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Let's Talk About Sex, Responsibly

buxton Wrote: Dec 01, 2012 11:08 PM
what place has the government in dispensing contraceptives? leave it to responsible adults, parents, doctors and Churches to teach what is proper moral behaviour when it comes to starting a family don't leave the fathers out of the debate either as it takes two to reproduce this problems stems from Hollywood movies and TV where sex scenes are common and it all seems to happen without any discussion as they tear their clothes off and then the results never normally bring about any lasting relationships or even a pregnancy. Its no wonder kids think its OK to do it and they don't have to think about the consequences. Lets bring the bible back into sex education and let a heterosexual Christian teach it
rwright Wrote: Dec 01, 2012 11:17 PM
Don't use the Bible--to much sex of all kinds.
FA Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 4:38 PM
Sex is not the problem, ill-advised, harmful, internally destructive, immature, immoral, and self-centered sex is the problem. And while you're at it, sex was God's idea, not mankind's.

Have you heard about the holiday gift some American girls could be getting? Emergency contraception!

During Thanksgiving week the American Academy of Pediatrics announced their recommendation that "morning- after" prescriptions be issued to adolescent girls in advance of need, as a matter of routine.

"There's no good reason" to disagree with the recommendation, the San Francisco Chronicle asserts. But there are actually plenty of them.

Besides being deeply insulting to the dignity of adolescents, this approach exposes the reality that when we talk about sex, we all too often put good health and sense aside. "Women's health" routinely assumes promiscuity, whatever the age, despite...