say? No? If she could do that, they wouldn’t be talking about a condom.
Good job! And welcome to FR!!
You know the destruction of marriage and family has always been a plank regarding genocide.
It’s usually implemented at the same time children are killed or the public’s told there’s overpopulation.
See Lenin, Stalin, Mao, Hitler
Question: I saw the Flickr link in your FR profile. How does what you wrote jive with what you wear? It seems like they are contradictory.
P.C. is not only affecting girls health...it is affecting the health of the entire country!
Are you kidding? I went to see the pics. She’s gorgeous, and covered in all the right places.
After all, she’s not a nun.
#3 and the following paragraphs seem like the may be relevant here...
Indeed! I think there are three main reasons arranged marriages have a high success rate:
1) The couple goes into the marriage without unrealistically high expectations.
2) The families dont select based on lust.
3) In the societies that practice arranged marriage it is very likely that the first sexual partner is the new spouse.
By the time they have worked their way through the Kama Sutra (for example) they are pretty thoroughly imprinted on each other.
Contrast that to the dozens or even scores of partners the typical bride and groom may have here, the sense of bonding is so blurred and degraded that it cant act as a glue to hold them together.
414 posted on 11/14/2007 2:09:49 PM PST by null and void
I feel so sorry for girls now days because they skip the romance.
Modesty is more than being “covered in all the right places.” And it’s not about being dress in a nun’s habit or a Islamic veil. Find the happy medium.
One writer I saw put it like this: "A woman who is communal property is beyond individual interest."
This is the goal of the Sex Positive agenda. End ALL moral judgements over sexual pairings regardless of sex, age, relation, marital status, number, or species of partner(s).
Sex Positive proponents oppose abstinence not because "it doesn't work" but because they see sexual pleasure as a birthright and seek to see everyone sexually active at every age. They see abstinence as "unhealthy" because it is a supression of sexual desires.
I think that it is positive.org that has a campaign called "just say YES" because there are too many stuffy adults already telling kids what they can and cannot do.
The Sex Positive agenda has been defined by Kinsey, Reich, and feminists.
Planned Parenthood makes no money when kids say “No”. They sell birth control, counseling, and abortions.
Definitely Not Guilty.
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