SPRAMS and other Abstinence only Sex Education Programs Don’t Work

Disturbed. Shocked. Angry. I actually busted out the highlighter and underlined stuff. First off, I know from my own research that abstinence only programs do not work. Second, I hate that politicians actually believe that throwing money at these types of programs are the real and sometimes only reason that teens are choosing to not have sex von netflix filmeen. Can I just say that these politicians are not the ones actually making the decision to wait. Sex is a personal choice. Absolutely, there are pressures out there. Teens are constantly bombarded with depictions of sex on TV, movies, ad campaigns, magazines, and the internet. But when it comes down to it, it is a teen saying yes to sex amazon prime in English.

I was disgusted that our tax dollars were going to programs like SPRAMS. “Sexual activity outside the context of marriage is likely to have harmful psychological and physical effects.” Says who? They give no scientifically proven evidence for such a claim. They do not define what the “psychological” effects are. Nor do they tell us what “physical effects” will plague the teens herunterladen. Granted, they may mean that teens are not ready for sex. They may mean that teen will be at risk of being infected with an STD’s, AIDS, or becoming pregnant. “A mutually faithful monogamous relationship in the context of marriage is the expected standard of human sexual activity.” SAYS WHO? Who sets this “expected standard” videos downloaden und konvertieren kostenlos? Schools aren’t supposed to teach values, they just teach facts. Churches and parents teach values. Can anyone say separation of church and state?

This program also does not allow for the promotion or endorsement of condom use. What the hell is wrong with these people? If nothing else, teens that choose to have sex need to know about condoms, how to use them, and what they can protect against google play store free for mobile. Claude Allen, the deputy secretary of Health and Human Services states, “Condoms may be effective in preventing transmission of HIV / AIDS and, in some cases, transmission of gonorrhea in men, but beyond that they do not protect adequately against other sexually transmitted diseases.” I’d sure like to know what degree this guy has before believing anything he says. It also promotes the belief that using a condom is not worthwhile. How many young lives could be saved if not for this ignorant belief? I defiantly have to side with Rebecca Schleifer download the images website. She states that “They’re (SPRAMS program) getting the message out that condoms don’t work.” To me, this is just plain wrong. Condoms can only help, not hurt, a teen who is choosing to protect themselves.

But the thing that bothered me most was how SPRAMS excludes a vast population of students. What of our sexual-abused victims? Their bombarded with statements of “psychological and physical effects” that are caused by sexual activity outside marriage wie kann ich youtube videos auf smartphoneen. How is that helping them? Not only have they now been a victim of sexual abuse, they have to deal with the fact that they are psychologically and physically damaged goods. They have broken the “expected standards of human sexual activity”. They are told they are no longer virgins. This alone may be the small push a victim needs to validate any future behavior sky ticket mac.

And what of our guy population? Society has already rejected and discriminated against them enough. Now, they are being told that they can never have sex because you can’t have sex until your married and they can’t marry?

What about children who had teen moms? Are they supposed to reject their parent(s) because they weren’t married?

I felt sick after reading this article whatsapp messenger gratis downloaden. We really need to stop and think about what were saying to our teens. Parents need to take a stand and really research what message schools are sending to their kids about sex and sexuality. I believe that there are students out there that are sheltered by their parents from obtaining information about sex and that it is wrong. I believe that schools need to walk the fine line to tell students the truth about sex, even if their parents don’t want them to know orf tvthek post download. But, that there needs to be a balance of teaching values of self-respect for ones body and blatantly lying about condoms, “expected standards”, and “harmful psychological and physical effects.”