Thursday, July 14, 2005

NARAL Hosts "Screw Abstinence Party"

NARAL, already over the deep-end and flailing about in a sea of nonsense, is hosting a "screw abstinence party." Read about it here.

They don't want the Bush administration to continue funding abstinence education, because apparently they prefer American girls to have as much sex as they want and deal with the consequences of STDs and pregancies through creams and abortions.

How do the paid employees of NARAL drag themselves out of bed each day? Their sole purpose is to promote the slaughter of developing humans! And this excites them?

Don't want STDs and pregnancies? Don't have sex. It's guaranteed. But it's silly to spend money to promote such a ridiculous concept I guess! Sheesh.


At 12:18 PM, Blogger Josh said...

You'd have to sped A LOT of money to convince people to not have sex. Good luck with that.

I think their main beef is that abstinence programs don't work, and it ends up being a waste of money.

At 12:25 PM, Blogger Talon said...

Who says Abstinence programs don't work? NARAL? Abstinence programs absolutely work! Kids who are taught about abstinence options are far less likely to have sex, and therefore will NOT get herpes and will NOT get pregnant.

Do 100% of kids who are taught about abstinence options stop having sex? No...quite a few of the frisky little buggers go at it anyway, but education programs that talk about condoms and "safe" sex are far greater failures at slowing the rate of sexual activity among teeny boppers. it's stupid to NOT spend the resources on the one program that aims to prevent kids from engaging in very risky behavior.

At 12:58 PM, Anonymous J. Marcus Xavier said...

It’s a simple and obvious truth that not everyone is going to practice Abstinence, and because of that, Sex Ed is necessary. A lot of people are (and will become) sexually active, and it’s a good thing for those people to at least be educated about how to best protect themselves. But for those people who would try and take the route of Abstinence, Sex Ed programs are only something of a redundancy. What these people need is support because they live in a culture that makes keeping your virginity a very difficult thing. Sex-Ed doesn't provide that, and I'm sure some would even argue that it can be used to undermine Abstinence-friendly ideas.

Let’s not forget the Immortal Words of Wisdom of Jeff Buckley: . . . different strokes for different folks . . .

At 1:11 PM, Blogger Talon said...

There are a lot of dumb, negligent parents who don't teach their kids about how sex relates to the values and behavior they expect of their kids, so if the schools want to offer some form of optional sex ed program then that is fine. But I, as a parent who will teach my kids about the values and behaviors I expect of them, do not want my public shool to demonstrate how to put a condom on a banana.

But if the feds are going to fund anything with tax dollars, it should be a program with a 100% success rate for those who adhere to it.


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