Thursday, May 31, 2007

Here's the difference

....between "comprehensive" and "abstinence based" sex education. Although advocates would tell you that it simply teaches children about contraceptives in addition to the basics about sex, that's not exactly the case. You can end your child's innocence very quickly by exposing them to "compehensive" (= morals free) sex education.

You can also end up leading them into situations that will harm your children's relationship with God--don't forget for a minute that He chose marriage to be one of the pictures He uses to describe His love for us.

If you send your children to the government's schools, you owe it to yourself to make sure they're not exposed to the Planned Parenthood/SIECUS perversion curriculum.


Mercy Now said...

In the previous generation, there were about 5 STDs. Today there are about 38 STDs and some are non-curable. Heck, there are frequent commercials about genital herpes on TV like it's not a big deal. In addition, people who are or were sexually active may never have children. There are more people today w/ STDs and can't have children than in the past and our society keeps continue w/ this no biggie attitude in the name of freedom.

Bike Bubba said...

Bingo--and if you visit PP's "Teenwire" site, you'll be hard pressed to learn about this. That's a great part of what I object to with "comprehensive" sex ed--it portrays promiscuity as normal and the results as manageable.