Let’s run through a short list of items a quality sex education lecture for teenagers shouldn’t include:
Having students spit into a cup and then telling the class that drinking that cup is the equivalent of having sex with eight partners.
Arguing that condoms break… so they’re not helpful at all.
Telling ladies that they’re emotional after sex, so they’ll become attached to whomever they have sex with.
Tell students that STIs will make them sterile… without adding that that might happen only if left untreated.
State that medical textbooks say life begins at conception… when they don’t say that at all.
Saying “There’s a new STD that they’re saying is going to be the new AIDS” without elaborating further… so no sex for anyone!
Telling the students that you know two women who have had abortions and they both ended up with a perforated uterus because of the tools used during their procedures… so no abortions for anyone!
Those were among the things Joi Wasill, the founder of Decisions, Choices and Options (a group with “strong Christian, Republican and anti-abortion ties”), and Beth Cox, who is on the board of directors for the group, said to a group of students at Hillsboro High School in Nashville, Tennessee earlier this month.
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