This story from LifeNews.com, doesn’t surprise me one bit.
Sex ed is actually taught by Planned Parenthood in many school districts. Everyone seems to ignore the obvious conflict of interest in having the nation’s number one abortion provider teaching sex education.
More to the point, the simple fact is that sex ed has been taught and re-taught for decades now and it’s obvious when you look at the stats that it’s not working. Our constant drum beat for more sex ed to solve stds, teen pregnancy, and a whole host of other ills flies in the face of outcomes. After subjecting generations of young people to sex ed, it’s clear that these programs are failures. Sex ed doesn’t do any of the things that its proponents continue to claim that it does.
The one thing that sex ed as accomplished is sexualizing generations of young people and turning their notions of personal sexual morality upside down. As propaganda for a world view, sex ed has been a stunning success. As an method of preventing unplanned pregnancies, stds, and ruined lives, it’s a big flop.
Life News published a story today in which a former abortion clinic owner who says that sex education is not only not a solution for the problem of teen pregnancy, it is actually part of the problem.
Everett, who left the abortion industry after a Christian business counselor she hired lead her to Christ, also talked about how damaging government-funded sex education programs are. In her speech at the Rose Dinner, she took aim at the programs for stealing away the innate modesty of children and creating a rift between children and their parents. She says that the programs aim to teach children that talking to their parents about sex is uncomfortable and then they offer to be the people the children turn to for support. She says that girls are then provided with low dose birth control, which is ineffective if not taken at the same time each and every day, which is close to impossible for any teenager. When the girls get pregnant, they then turn to abortion clinics, she says.