Why do same people who condemn sex education in elementary schools also tend to support anti-choice displays in those same classrooms?
The National Institutes of Health pays for a $434,000 video game in which kids “score” by not kissing boys, money that could have been far better spent on real sex ed.
Can religious groups offer quality sex ed programming?
One parent makes a complaint about a Nashville school’s voluntary sex education class which leads to it being shut down. One detail: the parent just happens to be an a motivational speaker on abstinence.
Abortion is a safe, legal medical procedure, and there is no reason for school health centers not to refer patients to providers if those patients want it.
With little debate and even less reasoning the Senate Finance Committee recently included in its health care legislation 50 million dollars for
teaching abstinence only sex education classes in schools.
In her reader diary, Leah627 writes about the Oregon program STARS, a peer-led abstinence curriculum which teaches middle school students that “Students Today Aren’t Ready for Sex.”